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Making YOGA accessible to all ages and ablities.

Yoga is a group of physical, mental, and spiritual practices or disciplines which originated in ancient India and aim to control and still the mind, recognizing a detached witness-consciousness untouched by the mind and mundane suffering. We have a strong focus on laughter yoga which is a modern exercise involving prolonged voluntary laughter. This type of yoga is based on the belief that voluntary laughter provides similar physiological and psychological benefits as spontaneous laughter. It is usually done in groups, with eye contact and much playfulness between participants.


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The Sanskrit word “hatha” translates into English in two ways. The first being yoga as a willful or forceful active path. The second being more about balancing as sun = ha and moon = tha, or the yoga
of balance. if we instead put them together, hatha yoga can be described as a willful and active practice that strives to create harmony and balance in the mind, body, and spirit. This approach to yoga or forceful path includes the practice of breathing techniques and physical postures. My classes incorporate a yoga mat and we do various poses seated, on hands and knees, standing and even on our
Chair Yoga offers all the same benefits of a regular Hatha Yoga class because it encourages proper breathing and posture alignment using the chair as a prop similar to a yoga block or Strap to support proper movement of the body for optimum health, flexibility and inclusion. My classes incorporate
seated postures some standing behind and in front of the chair with adjustments for beginners and those that feel less flexible. I can also accommodate differently abled individuals. I have had people using walkers, those in wheelchairs and even blind participants who have all been able to participate and enjoy the class. I have run classes both virtually and in person.
Laughter yoga is a modern yoga practice where we practice breathing and foster childlike playfulness as we complete Laughter yoga exercises to encourage prolonged voluntary laughter. It is widely believed that voluntary laughter provides similar physiological and psychological benefits
as spontaneous laughter. Typically we do this in in groups, with eye contact and much playfulness between participants. I have run classes both virtually and in person.
When we practice meditation where we incorporating various techniques, such as mindfulness, or more specifically centering our attention on the mind , on a particular object, thought, or an
activity.We are also building self-awareness to help us achieve a mentally clear and emotionally calm and stable state. I have run meditation classes both virtually and in person.
Kundalini yoga is different from traditional Hatha Yoga. A Kundalini Yoga practice incorporates breathing exercises, chanting, singing, and repetitive poses within various Kriya’s ( exercise series ). Kundalini Yoga’s main purpose is to activate the Kundalini energy. This is a spiritual energy that is wrapped 2 ½ times around the base of your spine. The practice helps us move
this wonderful energy up into the higher chakra’s to gain enlightenment. I have run Kundalini classes both virtually and in person.
Pilates is a type of exercise that involves both mind and body. It was developed in the early 20th century by German physical trainer Joseph Pilates and consequently named after him. Originally the practice of Pilates was first known as " Contrology ". In Pilates we use breath, focus and control of multiple muscle groups to build strength ,stability, flexibility to improve posture, overall fitness levels and body stability. I have taken many Pilates classes over the years and I am currently working towards a formal certification in Pilates. The plan is to be fully certified and offer it later in the fall as an option. I am currently running Yoga Fusion Classes that incorporate Pilates exercises with Yoga if you want to get a taste of both of these wonderful practices together.

My Yoga fusion classes blend yoga poses with the practice of Pilates. Pairing yoga with Pilates lets us
burn more calories than yoga alone, while still getting the benefits of the ancient practice of Yoga. Being
an avid student of both Yoga and Pilates I enjoy offering the traditional exercises along with options to
accommodate beginners, and those who feel less flexible beginning a new exercise practice. To date I
have run this particular class in person however virtually is also possible.
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Kathleen works with a wide range of students from beginners to intermediate, with a personal mission of making yoga and its many health benefits accessible to all. Yoga is not about skill rather gifting the self with presence.
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