If being bombarded by pollen, particles and allergens has you stuck indoors with headaches, wheezing, red eyes and a runny nose (or, if you're just extra stuffy), this may help!
Opt in for this special online course with five important practices to give you immediate and lasting relief, alleviating symptoms and addressing the source of the problem. Just think of all the tissues you'll save!
I am a full-time yoga teacher in the Philadelphia area and the mother of a soon to be one year old boy! I work with people of all abilities, and encourage everyone to find a steady yoga practice that feels nourishing and healing to their body and mind. I began teaching immediately after completing my first 200 Hour Course in 2005, and from there I began years of continued study in Ashtanga Yoga and Tibetan Buddhism. These interests led to extensive travel in India and beyond, but my greatest and most honorable journey was the one to motherhood.
I joyfully became pregnant in 2017, and found yoga to be a continual source of energy as I navigated through all of the changes in my life. Mysore practice was an anchor to keep me grounded and helped me to deal with the anxiety that comes with expecting a child. I believe that the practice of yoga kept my body healthy up until the day I gave birth, I was even able to teach a class a day before my “guess” date! Most importantly, the practice helped to steady my mind when I would start to feel overwhelmed during pregnancy, labor and post-partum. I continually educate myself on pregnancy and birth, and I am inspired to work with women during this most special time in their lives.
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"Your body is designed to heal and revitalize itself. When we participate in providing the body with the best conditions to thrive, vitality is the natural outcome. Nature is full of the remedies that serve us in being our best health advocate."
- Nadia Hopkins