Write Last summer I struggled with a case of Lyme disease that went undiagnosed for over 5 months. Although I’m back to normal, like many people who get very sick, I was forced to reflect deeply on what I wanted to do with my very limited energy. Some mornings my practice consisted of me lying on blankets and breathing. At times I barely had enough strength to move my props. I simply could not do all that I was used to doing, so I looked with-in for answers.
It was at that time that I chose to focus my teachings on Restorative Therapeutic Yoga. Every since I was a little girl I’ve always wanted to be helpful and contribute to creating a world that was just and beautiful and that “felt right”.
Nineteen years ago, when I stepped into my first yoga class, I did not know how my path would unfold.But through a deepening of my practice, I began to connect more and more with my own heart’s path.
There is an energetic connection between our hands and hearts. It is through our hands that we bring in to being the desire of our hearts.here…
In my desire to help those who would benefit from individual attention, I opened my own private practice.
I deepened my study of restorative yoga and delved into the studying the chakra system and energy work.
And still this quest to serve populations outside of the yoga studio has grown. Recently I began working with people undergoing treatment for cancer and took a training in Trauma Informed Yoga.
If you’re reading this, like me you probably believe in yoga’s powerful ability to help people heal. I know that my yoga practice was crucial in my own recovery from Lyme. And the science is backing us up more and more every day!