At Peace of Mind & Body Wellness Studios we encourage you to “Lighten Up and Loosen Up” at your own perfect pace. Our founder Aliya, has been living and teaching a yoga based lifestyle since immigrating from India over thirty years ago. Aliya is certified through the Yoga Fit program and has been instructing a wide variety of age groups in yoga, stretching, meditation, and sports activities to children, adults and senior citizens at Fairfax County Parks & Recreation facilities, as well as retirement centers, and studios.
With both of her parents born in India, Aliya has lived her entire life in an environment of meditation and movement, and she truly enjoys the opportunity to teach others how to find their inner peace and harmony.
Intro to Yoga is a fun and gentle introduction to basic
breathing principles, pose alignment, meditation and relaxation.
Yoga has the potential to influence every part of your being and help you to create a healthy body, calm mind and deeper connection to your soul or intuition.
This Workshop is excellent for:
Individuals who have thought about trying yoga, but aren’t sure what to expect
New students who want to refine the basics
Experienced students who want to deepen their practice
Discover all the benefits that yoga has to offer. Become familiar with basic poses, learn fundamental breath and relaxation techniques and have some fun!
Our Open House is a fun and gentle introduction to Thai Yoga Massage, basic breathing principles, pose alignments, meditation, and relaxation. You will be able to get a “taste” of a Thai Yoga Massage and then enjoy complimentary wine tastings featuring Clean-Crafted, Organic Wines.
Life is about overcoming fear and taking risks. If you don’t take risks, you won’t know what you’re capable of. If you don’t risk anything, you risk everything. Truth be told, nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to expand your comfort zone so you can experience things and understand more… so that you may fear less in the long run.
The reality, of course, is we all get afraid sometimes. It’s not about being afraid, but what you do when you feel that way. When you feel doubt, or fear, or anxiety, or frustration, know that you can let it go as surely as you can pull your hand away from a flame. Keep your mind focused on the goodness, on the possibilities and on your most treasured goals. What begins in your mind ends up in your life. Think continually of the way you would like to be, let these thoughts drive your actions, and your reality will reliably catch up with your thinking. (Read Daring Greatly.)
Most people make themselves unhappy simply by finding it impossible to accept life just as it is presenting itself right now. Remember a significant key to happiness is letting go of what you assume your life is supposed to be like right now, and sincerely appreciating it for everything that it is.