Susan’s passion for yoga began during her first class in 2005. From that day forward she’s practiced almost daily. When she took her first class at On the Mat, a few months later, she knew she’d found her yoga home. A consummate student, she never thought she wanted to teach, at least not until a substitute forgot to arrive, and Susan became the defacto teacher. As she walked to the front of the class, reciting the LuluLemon quotation, “Do something every day that scares you,” she knew she’d found a calling. Her classes combine strength and rigor balanced with ease and surrender. With a focus on using the breath to stay in the present moment, calm the nervous system and create an expansion in the body, students leave her classes energized and calm. Ultimately she teaches that yoga on the mat can transform your life off the mat, to live in a more mindful manner. She began blogging when she realized there was a dichotomy between her mindful yoga practice and overuse of technology with her humorous blog “Confessions of a Tech Addicted Yogi.” Today, she writes, speaks, teaches, and consults on Mindfulness in the Age of Digital Distraction, as she weaves yoga and meditation into her work with teens, parents, schools and corporations. You can visit her in her studio in West Concord, The Space at ABC Legacy or abclegacy.com.
Tuesday at 12:30 (No Classes April 12 – May 3)
Wednesday at 12:30 (No Classes April 6 – May 4)
Friday with Natalie at 12:30
Private and Group Sessions may be arranged for:
Yoga and Mindfulness for Athletes