February 14, 2006


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Lynne Miller (formerly Lynne Greene)

LynneLynne has been teaching yoga full time for 15 years now.  She was a core teacher at Westfield Yoga Studio for 4 years, a core teacher at Heartsong Yoga in East Longmeadow, MA for 3 years and in November 2006, opened Simply Yoga in East Windsor, CT. After closing her studio in May 2010, she began teaching yoga at Spine Dynamics in Enfield and at St. Francis Health Building in Enfield. She taught 6 classes per week at the Enfield Senior Center for 12 years.  She taught yoga to children in the Suffield school system for one school year and has worked with yoga and fitness for mentally disabled adults. Lynne spent two weeks of the summer of 2005 assisting her yoga teacher, Christopher Ken Baxter at the Omega Center in Rhinebeck, NY. In the spring of 2005, she had a piece published in the book, Yoga Meditations ~Timeless Mind-Body Practices.Lynne received her 200-hour certification from Atma Yoga in 2000. Atma Yoga is a Kripalu based yoga which is founded in core strength and safety of the body. After working in the medical field for 16 years, as a Medical Assistant and Office Manager in pediatric and family medicine, she honors the way that yoga addresses the mind, body connection.Lynne completed a 5 day Vinyasa Flow Teacher’s Intensive with Shiva Rea. She enjoys putting Vinyasa or yoga flows together to help create releases. She also works with creative visualization during relaxation, which led her to Yoga Nidra training at Kripalu Yoga Center in July 2004. This now allows her to share her love of the deep relaxation of Yoga Nidra. This guided deep relaxation is especially helpful for those with chronic physical or emotional pain.

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