But I also know from experience that a steady yoga practice has nourished my physical and mental well-being at each season of life.
Modern science is catching up with what ancients have known for millennia about the mind and body benefits of yoga. Combining asanas (postures), breath control (pranayama), and meditation or relaxation (samyama) can promote and improve many aspects of physical and mental health across the life course.
Especially as we transition from one season of life to the next.
Many studies demonstrate the benefits of yoga for building strength, flexibility, and balance, as well as managing stress and enhancing vitality.
If you practice yoga, you will already have experienced some of its benefits. If you have never practiced yoga, there are many reasons to try this practice:
- Build strength
- Improve flexibility
- Improve balance and stability
- Improve cardiometabolic health
- Relieve pain
- Lower blood pressure
- Enhance memory
Let me help you develop a nourishing, consistent practice that you can count on to cultivate calm and build resilience—whichever season you're in.
It's not about the pose. It's about the practice.
Nourish your body and mind through consistent, supported practice.
A yoga practitioner for many years in Snoqualmie Valley and Eastside studios, I completed RYT200 teacher training at Hot Yoga Experience. Read more.
Yoga really is, and can be, for everyone. But every person has different needs from yoga and every body is anatomically unique. Read more.
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What people are saying
Yoga practice with Alex always leaves me feeling inspired & energized! Her tone, cadence and delivery flow with incredible energy from the start all the way through to Savasana. The music she uses is thoughtfully created to match the energy of the class she is teaching. Alex is a delightful person to share space with. – Lisa