MEET SHARON LEWIS YOGA AND MEDITATION
I believe in the power of yoga: the power to heal, to inspire, to love, to connect, to experience bliss, to access serenity.
I believe yoga and meditation can change the world – one person at a time. Yoga can build physical and mental resilience. One person’s meditation practice impacts many people as the benefits have a ripple effect. I believe these practices should be accessible to all.
I strive to meet students where they are and tailor my classes accordingly. I offer both group and private lessons.
Join me to release your tension, stretch gently, and relax deeply.
Meditation: Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at 8:00 PM on Zoom
Mat Yoga: Sunday mornings at 9:30 on Zoom
Chair Yoga: select Wednesday evenings at 7:30
Sleep series: March 4-March 31, 2021 at 7:45 PM
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Wednesday Evening Meditation on Zoom
Learn accessible techniques to reduce anxiety and stress. Cultivate gratitude, compassion, and mindfulness.
You'll have tools and knowledge to apply what you learn in class in your day-to-day life.
This class meets every Wednesday at 8:00 PM
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Teacher Tuesdays - Meditation on Zoom
Under difficult circumstances, teachers and parents are embracing new technology and distance learning. If you are a teacher, parent, or someone who just needs to cultivate a little more calm, join me for meditation at 8:00 PM on Tuesdays.
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Sleep Series - Getting a Good Night's Sleep
Stressed out? Can't sleep? We're living in stressful times, and sleeplessness is a natural result. But there are things you can do to get a good night's sleep. This 5-week series provides you with mindfulness and relaxation tools you can use immediately. You will receive guidance, support, and accountability during interactive and informative sessions. By the end of the series, it will be much easier to fall and stay asleep. $180 for the series;
Thursday evenings from 7:45-8:45; dates TBD
Space will be limited to ensure personal attention.
What participants are saying:
"I am incredibly grateful for Sharon’s meditation classes. Her gentle guidance has helped me to reconnect to my breath, and find a sense of peace and calm among chaos. Sharon offers practical tools I can use daily and has been very supportive through the journey. Thank you so much Sharon!" -Kira
"Sharon’s meditation classes are absolutely a necessity during these crazy times. As a wall street executive, the stress of markets and corona can be overwhelming. I’ve found Sharon’s meditation sessions to be extremely helpful in mitigating stress and anxiety and helping put serenity back in my life!" -Skip
Join me to release your tension, stretch gently, massage sore and tight spots through your yoga practice, and be guided into deep relaxation.
I am currently offering small group yoga classes via Zoom Sunday mornings at 9:30. To register or ask questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a certified pre-natal and post-natal yoga instructor, certified Lakshmi Voelker Chair Yoga teacher, and certified Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra guide.
Get a good stretch and all the benefits of yoga from the comfort of your chair! Class meets on select Wednesday evenings at 7:30 – for dates email
SHARON LEWIS YOGA AND MEDITATION
Straight from the Source
Sharon came to my house and helped me set up a meditation space. I really appreciated her non-judgmental approach and willingness to help clear what wasn’t necessary out of the way – that made it both a physical and symbolic clearing of the space to practice. Having her assess my space and make suggestions was really helpful. I have a prior knowledge of meditation, but I didn’t have the experience of actually practicing in my space. This is an extremely valuable service. After setting up the space, having Sharon practice with me in that space was such a positive experience. I feel like I can really visualize the experience and revisit that when I am alone and practicing. Sharon’s voice and instruction were helpful during the guided segments.
Sharon teaches with a wonderful combination of compassion and intelligence. Her passion for yoga is conveyed through her natural ease of guiding others in mindful practices, and in her appreciation of each person's own experiences. Her yoga classes will leave you feeling like you've nurtured your mind and body with a deep sense of calm and gratitude.
I got so much out of Sharon’s meditation course! She covered a lot of material each week, sharing her knowledge and expertise in a way that was gentle and non-judgmental. Her ability to connect with people/make them feel accepted, coupled with the small group size, meant that Sharon was really able to meet me where I was. With patience and sensitivity, Sharon offered me a safe space in which to create a meditation practice that works for me. She was instrumental in helping to identify ways in which I practice the meditation principles in my daily life and offered outside resources (i.e. literature) to deepen my understanding. I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to take Sharon’s course and recommend it to both beginners and veterans alike!
A BIT ABOUT MYSELF
I am a certified yoga and meditation teacher based in Westchester County, NY. I've studied yoga for more than 20 years, and obtained my 200-hour yoga teacher training with Patty Holmes (The Yoga Garden, White Plains) and Susan Wright (Birth of Venus Yoga, Mamaroneck).
I am certified in Pre-natal yoga, Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra, and Lakshmi Voelker Chair Yoga. In addition to being an avid practitioner and teacher of yoga, I have studied meditation techniques with Dee Yergo (Prana Yoga and Meditation, Port Chester) and trained in MBSR (Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction), a method designed to enable participants to access and cultivate their natural capacity for self-care, as well as greater balance, ease and peace of mind.
I first became acquainted with the practice of yoga in high school and found it a welcome refuge from the stress of multiple moves and a highly competitive atmosphere.
After a short hiatus, I came back to yoga after college, taking classes through the local continuing ed program. I later discovered Kripalu-style yoga, and was inspired to deepen my practice. I studied yoga through two pregnancies and beyond at Full Circle Family Care (with Beth Gibney-Boulden).
I strive to make the practice of yoga accessible to all. I am especially interested in bringing yoga and meditation to overwhelmed parents, energetic children, caregivers/health care professionals, and people with physical limitations.
Prior to becoming a yoga and meditation teacher, I worked in public relations/communications for nonprofits, foundations, and higher education, including as the communications director for the College of Health Professions at Pace University.