We live in an overstimulated society. Perhaps you struggle with finding balance? Here are some ways to gently rest and restore.
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Gentle restorative to calm the nervous system, yin to squeeze out stress, nidra to rest deeply, and dru to swirl around with your energy.
Hatha yoga with various expressive arts to promote embodied mindfulness. Kind of like kindergarten for grown-ups.
We live in an overstimulated society. Here’s your invitation to disconnect from outer distractions and reconnect with your inner wisdom.
As a trauma-sensitive teacher, Monique creates a safe and welcoming space for everyone during retreats and yoga classes. Time spent with her is a true gift of body-positive and life-affirming practice.
Monique has a tremendous ability to make you feel safe in her presence. She is truly skilled in her capacity to hold space, ensuring that you feel heard and seen without judgement. We are so fortunate to have Monique offering her wisdom, compassion and heart to others.
It felt like a safe space where I could settle in, and where I knew that I could modify the activities as needed to take care of myself.
I am a typical wanderer; destinations are great but my heart is in the journey. I have studied psychology, sociology, end of life philosophy, and feminist theology at graduate school and in lived experience. An HIV diagnosis in the spring ofRead more
recent musings from the blog
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- this is how I understand yoga therapyPersonal philosophy I believe we live in an unpredictable world and in an attempt to maintain a sense of control we engage in a variety of responses. Some responses are adaptive, such as building community; and some are maladaptive, such as seeing the ‘other’ as an enemy. I agree with the Buddhist concept of existence having the three markers of impermanence, suffering, […]
- a novel approach to therapyLet’s talk about therapy. How does that make you feel? Sometimes therapy itself can be absolutely crazy-making and not at all therapeutic. Have you ever wanted to better understand your suffering? Not necessarily poke at some pain or re-live anything but rather explore who you are now and how you survived. Far too often the tendency of therapy is to focus inwards rather […]