Part 5/5 of a new yoga course, designed to empower you with yogic practices.
Area of focus for this practice: PERSONAL POWER
Personal power is not dominance; it is not something that we wield over others with a sense of superiority, nor is it a tool for selfish manipulation.
It is a grounded confidence that meets life’s unexpected challenges with an accepting readiness. It is faith in one’s self and our ability to persevere amidst adversity. It is an inner knowing that we can adapt and become conscious of self-limiting patterns, and develop new ways of being that allow us to serve and thrive!
Shot in Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. Created, filmed, and edited by Matthew DeRubertis
Matthew is a Yoga Alliance certified instructor and certified teacher of Mindfulness Meditation. Yoga is his compass for navigating the vicissitudes of life. He has been teaching professionally in studios, gyms, online, and working with private clients since 2015. Matthew's practice is rooted in Hatha yoga, specifically the Kripalu lineage, and cultivates a deep sense of calm and awareness.
I'm here to help you cultivate a yoga practice that works for YOU and your life. A regular yoga practice offers so many incredible benefits from increased energy, less bodily pain, lower stress, and better sleep. It's my aim to help you develop a simple and clear routine of yogic practices that fit into your schedule. We'll work with postures, meditation and breathwork. No prior experience is needed, and you don't need to be flexible to enjoy the fruits of yoga!
It is my aim to help you build a meditation practice that works for you.
At first, meditation can feel intimidating to approach. I'm here to make it simple by giving you a clear path to incorporating meditation into your daily life, and experiencing the numerous benefits.
In a guided meditation session, we will:
You will come away from the session with a practice created specifically for you to help create more harmony in YOUR life.
I look forward to working together!
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