Yin Yoga Yang Flows with Amelia
Amelia teaches a blend of Integrative Yoga incorporating also Yin Yoga, basic Qigong, 8 spinal movements & breathing exercise into her practice. Her teaching style exemplifies yoga as a moving meditation and she adopted the practice in the freedom of joints, lightness of body & keeping the spine young and alive, a methodology acquired from her teacher and mentor Shilpa Ghatalia. Also an essential oil lover, she adds her own unique touch at the end of each class during the final relaxation pose of shavasana.
She believes in the importance of connecting with the body, mind & soul and is passionate to share with you the joy and healing aspects of yoga by offering community classes so that everyone can be part of this inspiring community as well as learning and sharing with students at every class. She hopes that everyone step off the mat feeling refreshed, grounded & balanced.
Just breathe and have fun
(Suitable for all levels. Donation Based Class – no minimum, all love!)
More on Amelia (IG: @yogabyame)
Amelia started her yoga journey in 2014, establishing a regular practice in Ashtanga and Hatha that helped her find a sense of balance from a stressful legal career and challenges in life. Her practice and study of yoga have since evolved through the years, from what was once a purely physical practice to one that has embraced meditation and mindfulness. Falling in love with yoga and with consistent practice she felt a desire to delve more deeply into the study of yoga through teacher training. She is now a certified RYT 200-hour Yoga Alliance (USA) from Yogshakti and is passionate to bring in something different and genuine from her heart into her yoga practice. She cannot help but notice there are so many yoga styles out there that purely focuses on the physical aspect of the body and not on the inside. She aims to help others reconnect to their body’s center of gravity, cultivating presence and awareness thru compassion-centered philosophy and practice inspired by qi gong which eventually allows others to return “home” to themselves.