A Journey to Wellness

Welcome to Heidi Lynne’ Yoga and Wellness. I am an Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor and Registered Yoga Teacher. I have been teaching in a variety of settings since 2010 and have clocked over 2200 teaching hours. You can view my credentials for more details. Check What’s New for updates. View my teaching schedule and join our community of wellness by contacting me. Even if you are new to Yoga, you will find my classes accessible, welcoming and calming yet energizing.

Learn more about Ayurveda, Yoga, herbs, nutrition and wellness by reading my monthly blog posts.

In the stillness and darkness of winter, we tend to slow down, stay inside, reflect and perhaps sleep longer. We may eat heavier foods and indulge in sweets and treats. Ayurveda provides guidelines to maintain balance and stay healthy with each season. Read Tips for a Healthy Winter and Heidi’s Healthy Holiday Tips to learn how you can stay happy and healthy this winter. It is also a time when we tune into the stillness – both around us and within us.

One of the foundational poses of Yoga is Mountain Pose (tadasana). Learn more about this simple and elegant posture in my post, Reach for the Sky in Tadasana!

This site contains suggested wellness information and is not intended to replace necessary medical attention from a qualified healthcare provider.

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The Buzz about Aging

Understanding Aging Aging is the process of becoming older – it is genetically determined and environmentally modulated. Senescence (biological aging) is the gradual deterioration of functional characteristics in living organisms. Harvard Medical School provides a fuller definition: At the biological level, ag(e)ing results from the impact of the accumulation of a wide variety of molecular … Continue reading The Buzz about Aging

Asanas and Healthy Aging

As we age, it is vital to maintain strength, stability, mobility and balance. For many, a part of the aging process includes bone loss and diminished muscle strength. As muscles and bones weaken, more stress and strain is placed on joints, increasing pain while decreasing mobility. Approximately 34 million Americans suffer from the chronic pain … Continue reading Asanas and Healthy Aging

Emotional Wellness

The Human Condition Suffering (duhkha) is a shared human experience. Each person’s journey is unique; however, everyone experiences loss, injury, illness and eventually faces the fact of one’s own mortality. Common feelings include grief, sadness, regret, heartache and stress. After an initial shock, remnants of trauma linger. Chronic pain may continue for years. All too … Continue reading Emotional Wellness

Sanskrit, the Language of Ayurveda and Yoga

What is Sanskrit? Sanskrit संस्कृतम् is formed by the two words samyak meaning entirely and krit meaning done, thus indicates a perfectly formed means of communication. It includes speaking, chanting (audibly or silently), hearing, reading, writing and the use of vocabulary to transcend and express emotions. It is one of the world’s oldest, intact languages … Continue reading Sanskrit, the Language of Ayurveda and Yoga

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