My beloved child, break your heart no longer. Each time you judge yourself, you break your own heart.
You stop feeding on the love, which is the wellspring of your vitality. The time has come. Your time. To live. To celebrate, and to see the goodness that you are…
Do not fight the dark. Just turn on the light. Let go, and breathe into the goodness that you are.
~ Swami Kripalu
PEACEFUL MIND. HEALTHY BODY. NOURISHED SPIRIT.
In your home or office.
PRIVATE/GROUP YOGA ~ MEDITATION
Are you new to Yoga or Meditation or perhaps you have experience and just don't want to go to a studio?
A private session allows you to work one-on-one with Robyn to create a practice that works for your body and your level of experience at your own pace.
Depending on your level of experience and personal needs, your 60-Minute Private Yoga Class may include:
A Mini-Meditation & Centering
Pranayama - breathing techniques
A Balance Posture
Savasana ~ Relaxation pose
Mindfulness Yoga utilizes the teachings of Kripalu yoga which is a compassionate approach with emphasis on meditation, physical healing and spiritual transformation that overflows into daily life. Robyn is an advanced level yoga and meditation teacher.
What does that mean? Well, in addition to over 700 hours of training and over 1500 hours of teaching, it means Robyn is here to support you as you find your yoga path. Robyn completed her initial training with Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Stockbridge, MA and her advanced level training at Shakti Initiation in Bali, Indonesia. She is registered with the Yoga Alliance. In addition, she is a certified Divine Sleep®Yoga Nidra guide.
Robyn's compassionate teaching style encourages and honors the discovery of each person's uniqueness as she guides students into experiences of self-awareness, acceptance and ultimate healing. Her intention is to create a nurturing and safe environment while providing quality yoga classes that will facilitate the unfolding of the body, mind and heart.
Kripalu Yoga uses classic asanas (though not a particular set or routine), pranayama (breath work), development of a quiet mind, and the practice of relaxation. What defines Kripalu Yoga is its emphasis: following the flow of prana (life-force energy), practicing compassionate self-acceptance, developing witness consciousness (observing the activity of the mind without judgment), and taking what is learned “off the mat” and into daily life.