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“Your task is not to seek for love but merely to seek and find all barriers within yourself that you have built against it.” 

- Rumi

Yoga means . . .

to unite, to join, to make one. It is a means for waking up from our spiritual amnesia so that we can remember who we are. Yoga is the process of fully inhabiting ourselves and our lives in radically engaging ways.  Yoga is the joining of our being – mind, body, and spirit. The path of Yoga is a set of practices that open us to the possibility for deepening and broadening our connection within and beyond. 

Dawn is now offering virtual yoga classes!

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Restorative Yoga

Restorative yoga is a gentle practice that will lead you deep into relaxation; cultivating a space within that allows stress & tension to melt away; allowing yourself to be rather than do. Inviting your body to release tension, tightness, & stress will encourage healing to happen. This practice helps to activate & balance the parasympathetic nervous system which helps reduce fatigue, anxiety & stress, lowers blood pressure & heart rate, loosens up joints, & promotes overall well-being. All restorative poses are done seated or lying down, with the support of props. Restorative yoga is great for all people, especially those looking for rest, relaxation, nourishment, and self-care. 


Dawn is Offering Virtual Restorative Yoga Classes


Monthly via Zoom. These two-hour classes called Sunday Savasana offer the opportunity to relax and be renewed. 

Yin Yoga

Yin is an introspective practice that offers a chance to turn inward and nurture the calm, quiet center that is innate in all of us. It is a practice in stillness, patience, and non-reactivity that has three guiding principles. Find an appropriate edge: look for an appropriate amount of intensity, a balance between sensation and space, facilitates relaxing into the body, discover and explore each subtle layer within on the way to a place of rest. Be still: consciously try to release and relax without fidgeting, rest in being. Hold for time: poses are held between one and five minutes so as to create space, steady breath, and facilitate release. 





Dawn is Offering Virtual

Yoga Classes



Interested in a One -on- One Session?

Slow down.


Breathe deeply.

Create space.

Give yourself a little break!

Restorative Playshops
Yoga Calendar

My Yoga Schedule 

Take a look at my updated class offerings below.  All classes are currently being offered over Zoom.

Interested in joining?  Email me for the link to the virtual class.

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