By learning how to breathe better
how to offer and receive healthy touch,
I believe we become more present,
and being present
changes the world inside us
and around us.
My journey started with a fractured femur after a car accident when I was 14 years old. Yoga, bodywork and breathwork have all taught me how to better stand on both my legs, as well as on both my feet. Read more…
Let’s talk if you would like to schedule a private session for:
- Thai Massage
- Structural Integration
- Trad’l Table Massage
- Yoga & Pranayama
- Coaching for Teachers
What I teach
One of my favorite quotes defines my teaching methodology and style: “The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery,” says Mark van Doren. As a teacher, I aim to help others discover something new about themselves. Read more…
Hi – Thanks for checking out my website.
Since 1989, I have practiced hatha yoga as a form of meditation. In 2001, I began both teaching yoga full-time and studying the Pranakriya Yoga Methodology, developed by my teacher, Michael, “Yoganand” Carroll. This practice explores the practice and writings of Swami Kripaluvanandaji, a 20th century tantric hatha and kundalini Yoga Master and Saint.
Throughout the year, I teach workshops and trainings – check out my program calendar.
In the state of Georgia, I am a Licensed Massage Therapist – Georgia LMT#MT012630, offering Thai Massage, Structural Integration (Rolf Method) and Traditional Table Massage. I also am attuned Reiki Level I, Level II and Master.
I love to work with people that are ready for their next step.
How can I help you inspire yourself to deepen your life, taking your next step, leap, or launch?
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YOGA WITH WILLIAM
Statement of Faith
If we are somehow endowed with participation of some kind of divinity, then we are indeed special, and should treat each other with the respect and dignity this demands.
If, on the other hand, we are the accidental outcome of blind natural processes in a cosmos that is indifferent to us being here at all, then we are indeed special, and should treat each other with a tenderness and respect befitting such serendipitous surprises.
by Frank Casper
Lay Minister, Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta
Atlanta, Georgia © 2008