Marion's Yoga Spot

 Marion Zahn, Ph.D., RYT

Marion teaches group and private Forrest Yoga classes in and around the Houston area.   

Bio

Marion is a compassionate and attentive yoga teacher who is committed to promoting health and well-being through mindfulness/mind-body approaches to wellness.  An energetic, gentle, and intuitive instructor, Marion guides you through a yoga practice designed to facilitate physical and mental growth and healing.  In her teaching, she is thoughtful about working with students, including those with physical injuries, ailments, or limitations, in ways that support healing and safety.  Her slowly to moderately paced classes help increase strength and flexibility and enhance the mind-body connection.  

Marion received her yoga teacher training from internationally-renowned yoga teacher/trainer, Ana Forrest.  She enjoys sharing the gifts she has received from Ana’s teachings with her yoga students and aims to provide challenging, empowering, enriching, rejuvenating, and fun classes!

Off the mat, Marion is a psychologist at Wilcrest Counseling Services.  She feels grateful to have the opportunity to delight and nourish her spirit each day in working with clients and yoga students alike.    


Description of Forrest Yoga

Forrest Yoga helps you connect to your core - getting strong and centered. It uses heat (room heated to 85 degrees), deep breathing and vigorous sequences to sweat out toxins. The long holds in the pose progressions help you flush, oxygenate and rejuvenate every cell.

As a beginner to Forrest Yoga, you learn to breathe deeply and connect in feeling with your body. As you progress, you get proficient at safely tailoring each pose to work best for you, particularly with physical and emotional injuries.

Learning to work honestly at your edges, you develop effective tools to deal with fear and struggle. This makes it possible for integrity, self-awareness and playful curiosity to become part of your daily life.

Forrest Yoga does not require strength or flexibility; it only requires that you bring a willingness to learn how to feel authentically and respond honestly.  For more information about Forrest Yoga, visit http://forrestyoga.com.
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