Tabatha is so in tune with the group’s needs. It’s lovely.
Yoga offers hope. The challenge of an earnest and consistent practice is a beautiful reminder to cherish each breath. To breathe deeply and fully. Give yourself space to be comfortable in your body. Space to plant roots. To grow. To blossom.
I’m Tabatha Bennett, yoga instructor and meditation guide. I’ve been called to connect with the expansiveness of nature, finding peace within. I’m here to share this connection with you.
When was the last time you gave your breath attention? Let’s slow down together and explore the enchantment that comes from being truly present with your breath. As you connect with your breath and body, your ability to connect with others and the everyday magic that is all around us increases.
Together, we’ll stretch the limits of your comfort zone in a supportive and encouraging environment, building confidence in your body and self. I would be honored to create a customized program that meets you where you are while challenging you to grow into the next version of you.
You don’t need to be good at yoga. That’s why it’s called a practice. Let’s meet on the mat to practice moving with intention and cultivate the soil for growth.
The techniques we use in meditation can be applied off the mat to find moments of relaxation in the middle of hectic days. Challenges exist not to frustrate or annoy you, but to show you that you are capable of so much more than you think. It’s time to retrain the voice in your head to speak with love and compassion.
My vision: a thriving community that affords everyone the opportunity to live a healthy and joyful life.
Let’s grow together.
My wife has multiple private yoga sessions with Tabatha. She has benefited physically, emotionally and spiritually from the one on one lessons. Tabatha has been very attentive to helping her work on positions and postures that were difficult or uncomfortable during regular classes. My wife has increased her ability to focus on what is on hand in the present (in life as well as yoga) since working with Tabatha.
I am very much a person that wants to get things done immediately, take charge, and be in control of situations. In my mind I was being organized, caring, helpful, and attentive to the needs of others. In reality, I was scattered, distracted, and maybe (probably) even bossy! When I approached Tabatha about private sessions, she asked what some of my goals were. I like to be organized so that I’m prepared for what may come next. My husband was soon to retire and I wanted to be more relaxed, and not quite so compulsive. We talked about my desire to be more centered and in the moment and how a variety of meditative techniques and breathing would be beneficial. Tabatha is giving me the tools to practice yoga in a way that suits my very organized, step by step mind and is giving me new tools to allow those times of less structure to be okay. Tabatha always says to come back to the breath, when things, whether a pose or life, are difficult or hard, come back to the breath. That pose or that point in time will not last forever, just breathe.