Self-care, or karma yoga for self, requires effort, focused attention and perseverance. It means choosing behaviors that balance the effects of emotional and physical stressors.  Self-care at home should balance practices of stillness, exercise, love, aesthetic beauty, and healthy food.

Yoga is a self care practice that can be done in the home.  It is part of the H or Health to cultivate within.

Sherry has been a yogi since 2003. She started practicing yoga because she was curious about it and wanted to relieve stress. 

Sherry received her RYT 200 through My Vinyasa Practice in Austin, Texas. Sherry also studied 25 Hours of Trauma Sensitive Restorative Yoga with somatic and trauma specialist, Eleanor Bramwell, E-RYT 500 and April Elliot, Ed.S, C-IAYT, E-RYT 500, of the Bodywise Foundation. In addition, Sherry studied Trauma Informed Yoga Foundations with Dr. Hala Khouri E-RYT 500 and Krya Haglund E-RYT 500 with Collective Resilience through 8 Limbs Yoga , Yin Yoga Asana & Biomechanics Teacher Training with Jennifer O' Sullivan, E-RYT 500, at Satiya Yoga and Yoga with Seniors Teacher Training with Anontia Small E-RYT 500 at Shivashakti School of Yoga. Sherry is currently studying Restorative Yoga Teacher Training with Cyndi Lee.

Sherry integrates her practice as primarily a Yin, Restorative and Trauma Informed Yoga Teacher as a Certified Feng Shui consultant, author, interior environment coach, essential oil alchemist, and Reiki practitioner. She enjoys teaching yoga and integrates her practice with Feng Shui, home, and space. 

Online Yoga Class Offerings

Gentle Vinyasa Flow

Vinyasa yoga is a general term that describes a style of yoga that links movement to breath. This is class is a more gentle style of Vinyasa, and includes flow, balance, strength and breathing techniques. It is designed to give some challenge to students, relieve stress and deepen the mind/body connection.

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga as exercise, incorporating principles of traditional Chinese medicine, with asanas that are held for longer periods of time than in other styles. in yoga stretches and targets both the deep connective tissues between the muscles, and the fascia throughout the body. The aim is to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility This blocks the flow of nutrients and energy through the body, causing pain and limiting mobility.


Restorative Yoga is the practice of asanas, each held for longer than in conventional yoga as exercise classes, often with the support of props such as folded blankets, to relax the body. Restorative yoga allows for rest, healing and emotional reset.  It is an relaxing practice designed for any one to enjoy.

Yoga for Seniors 65+

Whether you're aiming to get stronger and more flexible or you just want to decompress and still your mind, yoga can help. This yoga practice includes chair yoga, hath and other styles above. Remember that a key consideration is your physical condition and fitness level.  Yoga for Seniors accommodates those with arthritis, osteoporosis, heart conditions, etc.  Always consult your healthcare provider before beginning any new exercise regimen.

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