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“I haven't been consistent with my yoga practice in a while because of work travels. This workshop came at a perfect time during the pandemic because work required more time being on my computer and phone and stuck at my desk. Being a certified yoga teacher, the 6 weeks series reminded me how much I miss having a consistent practice like I did during my 200 hrs of TT. So it has helped with being more discipline with self-care and mindfulness by scheduling more "me time" and to get on the mat often. I always feel better afterwards. Greta also reminded me that we have so many areas of the body that need to move and stretch to become stronger. She was really good with introducing poses that you can do standing on your mat or at the wall and I never thought about that. I have a consistent meditation practice and I love that each session ended with a guided meditation.” - Stephanie H.
“Greta is pretty open and welcoming to all levels no matter flexibility. Greta provided feedback as we went thru the class in order to improve what was being taught. The meal recipes, the bingo simplicity game, and protein cleansing were extras things outside the yoga practice expectations that helped being engaged especially when we are not on our mat. Also, the journaling was very helpful to remember road blocks presented during the class. Greta did a great job making the group feel comfortable and presenting a joyful practice.” - Ricardo C.
“I have never done yoga before and this workshop gave me confidence and feeling much better and some sense of accomplishment for self care. I enjoyed very much the meditation and group discussions and learning other students experiences. As a beginner, I did not feel any intimidation and Greta was great in assessing our moves so she can work with each of us. Greta is good in helping beginners with the yoga postures to lead and build upon.” - Editha T.