Flowing Into Ease (All Levels)

Practice poses with steadiness and ease. Stira is the steadiness, focus, concentration and an attentive mind. Sukha is happiness, comfort and ease. We move and flow into mindfulness based vinyasa and mix it up with gentle releases and restorative postures to learn the true meaning of balance and ease and embodiment on the mat. A Dharmic teaching is presented and embodied in each practice.

You can learn more about yoga and how it can help your health over at:

Yoga Mandali

Tuesday: 9:30AM – 11:00AM
Friday: 9:30AM – 11:00AM

Yoga Mandali
454 Broadway
Saratoga Springs, New York

Upcoming Workshops and Events

The RenfrewCenter Foundation’s Annual Conference in Philadelphia

November 8 – 10, 2019

I’m honored to be chosen as a speaker at The RenfrewCenter Foundation’s Annual Conference in Philadelphia, from November 8 – 10, 2019.  This year’s theme is “Discerning Truth,” and it will feature the latest in research in the field of #eatingdisorders, incredible speakers, up to 18 CEs/CMEs and so much more.

I’ll be speaking about Self-Compassion, Mindfulness, and Somatic Interventions in Eating Disorder Recovery. Want to join me? Visit www.renfrewconference.com to learn more! #RenfrewCenter #RenfrewConference2019

In-Person BFYB Program – September 18th-November 6th

Next In-Person BFYB Program will take place :
September 18th-November 6th 4-6 pm

Befriending Your Body: Meeting Your Body as Your Teacher

January 3–5, 2020 - Friday-Sunday: 2 nights


Tuition $240.00 per person + room and meals.

For women; no yoga experience necessary.

Your body, your greatest teacher, is full of wisdom. Many spiritual traditions respect the body as the foundation of awareness and connection to self and others. In this program, join together with other women to explore the lost—but not forgotten—relationship with your body.

Through self-reflection, meditation, and self-compassion practices, you

  • Cultivate connection, empowerment, and a return to your truest Self
  • Understand mind-body duality and its influence on self and body image
  • Engage in gentle movement
  • Learn skills that quiet the inner critic, so you can develop a new relationship with your body
  • Discover your inner strength and create authentic connection with others.

By understanding the history of the mind-body divide, and the cultural influences that have left us all in states of disconnection, you can learn to befriend your body once more.

Note This workshop is open to all women, whether or not you have a history with disordered eating.