Her general approach is individualistic and specific for the kinds of tissues that need support. The anatomy of the body may need more yin or more yang attention, depending on one’s individual constitutional makeup or circumstances. Sessions can be uniquely formalized to best meet these requirements. They are interactive and cooperative. Done in a very pleasant setting with an abundance of props and oversized mats.
For example, yoga instruction can be taught in conjunction with neuro-muscular movement patterns, along with shiatsu or trigger point therapy, to an individual who wants to address things like, increased body awareness, easeful movement, chronic pain; and/or enhance a personal practice at home or within a regular group class. Students may benefit by learning how to avoid injuries and move past habitual patterns, all while gaining a new level that they may not have thought possible.