is designed, over time, to give each student skills to regularly find relief from the ‘busy-ness’ and draining effects of modern living. Now located in Clarinbridge, Kelly Marie is delighted to bring her work to new students of all ages.
Yoga with Kelly Marie works through the systems of Hatha Yoga, Raja Yoga and Ayurveda.
Behind her voice and personal experience is a traditional science that will support anyone seeking the gifts of alternative medicine, for whatever reason.
A Yoga class with Kelly Marie is never like the class you may have come to before…
Kelly Marie’s classes are a mix of everything Yoga. But within each class Marie works to always ensure there is some:
Foundational skills, gems, quotes and thoughts of Yoga,
Breathing work that allows us all to enter a quiet state of the body and mind. Breathing work can lead us into a moment of real surprise when we are struck at how little we do breathe correctly.
Yoga with Kelly Marie teaches all classes how to breathe for best benefit on the nervous system. Breathing correctly will also bring balance to the mind, emotions and decision making power.
Should the class be in a long term commitment with Marie, they delve deeper to work with disease processes accordingly through breath, body and mind.
You can always expect Asana, or posture work…
modifications for all levels and progression from the few sessions before, so each time there is something to investigate in each pose, whether the pose is new to you or old. Kelly Marie believes slowing the Yoga practice down is really where we gain time, gather information and develop the body in flexibility and strength, so that our mind is free to focus.
Awareness, mindfulness, concentration, sensory quieting and sensory focus…
All of these skills, bring us to discover who, what, where, why and how, at this moment, our mind, our thoughts, our feelings and our breath are behaving.
Meditation which can be fleeting and yet in a flash change to be an endless moment of silence, space and connection.
NOTE: Kelly Marie Mills, her website and blog are strictly for information and education. They are not, in any way, advocating for self-exploration of any physical practice without speaking to your doctor about your suitability.