I teach yoga, but no rows of people in spandex, no rows, no spandex. In yoga years I’m old, seen lots, and led a nonprofit that taught yoga. Though I know discomforts of age, I have my open boyishness from when I was first taught. The pandemic changes things. I now teach one-on-one and love it, teach better, and teach you better yoga.

I help you enjoy yoga. I teach you yoga that feels good and that helps you feel good.

Do what you enjoy, and your health will follow. To change your health, change what you enjoy.

We help you move in ways that help you better feel yourself which helps you move better all the time which will increase your comfort and ability.

I offer yoga for you, not a classroom. We use poses that work for you and are good for you. I reshape poses to you. I don’t push you into poses. This is not yoga to watch and try to follow along. I fit the yoga to you.

Together we do yoga that is personal for you. My job is to be a good teacher; I am. And to know my subject; I do. And to know you. I listen to you and ask you to show me how things feel. We use poses that fit your need, get you benefit from what you can do, and help you feel good and capable. We may do a pose on a chair or on the mat. We build. We see your ability, see that you can feel good, and I help you improve how you move and feel.

Are they taking you seriously? I often work with older people. We talk together about what we feel in ourselves. We accept some loss of comfort and some loss of ability. And we want to enjoy more what we have. Work with someone that is serious about your desire to feel good. We work together to reduce your discomfort, increase your comfort, and support your vitality.

My background is hatha poses, breathing, and meditating. It’s a good base. I mostly teach gentle yoga on the mat or using a chair and also teach you with aided yoga and guided stable yoga.


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