I first began my practice of yoga in 1991 and felt at home. It’s a way of remembering what it feels like to be balanced and seated in life. My exploration of this deeply rooted tradition has evolved through teacher’s certification with Nitya Sadhana Kutir in Kerala, India as well as on going training at the Himalayan Institute in Pennsylvania. With two decades of teaching experience I continue to look forward to sharing the practice.
My classes offer centring and breathing exercises followed by a flow that combines breath and movement and slow stretches that build strength and flexibility in body and mind. Classes close with a guided relaxation to absorb the benefits of the postures and experience deep rest.
Balanced between form, technique and mindful practice, my Tuesday evenings with Tania’s yoga class open my mind and reinvigorate my body.