The practice of movement with breath and a quieting of the mind allows us to be aware of our state of being while we move toward physical, emotional and spiritual healing. We have become used to multi-tasking as a positive attribute. While it comes in handy, learning to turn it off for a time is essential to our wellness. Further in these days of uncertainty, practice to improve our physical, mental and spiritual health is vital.
Selah is a Hebrew word found in the Psalms at some verse endings. It translates to "the rest and space between" It is essential to our well-being to take time for stillness.
Founder and Owner: Susan is a Registered Nurse who has practiced for over 40 years in the areas of critical care, home care and pediatrics. She began as a yoga student in her 40's and experienced the healing power of yoga. The inclusion of her personal faith practices of prayer and study further enhanced her spiritual growth as well and led her to become certified as a yoga instructor in 2008. Since that time, she has taught yoga classes and community workshops. Practicing as an RN Sue has a unique understanding of how the body heals and the importance of spiritual development (in any faith tradition) toward healing of body and mind. Sue is respectful and aware of each individual’s abilities and limitations and encourages growth at a comfortable pace. Sue is a Deaconess in the United Methodist Church and a Gestalt Pastoral Care Minister serving in the studio and community to provide pathways of Healing and Wholeness for individuals and groups..