A FREE workshop for first time breathers
Breathing is hard. This FREE class covers the basics of conscious breathing, the anatomy of a breath, introduction to pranayama practices, and guided breath meditation.
Learn accessible tools and techniques to connect your mind, body and breath in ways that cultivate creativity within your day to day.
Dive deeper into your inner life and explore your relationship to the world around you through practices of slow exploratory movement, Katonah Yoga® based classes, curated breath practices, and creative play.
This is a practice in living within the present reality, which means accepting our bodies as they are and allowing ourselves the support we need to grow.
What is asked of you? The willingness to show up, to be respectful in communication with yourself and others, and to engage your senses.
Let's Work Together
Nothing compares to personal touch. Working privately and in person gives opportunity for deeper understanding and integration. Hands on adjustments guide you to places you did not know you could go.
If you are not ready to practice in person, or find yourself too far away to schedule an in person session – 1:1 Virtual Sessions are the next best thing. You will receive the same level of listening and support delivered to wherever you are.
Are you a movement teacher looking for guidance and inspiration? Let’s chat. We can customize a mentorship program to fit your needs.
You can book me for your private event, be it a group retreat, bridal party, group trip or wellness weekend.
Personal Space Movement
On Demand Video Library
Affordable Membership, No Commitment Rental Options & Free Class Offerings
A dynamic and growing collection of videos full of supportive movement and breath centered practices including Adaptable Chair Yoga, Katonah Yoga® inspired classes, Somatic Movement exercises for Trauma and Injury Recovery, Breath Education, Prop Tutorials and plenty of opportunites for exploration and play.
Personal Space is not a goal oriented self help center. There is no agenda other than showing up when you can, getting to know yourself a little better, accepting what you find and discovering new ways of moving through the world.