Yoga With Patience

Yoga With Patience

5.0 (3)
1 employee
9 years in business

About this pro

I offer integrative personal yoga lessons to help you safely feel, listen to, and move your body in the ways you want to.  When your lesson is over, you feel the way you want to feel. 

I offer yoga in person and online. 

I enjoy witnessing my clients increased self-awareness,  confidence, empowerment, and joy.  In addition, it is a joy to observe the increased flexibility, mobility, strength, and kindness clients feel after their session. 

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Credentials

Chandler, AZ 85286
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3 Reviews

5.0

  • Brian swisher

    She is not only professional but a pleasure to work with. She knows how to cue correctly and the alterations that can be done. She does great both for challenging and gentle classes and has the knowledge to keep those classes safe and entertaining for the students.

  • RICARDO.GONZALEZ

    what I enjoyed the most about Patience is her dedication and love for yoga, she is my first instructor and she definitely a great experience because of her knowledge and patience. I will allways be greatful for her teachings.

  • Anna Williams

    She is so encouraging and very knowledgeable! She wants her students to get the most out of each class! Her classes are a great combination of poses and breathing and flowing... once class is over I always feel like the world makes sense again!



FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

All sessions include a few minutes of finding out about how your body feels and how you would like it to feel.

Then the type of practice is decided such as is there a need for more meditation, relaxation, or movement. Is the movement vigorous or slow?  

From there we get to your personalized yoga practice. 


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I am a Yoga Alliance Registered experienced 200 Level Yoga Teacher, an approved trainer.  I am in the process of finishing my 500hour therapeutic yoga training. I've taught yoga since 2013 and practiced since 2004.

I enjoy and appreciate teaching with an integrative-therapeutic approach to yoga: Alignment, Breathwork,  Interoception, Mindfulness, Meditation, Proprioception, Psoas, and Pelvic Floorwork.

Trained in the Below Yoga Modalities:

Biomechanics, Hatha, Gentle, Nidra, Power, Restorative, and Vinyasa (flow) and Yin.

Additional Specialized Yoga Trainings:

500 Hour Healing Yoga Therapist training (2022)

Embodied and Trauma-Informed Yoga

Grief Movement

Children's Yoga

Trauma-Informed Children's Yoga


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Due to COV19, my lessons are held online zia zoom.  


How did you get started teaching?

In 2004/2005, I found trauma-sensitive yoga while being cognitively treated for Complex PTSD; then, I found a regular integrative therapeutic yoga practice.  The practices helped me overcome my physical ailments, panic attacks, and night terrors and develop better self-awareness, self-regulation and self-responsibility, and self-compassion. It was incredible how much I changed for the better by including yoga (bodywork) into my healing. I knew I would share yoga with others to help them feel and be well.


What types of students have you worked with?

Beginners to advanced yoga students, children, tweens, teens, and adults.  


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Practicing yoga regularly with my own family, as well as exploring the outdoors.


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Keep and an open mind and feel free to try a variety of teachers and styles, you'll enjoy them and learn in the process.  Notice when you are judging and uncomfortable, and try to sit with this and breathe through it.

Yoga is a personal practice, find a teacher that resonates with you. A place and teacher you look forward to seeing and feel comfortable with.

Yoga is fun and can be incredibly healing, as well as change the way you think, feel and perceive yourself and the world. 

Learning tobe' and being true to yourself is of utmost importance in the practice of yoga.  Keep showing up, even on days you might only do 25% of the practice.  I always invite my students to respect and listen to their bodies in every moment - it isn't about what I tell them to do, it is how their body and mind are feeling. Do what you can and honor yourself for where you are at.

Ask questions and don't judge without honest curiosity and conversation - get to know a teacher if you want to, and let them get to know you if you feel safe doing so.


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

How do you want to feel?

What are your fears/concerns? 

What is the one most important thing you would like to learn and/or walk away with?