Yoga Matrika is the ONLY yoga studio that has never made me feel uncomfortable in my flexibility or how I’m positioned, but I always leave classes feeling re-energized, yet, feeling very tranquil. I couldnt see myself at any other studio, and I HIGHLY recommend taking one of Sharon’s classes. She’s fantastic.Melissa, Matrika Student
Matrika Prenatal is a wonderful guide to prenatal yoga. Great for beginners and experienced yogis alike, this book offers poses and stretches to ease the aches of the changing pregnant body. I found the directions to be easy to follow and the author manages to create a special and personal experience through this e-book. The audio guide is relaxing and the author’s voice is very soothing, a great addition to the book! I would recommend this book to any friends or family who are looking for a bas…April L.
This prenatal guide is easy to follow yet complete in its simplicity. The tenets of peace and simplicity are essential to a quieting yoga practice and this book models this beautifully. Having taught prenatal yoga for many years, I will highly recommend this to students to use at home to further onsite prenatal classes. Sharon is a thoughtful and passionate teacher and without a doubt she believes strongly in using yoga for a healthy and happy birth experience. Her truth is evident.Joanne V.
It reconnected me with my early experiences of yoga – as a way to consciously inhabit your body and center your mind through natural and liberating movement. I find it difficult to do static, seated meditation, and so I appreciate the centering that happens with the guided meditative movement in Mindful Yoga.~JF, Yoga Matrika StudentMindful YogaPittsburgh
The atmosphere is friendly and accepting of where ever the student is in their life. I have gained physical, emotional, spiritual confidence through practice with all of the instructors at Yoga Matrika. Thank you!J., Matrika Student
Category Archives: 8-Weeks of Yoga Blog
During my “day of rest” in the 8-week series designed by Rodney Yee yesterday I not only took the opportunity to do a home practice that I really wanted to do, I also looked over my blog entries from the … Continue reading
Day 6 of Week One of Eight with Rodney Yee Today we breathe, we relax and we meditate in supported hero pose. Yes, we finally have a practice that is just my speed and just what I need after an … Continue reading
I just couldn’t help myself. I am not doing well with this meditation after savasana routine. Honestly, I’m exhausted. I’m doing my practice after a long day and night of mothering, working full time and dealing with the world and … Continue reading
“It is crucial to learn how to open your upper chest and your arms with increasing relaxation in your neck and sense organs (Yee, 54).” “The repetition of Tree Pose and Warrior I in the following sequence lets your body … Continue reading
In today’s practice I have discovered what two pregnancies have done to me. Well, at least I think that is what is to blame. Apparently, I no longer have any inner leg strength. If you’ve never practiced tree pose, then … Continue reading
I was surprised, but I really loved the opening sequence of one-minute downward dog poses followed by one minute standing forward bend poses. This opening sequence was both grounding and inspiring. Otherwise, I’ve got three words about today’s practice: Too … Continue reading