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Gail Grossman, is Yoga Educator, Author & Guide. Gail has been sharing the gift of yoga for decades. She educates and supports Yoga Students & Teachers to develop their skills and maximize the benefits of this ancient practice using a modern approach developed over 20+ years, so together we can make a difference in the World.
Gail's book Restorative Yoga for Life has been very well received, ranking in the top 1% of Amazon book sales. Her audience extends far beyond the established yoga community, reaching many who have never had a yoga practice.
Gail has been a presenter at Yoga Journal Conference, Ahimsa Yoga Festival; and she has been a contributor to many periodicals, such as Yoga Journal Magazine, and as with https://www.yogajournal.com/poses/7-restorative-poses-rest-busy-winter-holiday-season/.
Gail’s passion and dedication is to share the multidimensional gifts of yoga that include the physical benefits, as well as the emotional and spiritual components that lead to a meaningful life.
Gail owned Om Sweet Om Yoga from 2004-2018 when she sold the studio to continue to follow her never-ending desire to learn and grow. She still teaches in her online community The Center and in person when possible. Her students describe her as a very nurturing teacher who skillfully guides a transformative experience that leads to a felt sense of relaxation, grounding, and joy.
To learn more visit: www.gailgrossman.yoga.
List of Gail’s Sessions
Apana The downward energy that grounds us.
[A] On The Mat / Asana Class
Exploring the energy of apana vayu as it pertains to a Restorative Yoga practice. As we explore the subtle body in our practice, apana vayu helps us connect to that which supports us. Learn how to le
The Elements-How Ayurveda or Traditional Chinese Theory play into our practice – Restorative Yoga
[A] On The Mat / Asana Class
Practicing yoga without exploring the elements of nature is ignoring the most obvious aspect of our practice. We are the elements and the elements are us.
We are part of great nature and when we allow that aspect to be woven into our practice we can improve all aspects of ourselves.