private sessions available by appointment
Ryan has a unique teaching style that embraces strength and grace. Beginning with a desire to connect to purpose and finding a pathway to the breath, he will guide you on a journey inward. His nonconforming style moves away from the rigidity of form toward the flowing nature of the subtle energy bodies.
Learning to tune into your inherent wisdom and becoming aware of your essence will open the door to the depths of your being. We continue to search for things outside of ourSelves when all of the answers are within.
is Sanskrit for a wide range of self-transformative disciplines
originating in India some 5,000 years ago. The word Yoga is derived
from the Sanskrit root 'yuj', "to yoke" (to the spirit) meaning
"union of the Individual Soul (Atman) with the Universal Soul (Brahman)".
Yoga embraces a wide range of disciplines whose ultimate goal is
the joining of body, mind and spirit, a conscious unification into
the Western world, the most popular form is Hatha Yoga, (Sanskrit
for "Union of Force"), a form of Yoga that stresses mastery of the
physical body as a gateway to attaining spiritual perfection. When
incorporated into our daily lives, even in small doses, yoga offers
us multiple benefits. In our task-filled, busy days, yoga provides
us a respite to energize our bodies and calm our minds. In fact,
most people begin to see and feel improvements in their flexibility,
strength and stress levels after only a few classes.
we move forward in our lives, we need extra discipline to stay open
and healthy. Yoga can be that vehicle. You will thank yourself.