Yoga

I founded The Yoga School of Milford 12 years ago.  I have taught in Pain Management Clinics, Hospitals, Senior Centers, Schools, Corporations and other studios.  Currently, in addition to teaching at my studio, I have a Yoga program at GM proving grounds and teach Yoga and Ayurveda Enrichment course at a high school.  My students range from athletes to those with physical limitations and come from all walks of life.  I have many long-term students and some of them have been with me for more than 10 years.  I run my classes in sessions of 8 weeks with some room for walk-ins.

Here is what you may experience in my classes:

  • Hands on adjustments.  My class size is intentionally limited to 10 students so I can attend to everyone’s needs individually.
  • Help with your specific physical issue. I specialize in Yoga therapeutics and alignment.  It means that if you walked in with any specific physical issue, I have the experience and training to help you resolve those issues.
  • Continuous learning.  You will be challenged at every level regardless of the class.  No two classes are ever the same as they are based on the needs of the students present.
  • Depth and Meaning. The Yoga philosophy is interwoven into the asana practice for your direct experience and individual discovery.  I am not a big fan of “make-believe” or “mood-making”.  The teachings are real, practical and accessible to everyone. Your Yoga practice serves as your own individual “lab” to experience the depth and wisdom of Yoga.
  • Consciousness based classes.  The ultimate goal of all of Yoga and Ayurveda is the development of consciousness, a concept that is lost in many of the Yoga practices.  I provide the environment for you to experience true “Yoga” – union with your deeper self, your own consciousness.  It is this experience that gravitates you towards healing and health promoting habits.   Not only do you walk away feeling freer, lighter and confident in your body, you feel empowered and inspired to learn more.

I am fortunate to witness endless stories of students benefiting from their Yoga practice.  Some of those benefits are: relief from back pain, joint pain, no more anti-depressants, quick recovery from surgery or injury, better movement, more balance and better focus.  As a bonus, they begin to eat better, sleep better, improve their relationships and make better choices.

My students are individuals committed to personal growth and evolution.  They make their Yoga practice a priority and are seeking more than just physical benefits.  They keep me on my toes and do not let me get away with anything i.e. they are awake, alive and participate fully in their development, growth and expansion.  They inspire me to be a better teacher.  It has been a joy in being a part of their journey towards health and wholeness.