Drawing on the science behind co-active coaching and yoga, I help clients make positive changes in how they live, work, and feel in body and mind.
COACHING: PERSONAL, CAREER AND COMMUNICATIONS
Studies show that the co-active coaching model can help change the brain to default to a more positive state and encourage growth. With a mindset of curiosity, working in partnership with a coach can help you connect to yourself, discover what you want, and take steps to find richer satisfaction in personal life, relationships, work, and health.
Trained in the fusion of Eastern and Western modalities, my teaching blends a focus on anatomy and physiology with the traditional practice of yoga and mindfulness. Because research shows that yoga and meditation have powerful healing benefits, I work with clients one-on-one and alongside their other healthcare providers to offer an integrated approach to health and well-being.
Drawing on my work with Yoga Medicine with Tiffany Cruikshank, and other teachers, I work with clients therapeutically to help prevent injury and manage symptoms from a variety of conditions, including chemotherapy and radiation treatments, lymphedema, depression and anxiety, high blood pressure, and pain in the joints, back, and muscles.
I also teach a range of mixed-level classes and private sessions to build strength and stamina, increase flexibility and mobility, improve balance, sharpen focus, and feed the spirit. I sometimes suggest yoga as a complement to coaching, as strengthening the mind-body connection can be a powerful path to vibrant health.
Through work with skilled teachers, including Tiffany Cruikshank and Schuyler Grant, I specialize in:
•Yoga for Shoulder Anatomy, Dysfunction, Stability and Mobility
•Yoga for Myofascial Release
•Yoga Application of Chinese Medicine
•Detox & Restorative Yoga
•Yoga for Athletes