Allison Gollner

Yoga is for all body shapes and sizes and everybody can practice it, according to Allison Gollner, Yoga Instructor & Studio Manager at greenmonkey® yoga, and Paula Walker, Yoga Instructor & Director of Marketing and Events at greenmonkey® yoga.
They say the whole body is involved in yoga practice. The specialists also affirm people can do yoga in wherever they can find a little space, to breathe and stretch. Yoga is a moving meditation and it’s a practice connecting breath and movements. It’s so popular and it’s very inclusive for everybody, says Paula Walker, Yoga Instructor & Director of Marketing and Events at greenmonkey® yoga.
People don’t have to sit still to do it. Yoga movements takes their minds off of what may be going on in their lives, explains Allison Gollner, Yoga Instructor & Studio Manager at greenmonkey® yoga. Heat makes easier to practice yoga, explains Allison Gollner, Yoga Instructor & Studio Manager at greenmonkey® yoga, Heat makes it easier to be flexible and to get into a deeper posture.
She advises people trying to find a good yoga instructor. If you don’t resonate with a certain teacher, try another teacher, recommends Paula Walker, Yoga Instructor & Director of Marketing and Events at greenmonkey® yoga. Yoga helps people to relate with each other, especially when it is performed in open areas, explains Allison Gollner, Yoga Instructor & Studio Manager at greenmonkey® yoga.
For other people, yoga is their second home. A lot of people develop strong relationships through yoga. Also friendships and business relationships are developed, too, says Paula Walker, Yoga Instructor & Director of Marketing and Events at greenmonkey® yoga. Yoga shifts people energy and they leave the studio more positive and friendlier, says Paula Walker, Yoga Instructor & Director of Marketing and Events at greenmonkey® yoga.
Allison Gollner, Yoga Instructor & Studio Manager at greenmonkey® yoga, teaches some poses to help with balance, especially for elderly people.

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