I was never a strong believer of the yoga practice up until I met Dhana. After taking a session with her instruction I was hooked. I find her teaching style to be very straight forward, her hands on technique is unique to each student. The highlight for each class is when she corrects your posture, reminding you to always focus on your entire being. Dhana gives great instruction and makes each class interesting through use of props, techniques, breathing, and even partner routines. I highly recommend anyone to experience a session with Dhana! You too will be hooked.
— Brent Yager
Dhana has been a tremendous help in my practice. When I think I have plateaued or hit the wall she always seems to push me forward and keep me inspired. Thank you so much!
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A gentle approach to goal setting. For many people, life is hectic and mornings seem harried no matter how early we get up. Setting an intention is a one of the tools in your Vibrant Life toolbox. In … Continue reading
Downunder Japan, published by Fineline Press, NZ , is now available for purchase. It’s a collection of stories about Japan, in which two of my stories , The Invitation and Taima are included. www.finelinepress.co.nz
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My new four week session at Room for Yoga, begins Monday May 2nd and runs until Monday May 30th , with no class on Monday May 16th as that is Victoria Day. Here are some pictures of the kinds of … Continue reading