I want to start by saying, I hope you are doing okay. We are in particularly trying times as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Now more than ever it is important that we pay extra attention to taking care of our mental and physical health. That is what I love about yoga. It is exercise for the body, mind and soul. Of course as a dietitian-nutritionist I support healthy eating too, but that will only get us so far if we aren’t keeping our stress at bay.
Today I want to share with you a dear friend of mine who also happens to be an amazing yoga instructor and is also offering additional services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Amalia is a 500 Hour Certified yoga teacher. She teaches an alignment-based Vinyasa style, as well as Prenatal Yoga and Restorative Yoga, supported poses designed for deep relaxation and relief from chronic stress. She first came to yoga as a relief from the stress of pursuing a career as a performer, but soon fell in love with the radiant energy and peacefulness she discovered in her practice. Her classes focus on alignment, a sense of humor and tailoring the practice to the individual. She teaches all levels but has a special fondness for beginners. Please also follow her wellness blog for tips on holistic self care and feeling awesome! www.yogabyamalia.com/blog
A few words from Amalia
Online Class Info:
Dearest Students, in an effort to help contain spread the COVID-19 virus, all of my private sessions will now be held online, until further notice. As many are currently experiencing financial distress, I am now offering discounted private online sessions at less than half my usual rate. Custom private sessions will be $40 for an hour long online session and can be shared at no extra cost with your partner, roommate or child! Please feel free to contact me at info@yogabyamalia to set up a customized session.
I am also currently working on putting together free online yoga videos that you can enjoy from home. Keep eye an on my blog, these are coming soon! Please keep up the positive energy and try to be as kind and supportive to others as you can. We are stronger together and this too shall pass. Love and light to all of you!!
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