“How you move on your mat is how you move in your life.”
Georgette uses this phrase often to remind her students that yoga poses or asanas are only a very small part of their yoga practice. By encouraging students to think less and feel more, Georgette hopes that they can learn to look inside, live where they fear to live, and emerge stronger.
With Undergraduate degrees in Economics and Psychology, as well as a Masters Degree in Computer
Science, Georgette also understands the enormous pressures of corporate life and how vital it is to stay balanced and focused. Her teaching style is fun, encouraging self-acceptance and mindful alignment with the goals of creating internal strength and space for growth.
Georgette has been teaching yoga for over 10 years. She teaches in yoga studios, corporate settings, and brings students away on retreats both internationally and within the US. A lifelong student, Georgette
continues her yoga journey studying with teachers and studios of different styles. Her certifications include E-300+ hour Vinyasa, Restorative, Yin Yoga, and Yoga for Trauma and Addiction. Georgette has also studied with Eckhart Tolle, incorporating his wisdom into her yoga classes, workshops, and remote retreats.
Georgette is a master at creating safe space for creativity to flourish whether it is in the yoga studio, while writing, and when sharing our writing with others. Professionally she writes technical material and persuasive proposals; her personal writing includes screenplays, picture books, and personal essays. Her website is www.YogaWithGeorgette.com and email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Yoga, meditation, and breathwork are valuable tools to push past fear, doubt, insecurity, and also to help us explore joy and the miracles of life. Writing is a sacred practice to acknowledge ourselves, our loved ones, our ancestors, and the natural world. We move and write to heal. We move and write to explore personal […]
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