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...offers tools for body, breath, and mind in Yoga and Chi Kung (QiGong).  

She is a Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider, 500/ERYT, was certified by Iyengar, and studied Ayurveda.  In 1997 she expanded her studies to include 18 Buddha Hands Qigong, and Hua Shan Taoist Chi Kung under Larry Johnson, OMD, L.Ac.  In 2009 she extended her understanding of Chinese medicine with Hao Liu, OMD, L.Ac. She is a pioneer in teaching the same concept from both an Indian Yoga and a Taoist perspective. Understanding the universal principles in Shiva, Inherent in both systems; provides a blueprint for correct action and internal development. She teaches privately, in groups, in retreats and workshops, locally and internationally.

All offerings are a co-creative process, we are all ever expanding.  The outcome for each individual has infinite possibilities.  

"The moment you change your perception, is the moment you rewrite the chemistry in your body."  B. Lipton


"You are perceptual beings with different vantage points and -- it does not matter how much information is given -- you cannot see beyond the vibrational limits of where you are standing.  You can not live or see or experience outside of your own individual beliefs."  Abraham     


You can clear the lens of your perception by questioning your beliefs.  

Yoga and QiGong have many styles and forms that teach connecting or returning to source, using body, breath, and mind regulations. Yoga source is called prana. QiGong source is called chi. Source is "ecstasy, our primordial state." D. Chopra "Something wonderful inside of you which you can open to." Ruiz "There is nothing more important than feeling good -- the connection to vibrational source." Abraham  "The only thing that can keep me from being aware of 'infinite source', is my mind." A. Moorjani    

"The effects of each course becomes more profound as they accumulate through regular training." L. Johnson  "Training balances the energies of ha and tha, the sun and moon, feminine and masculine, active and passive, yin and yang through 

regulation of body, breath, and mind.  Training cultivates strength, endurance, flexibility and relaxation. Training is meditation in action." O. Hanfling  Wonderful experiences may evolve during training, the real value being in what happens after.

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