Indigo Healer, Pam
Pam has been practicing yoga for most of her adult life. Her practice deepened in 1999, a time when she was in deep physical and emotional pain. Pam was a marathon runner, but she couldn't run due to injuries resulting from caring for her ill mother. Meditation, prayer and gentle yoga was her new sanctuary.
Her dedication to the healing power of yoga and meditation led her to be a yoga teacher. She has been actively teaching yoga for over 12 years. She has certifications in Yin Yoga, Kundalini Yoga and Classical Yoga, and is a Yoga Alliance certified teacher. She continues to study yoga, meditation and sound healing in Nepal, with her husband Andy. Pam is also a Usui Reiki Master. She has taught meditation and yoga in many types of facilities: yoga studios; gyms; nursing homes; homeless shelters; and privately. Her practice is always evolving, as she incorporates additional healing techniques, such as singing bowls.
Pam believes that yoga is for everybody. You just need to find the practice that best suits you. Pam creates a personalized practice for every student. Let her help you develop your own personal practice.
Indigo Healer, Andy
Andy always loved music of all genres, and found music to be deeply healing. But, meditation (japa meditation, meditating with gemstones, and kundalini kirtan kriya) came later in his life, after he became sick with cancer. Meditation continues to be an essential part of his daily practice. While studying meditation and yoga with Pam in Nepal, Andy’s love for the healing powers of singing bowls took root.
While Andy had a full career working for the Environmental Protection Agency, being trained as a Himalayan Sound Healer by Master Shree in Nepal, along with Pam, was a highpoint of his life. Andy's knowledge of, and love for singing bowls and sound healing modalities, continues to grow. Andy has played his bowls throughout the Philadelphia area, in conjunction with many yoga programs.