Yoga Teaching Philosophy
When I first started Yoga, I attended many different Yoga schools within different traditions. Many of these classes put a huge focus on the physical body, leaving out the importance of all the other aspects of our being. Other traditions were much more focused on meditation and breath work, leaving the physical body to last. My approach is to integrate the two so as to bring harmony throughout the entire system.
In my Yoga classes, I cover body movements and postures (asanas), breath work (pranayama), meditation, deep relaxation, intention, music and chanting, and use the modal of the Koshas to guarantee that each class meets the needs of the student holistically.
I also like to encourage students to integrate their practice into their daily life, so that they can reap as much benefit as possible from their practice.