Amy Lee McMahon found her passion of yoga and meditation at the age of 14. Exploring this unknown path she became aware of her breath, posture and outlook on life. Over 10 years of practicing yoga she healed her Scoliosis along with healing negative thoughts and emotions. Inspired by the positive light yoga creates, she decided to share her inspiration and become a 200 RYT from Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in 2015. She is grateful for how Yoga has the power to transform all aspects of life as well as create a bonding community among people. Amy has a passion for painting, writing poetry, and studying Buddhism. Spiritually connected to each passing moment of the day, Amy always remembers to stop and smell the flowers, smile at the sun, and warmly greet creatures of all kinds. Amy has a genuine passion for nature, animals, and nutrition. She plans on continuing her education in Ayurveda and continue to train for her 300hr yoga teacher certification.
“If we could see the miracle of a single flower clearly, our whole life would change”- Buddha
Amy McMahon instructs the following:
This class moves slowly and gently through yoga poses; combining a mild flow with restorative poses and yin (stretching) poses, and sometimes incorporating chair and wall yoga depending on the needs of the group. Meditation (inward reflection) and pranayama (breath work) are also a part of this class to assist in the journey of finding stillness and awareness of the moment. This class invites you into a peaceful environment to Rejuvenate your body, mind and spirit, and find deep inner peace.
*This class is suitable for students of all levels; including those who are working with injuries or physical restrictions.