Helping you change your Mind about your Body (C) What does this mean for you? Yoga helps you become in tune with your body, recognizing strengths, limitations and illness. It helps nurture respect for your body.
Discover your body's physical subtleties and how your breath aids in calming, pain control, meditation and enhanced movement. Learn how to keep it all in alignment with a solid practice & a focused mind. Here, you won't be rewarded with a beer at the end but you will experience a natural high with savasana!
About the Private Studio: Explore *Pranayama (breathing), *balance asanas and a flow of *seated and *standing postures with variations of *forward bends and *twists, ending with *Savasana (guided resting asana) in a pure unadulterated Yoga format, Iyengar influenced. Smaller class size lends itself to a more exclusive personal experience where you learn technique, discipline and connection that doesn’t leave you lost in the crowd that is simply led. Pre-Registration is required.
If you would like to learn and practice Meditation only, enroll in one of the very informative seasonal meditation classes offered. (list generated)
About The Instructor: Jamie Martin Wilson is a Senior Level Certified Yoga Teacher with 31 years of practice and 26 Years of yoga teaching experience as well as meditation, reiki, and yoga nidra. She was one of the very first yoga teachers in Harford County and has worked a diverse network of freelance positions before opening her studio to provide group and private classes.
After working several decades as a pathology lab manager & researcher, Jamie incorporates her background of Anatomy to the class. Her knowledge of alignment principals helps guide students safely, allowing them maximum benefit from the practice. She is devoted to compassionately working with individuals with varying capabilities and expectations, beginner or intermediate.
Jamie's work integrates yoga and mindfulness; her teaching style offers clear progressive instruction, with an emphasis on body awareness, leading to personal transformation. As someone who has suffered through breast cancer and several physical interruptions, she has experience in recovering from real life traumas. Live, pause, regroup, resume!