I am grateful for the ancient practice of yoga for pulling me through a time of isolation and suffering. During my first class at Asheville Community Yoga, I experienced a taste of reconnection with my body and spirit, and I felt the warmth of genuine community. Shortly after my first visit, l shattered my dominant wrist in a car accident. I was devastated, and I turned to yoga as a tool to cope with the pain, vulnerability and anger around the trauma. As I returned to practice at the studio, I signed up to volunteer at the pre-loved clothing store, and shortly after felt a calling to take the 250-hour yoga teacher training.
Yoga, along with other forms of healing arts, ultimately led me to a deeper understanding of my self, my truth and my place on this planet. I believe a devoted yoga and meditation practice can lead to profound healing of the mind-body, self-regulation through conscious breath and awareness, and a deep connection to and synchronicity with the Divine. I am thrilled and honored to be a part of a uniquely compassionate community, and to learn and share all the wisdom yoga has to offer.
Vinyasa Flow (L1&2)
Sundays from 2:30 to 3:30 pm
In this vinyasa style class we will start by slowly sinking in to breath and body, exploring ourselves in this human form with zero judgment and within a safe environment. With breath, we will move our bodies through a playful series of different shapes, building heat and energy before cooling down for savasana. One could expect music and silence, movement and stillness, pranayama (breathwork), chanting and an opportunity to collectively OM.