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Yoga with Mia

For Mia the gift of Yoga is joy, health, love, passion, strength, clarity, and a connection to the divine within us. It is a path that continuously reminds us of our wholeness and our most natural state of being in harmony. Yoga is union with all that life is for us, be it challenging, joyful, painful, deep, and honest. In teaching, it is her aim to guide others into deep listening, and to nurture the innate wisdom of the body.

Trained in the Iyengar, Ashtanga and Shadow Yoga lineage Mia blends precise alignment with a playful Vinyasa practice. Her classes are centered around the breath, with a slow and steady pace to build warmth and Prana from the inside out. Cultivating both inner and outer strength with mental focus and breathing, her intention for each class is to safely bring forth a state of balance, union, and wellbeing. Her classes are suitable for all levels with variations always given for different levels of experience and for practicing with injuries. She also teaches Restorative and Yin Yoga that is deeply relaxing, calming to the nervous system and is an absolute treat.

In being a teacher it is invaluable to remain a student. Mia draws her knowledge and inspiration from many great teachers including Scott Blossom, Chandra Easton, Dominique Pandolfi, Nicki Doane, and Eddie Modestini.

Mia is a Nutritional Therapist and holds a Bachelors of Science in Nutrition from Bastyr University in Seattle, WA. With a scientific background combined with alternative therapeutic practice she blends the use of whole foods medicine with realistic approaches to diet and lifestyle. Using the therapeutic concepts of Ayurveda, Traditional Chinese medicine, and super-foods based diets, a variety of food wisdom is used to create individual dietary plans. Mia will be sharing classes with Brad and is available for Nutritional consultations while at Talalla.

To Learn more visit her website at http://www.wellnesswithmia.com.


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