Contributors + Words of Wisdom
Maria teaches informal, fun yoga classes in Hertfordshire for children, adults, pregnant women and new mums. She strongly believes that yoga is for every body: regardless of age, mobility and fitness we can all benefit from a regular practice. A member of the British Wheel of Yoga, she also writes engaging and imaginative relaxation and yoga books for children to help them explore yoga poses and find their inner calm. Visit: boxmooryoga.co.uk
Chris is a vinyasa instructor and a professor in the Centre for South Asia at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. After he threw out his back trying to pick a spoon up from the floor, his wife somehow managed to take him to an emergency room, where the doctor said: “You probably aren’t doing enough yoga.” Thus began the journey. He lives in Madison with his wife Michelle, their dog Rosie Mae, and their guinea pig Lenny. Visit: panthayoga.com
Mary is the author of 'Trusting the Dawn: How to Choose Joy and Freedom After Trauma' (Sounds True Publishing), the story of her trauma and survival during the 2017 California wildfires and subsequent 2018 mudslide which took her brand new family home – and her transformation through healing. She's now on a personal mission to let others know there is light on the other side of the darkness of PTSD.
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Words of wisdom
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