The data is in. Yoga works! But, did you know that Yoga is about observing while remaining detached? You learn to notice sensations, feelings, and thoughts on or off the mat. Why is this important? Your thoughts have a powerful impact on your body and emotions. When you are aware, you can make choices. Accepting the present moment helps eliminate stress.
I remind my students to observe what’s going on while having compassion and gratitude. My DVD is for those already practicing Yoga and for those who think they can’t or have tried and felt inadequate. Wouldn’t it feel great to hear, “breathe into the stretch, let go of trying to achieve anything, and just notice what it feels like without judging yourself.”
YOU CAN DO IT YOGA is an empowerment video that happens to teach yoga too. It is an easy to follow Yoga Program with inspirational messages which can be done at home or on the go. DVD can be downloaded to your iPhone or iPod. It is an inexpensive way to build confidence and release stress. Osha’s soothing voice and music lulls your mind into calmness.
See sample of DVD on video at www.yogawithosharay.com.
“Her class has been the highlight of my week for several years.”
“I love learning in an effortless, fun way.”
“I like her uplifting attitude, sense of humor, humility, optimism, and style.”
“I love her clear instruction.”
About Osha: Osha has been teaching Yoga for over 30 years. She has Ananda and Kripalu Yoga Certifications. She has studied with educators in U.S., Asia, and India. She is the author of Stretch Break, A Yoga Workmate, www.stretchbreak.org. Osha is a Wedding Officiant, www.arayoflightweddings.com.
Osha says: “I believe in living life to the fullest. I have confronted my fears by skydiving, scuba diving, fire walking, breaking boards (Karate style) and traveling alone through Asia and India for 5 months. Believing we can reinvent our lives, I became a newlywed and a grandma in the same year. I use every opportunity I can to remind people to believe in themselves.”
You can contact Osha at firstname.lastname@example.org.