If you look after your body, your body will look after you….

“The yoga pose is not the goal.  Becoming flexible is not the goal.  Standing on your head is not the goal.   The goal is to create space where you were once stuck.  To unveil the layers of protection you’ve built around your heart.  To appreciate your body and become aware of the mind and noise it creates.  To make peace with who you are.  The goal is to love – well.  You come to your yoga mat to feel, rather than to accomplish.  Shift your focus and your heart will grow.”

Rachel Brathen



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Breath-Body-Mind™ practices are a unique fusion of breathwork, movement and meditation drawn from Qigong, Yoga, Meditation and Neuroscience. These practices have been shown to overcome stress, boost energy, improve focus, enhance physical fitness, improve sleep and enhance connection to oneself and to others.

Yin Yoga

Many forms of yoga are dynamic, active “yang” practices which focus on working our muscles. Yin Yoga allows us to work on the deeper tissues of our ligaments, joints, fascia and bones. It is a much slower and more meditative practice giving you space to focus inwards. It is based on the ancient Chinese philosophies and Taoist principles of moving Qi (energy) through our bodies, as in Qigong.

“We don’t sit in meditation to become good meditators.  We sit in meditation so that we’ll become more awake in our lives”

Pema Chodron

CNM Nutritional Therapist