Breath Centered Yoga
Ash teaches yoga as a moving meditation and a practice in self-awareness. A large emphasis is placed on breathing mechanics and accessing deeper, more powerful, and more relaxed cycles of breath.
Asana is explored as a physical meditation, used as a way to nourish the body while inviting awareness inwards through flow and sinking into postures.
This modality teaches how to get in touch with the muscles of respiration, and how to use these muscles to breathe deeply and expansively, with greater ease.
Using observation, restorative yoga poses, hands-on assists and focused intention, these sessions are adapted to the needs of the individual(s).
Thai Medical Massage focuses on deep passive stretching and acupressure along the body's sen lines. Thai massage practitioners use their hands, feet, knees, elbows, and body weight in a flowing series of rhythmic, meditative movements to release blockages and stimulate blood, lymph, and energy flow throughout the body.
This treatment becomes a moving meditation.
Thai massage helps to relieve musculoskeletal pain, digestive problems, anxiety, insomnia, and much more. To touch with the intention of imparting healing, the physical application of Mett (loving kindness) is at the core of this practice.
Therapeutic cupping is an ancient healing modality that has been used for centuries to treat a variety of conditions. It involves the use of glass and silicone cups that are placed on the skin to create a vacuum-like seal, stimulating blood circulation, detoxification, and lymphatic drainage.
The superficial muscle layer is drawn into the cup, stimulating blood circulation and breaking up adhesions, creating pathways for toxins to be drawn out of the body through the lymphatic system.