by Connie Mardon
Each month, Connie will offer some insight on Ayurveda, it's history and wisdom, and how it can helps us in finding better health. We hope you enjoy reading and find the information helpful. Om Shanti Om
June's Tip: It's all about Digestion
July: Emotional Eating
Connie Mardon received her 200-hour training from Seaside Yoga
Sanctuary and is a Certified Ayurvedic Medicine Practitioner. She
specializes in Ayurvedic consultations, massage and Panchakarma, an ancient
cleansing for body, mind and spirit. In her yoga classes, Connie
discusses Ayurvedic postures for different body types and Ayurvedic tips for
healthy living and emphasizes breath, body movement and meditation, focusing on
integrating the three and becoming one with the mind.
Connie has had yoga in her life for over 35 years and believes
yoga is for everybody and encourages all people. Yoga is not about turning your
body into a pretzel, but it is about getting to know yourself and taking the
journey inward. She believes that living in a world where demands and
challenges are coming at us every day, yoga and meditation can change one’s way
of handling stressful situations in a more peaceful manner.
is also a tribal belly dance instructor, integrating yoga and dance, and is a
Certified Shorthand Reporter.