In my view, sharing yogic asana (postural) practices is an invitation to deepen our relationship with ourselves, from the inside. I’m particularly inspired by sharing practices where this relationship is crucial: while managing illness, emotional, physical and mental stress and within the complexity of societal and structural forces that deeply impact our lives
Practices offered are individualized, available on the floor, chair or bed and include:
yoga asana : physical postures to assist in preparing the body for meditation
pranayama : breath & energy practices
meditation : one pointed awareness of the mind
savasana : rest.
Currently I share these practices with hospitalized patients on an inpatient malignant hematology and bone marrow transplant service. Read more about this offering in this article Teaching Yoga in a Hospital Setting in the Accessible Yoga Blog.