Paula's teaching style is clear and compassionate. She uses a mindfulness based practice to guide students into a place of receptivity that develops sensitivity, intuition and self-acceptance. She believes through yoga we cultivate a relationship to feel at home and at ease with ourselves trusting our embodiment to let our light shine.
Paula has a rich and diverse background as a licensed professional counselor, yoga therapist and bodyworker. She loves yoga philosophy and incorporates it into her psychotherapy as well as classes. She is particularly interested in the sutras & Mind/Body/Integration work.
She holds an Iyengar teacher certification at the Int. Jr.3 level, and is a Certified International Yoga Therapist. She also has training in the Scarvelli Method at the 500 Hr level and is a 500RYT with Yoga Alliance.
Wednesday evenings 6:30–8:00pm
Join Paula Weithman for this six week asana series to keep you resilient during the busy holiday season. The holidays can become difficult with old memories surfacing and the self-imposed expectations that we might unknowingly place on ourselves. In this series, give yourself a moment to step out of the rush and reset your dial.
• Asana practice – one hour of yoga asana (all levels welcome)
• Dharma share – 15 minute sharing
• Meditation – 15 minute practice
Each session will include an hour long asana practice to unravel tension, and restore vibrancy and resilience in your body. Develop natural support and alignment to create length, strength, greater flexibility and sense of wholeness inside. The asana practice will be followed by two fifteen minute sessions focusing on Dharma sharing and meditation practices. These tools are used to calm the mind and reduce mental clutter shifting your outlook for the week. This series is designed to assist you to become still, quiet and connected to the ever present source of your being.
Paula Weithman uses a mindfulness based practice to guide students into a place of receptivity that develops sensitivity, intuition and self-acceptance. Paula has a background in counseling, rehab and bodywork. She has been practicing yoga regularly since 1982 and meditates using the Pureland Buddhist tradition.
Her yoga background is diverse and she continues to study with senior teachers believing a beginner's mind is a fresh mind. She believes that yoga is a medicine for the body as well as the mind, and she incorporates her background as a yoga therapist and mindfulness based psychotherapist into her private practice.
She has training through the Iyengar tradition, certified at the Intermediate Jr.3 level, and the Scarvelli method through Namaste International, and is registered at the 500 hour level with Yoga Alliance.