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with Patricia Diaz
During the holiday season, it’s natural that we focus our attention on our family and our friends. We tend to do a lot of things for other people like buying gifts, cooking, hosting parties, attending other social obligations, etc. All of this in addition to our regular responsibilities as a house holder, a mom, a dad, a caregiver, or any other role we have in our personal and professional lives. Self-care often takes a back seat when we find ourselves juggling the busy-ness of the holiday season.
Recharge your social battery during the holidays with this gentle yoga practice. This special holiday asana sequence is designed to help you go inward, so that you can then expand to your social obligations of the season. Continue to be the host at your parties, with renewed energy, so that you can keep giving from a nourished place!
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About Patricia Diaz
Certifications: MS, KYT-500 (Kripalu Yoga Teacher), RYT-500® (Registered Yoga Teacher with the Yoga Alliance), and Health Supportive Chef from The Natural Gourmet Institute
Provides: Yoga Basics, Dynamic Gentle Yoga, Intermediate Yoga and meditation instruction for group classes and private clients. Life and professional/executive coaching.
Patricia’s yoga journey began in 1989. During the most challenging time in her life, and with the help of friends, family and life mentors, she turned to yoga, plant-based diets, and other wellness techniques to manage her crisis and gently restore her health and wellness.
The lessons Patricia learned, and years of yoga practice led to an enthusiasm for well-being, and to a search for a depth of knowledge, that provided a compass for her life and career. In 2019, motivated by a desire to start sharing this knowledge with others, she completed a 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training Program at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. It also led her to pursue training in the plant-based chef program at the Natural Gourmet Institute in New York City. She completed her 500-hour Yoga Teacher Training in 2023 also at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health.
Patricia’s teaching style reflects the influence of gurus and teachers that have come into her life. She is passionate about teaching the foundations of yoga to beginners and all … partly because she spent many years working on the
basics, but also because she believes that anyone – no matter the physical challenge – can practice yoga. She loves to help others connect with their inner wisdom, and she believes that a genuine practice starts with a strong
foundation honoring the principles of ‘ahimsa’ – first do no harm.