Welcome to Native Breath
Home of Yoga with Holly
Hi there, I’m Holly.
So nice to meet you! Here’s a bit about me…
While navigating cancer, divorce, job loss, and a faith transition; I discovered yoga. Yoga was the light in my dark night of the soul. Fueled by my passion and curiosity, I pursued deeper knowledge.
I study Yogic Lineages, Pranayama, Anatomy/Asana, Meditation, and Deep Relaxation. Through these ancient, evidence-informed practices, I help clients to discover their own native breath and inner sanctuary.
I am an RYT 500 teacher, and certified in a variety of meditation & Nidra techniques. I am also a yoga therapist in training.
I teach workshops, classes, and lead practices for recovering addicts at both inpatient and outpatient facilities.
Learning to slow down, pay attention, and enjoy the magic moments of life have allowed me to find new purpose, meaning and connection. I am a blogger, mom of 3 beautiful girls, & lover of the outdoors. Nature is my master teacher.
- RYT 500 Hour
- Meditation/Nidra Teacher (iRest L1)
- Yoga for Addiction Recovery
- Yoga for Autoimmune
- Trauma Informed Yoga
- Yoga for Cancer & Heart
- Essential Ayurveda for Yoga Professionals
What is Yoga Therapy?
Yoga Therapy is a research-based set of healing modalities, practices, and therapeutic interventions.
Through Yoga Therapy sessions, clients are empowered with simple tools they can use in everyday life to improve their health and well-being.
Yoga therapy uses the ancient science of Yoga to improve physical, psychological, and spiritual wellbeing. Yoga is a healing journey that brings balance and restoration to the body and mind. By practicing yoga, we awaken our essential nature. This is the primary intention of Yoga.
Yoga classes are often a way to workout or decompress. Yoga Therapy is a tailored practice addressing the individual needs of a client or a group.
Yoga Therapy is for anyone who is:
- Stressed out
- Chronically sleep deprived
- Struggling with insomnia
- Looking for tools to improve focus, spark intuition, and deepen self-awareness
- Looking to grow their personal yoga practice
- Dealing with addictions or eating disorders
- Experiencing mental health challenges like anxiety or depression
- Recovering from injuries or managing a chronic illnesses
- Searching to expand the borders of their soul
Yoga Therapy includes many ancient practices essential for modern life:
- Yoga Nidra
- Non-Sleep Deep Rest
- Deep relaxation
- Breathing practices
- Mindfulness Meditation
- Visualization & Imagery practices
- Subtle anatomy
- Hatha Yoga
Follow My Story
As we find the courage to open our hearts and stretch and twist our bodies, we are rejuvenated. We remember what it is to be human, and we carry a renewed sense of purpose and power into our daily lives. In the heat of the moment, we discover stillness. Through movement and presence, we experience the art and beauty of embodiment.
Set your soul on fire. Discover your native breath.
Each month, I share event details for upcoming workshops, where I’m teaching, and words from my heart ❤️