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As a yoga teacher, I believe in connecting what we experience on the mat in our practice to our life off the mat. I believe in adapting the practice to the student- and not the other way around. I believe in the human capacity to make change through awareness first- to begin the healing process and live with greater ease, more peace, and abundance.
As a Stress Management Specialist, yoga is the answer- and it’s not about the poses. Learn breathing techniques that work like magic and the practice of meditation to calm the mind for clarity and greater focus, and relaxation techniques when you can’t sleep. Imagery is another powerful technique that can be used to replace worry, which can become anxiety, which can keep us from healing or cause dis-ease.
Private sessions are available face-to-face (social distance observed) in my A Road Studio, your location, Zoom or Face Time. For more info- phone calls are always free!
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Stress Management Specialist: Cardio-Oncology Rehab Program at Novant Health, Dr. Dean Ornish Heart Disease Reversal Program at New Hanover Regional Medical Center (Novant Health) Intensive Cardiac Rehabilitation, and Lifestyle Reset. Most recently, co-founder of Calm Institute, LLC (workplace wellness workshops, education, and coaching.
Yoga Teacher: e-RYT 500 Teaching: Port City Power Yoga
Training: Seaside Yoga (RYT-200 hours), Yoga Life Institute (RYT-300 hours), Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy, and Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction at Duke Integrative Medicine.
Masters in Instructional Leadership: Colorado State University, M.Ed.
Teacher/Lecturer: University of North Carolina Wilmington, 2004-2017.
Lover of Outdoor Recreation: swim, cycle, paddle board, paddle surf, hike…
Inspiration: Family- husband, kids and grand-kids, nature, real food, connection to people, sunsets, sunrises, full moons, new moons, finding the perfect piece of sea glass, paying attention purposefully, living energetically.