A Mindful Moment for Your Day
“Ever since happiness heard your name, it has been running through the streets trying to find you.” -Hafiz
Full Offering: A Mindful Moment for Your Day – This class is a simple practice to invite you into your own experience – mind, body and soul. With the incorporation of stillness, breath, and movement, the practitioner accesses a moment of peaceful awareness.
Favorite Quote: “Ever since happiness heard your name, it has been running through the streets trying to find you.” -Hafiz
Practice: Restorative, Yin, Mindfulness, Power Flow and Simple Flow are at the heart of what I guide. I am also trained in Trauma Yoga (which pairs nicely with my mental health counseling practice).
Where: I teach private sessions in either my studio or in clients’ homes. I guide group classes at Lifetime Fitness, Summerlin.
Location: USA | Las Vegas, Nevada (and online sessions anywhere).
Credentials: I am a Mental Health Counselor and specialize in grief, trauma, mindfulness, anxiety and depression. I completed Life Power Yoga Teacher Training 8 years ago and have been teaching ever since. I have additional training in Restorative/Yin Yoga.
Be courageous in pushing limits – even if being brave means choosing the ‘easier path’. There is a time to push and a time to rest; balance is key. -Tiffany Harris
MAGIC MOMENTS. Interview
DESCRIBE, FOR OUR LISTENERS, SOMETHING THAT YOU ARE PROUD OF?
In my experience of teaching yoga, I do not believe that “one size fits all.” When
<cont.> people walk into our shared yoga space, I take pride in my ability to connect with them as individuals, observe their unique bodies, assess needs and establish an atmosphere which fosters intuition and creativity. The student is always the best teacher.
WHAT’S YOUR YOGA ADVICE, FOR OUR LISTENERS?
Approach instructors with specific questions – we are here to help. AND smile! Yoga is fun.
SHARE THREE QUICK TIPS?
1. Recognize that each practice is its own experience. 2. Lean into creativity – make any and all adjustments which feel authentic in your body. 3. Rather than finding a pose, find your body through the pose.