Peggy Protz, Feldenkrais® Practitioner
Peggy has studied and taught a wide range of movement and exercise techniques. She holds a BFA in dance, was a Pilates instructor for 15 years, trained in yoga and massage, and has been a Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner since 2001. Other techniques and approaches that have influenced her include the Alexander Technique, contact improvisation, free-form ecstatic dance, and daily spiritual and meditation practices. Using the Feldenkrais Method, in addition to aspects of dance, pilates, and other modalities, Peggy helps people discover more pain free and comfortable ways of being in their body.
“I began Peggy's class last fall and with each class I became more and more pleased by how much easier my body moved than before. It's hard to remember when I have felt the ease of movement or the depth of stress relief that I receive from Peggy's Feldenkrais classes. Peggy has a great sense of humor and is fun and focused at the same time. I have practiced yoga for a number of years and Feldenkrais enhances and complements my yoga practice.” -A.B
Carrie Lafferty, PT
Since 1985 and Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner® since 1994, is dedicated to facilitating a sense of curiosity for a graceful healing/learning process. Carrie is a Master Qi Gong Teacher certified through Ling Gui International Healing Qi Gong School. Deeply informed by her own personal study of Tai Chi, Qi Gong, Core nature-based Shamanism, and Meditation, she believes healing is truly transformational and alchemical, involving change on all levels – physical, emotional, and spiritual. Carrie currently maintains a full time private practice in the Fremont neighborhood where she offers private Feldenkrais Functional Integration® sessions, weekly classes and special workshops and related events.
To make an appointment with Carrie, please call (206) 459-1773 or visit http://movementfromwithin.net/
Meghan tried yoga for the first time in 2007, with her best friend Charlotte. She remembers giving Charlotte the side-eye and a quizzical look as the rest of the class chanted “Om” and began their ujjayi breath. Ten years later, she chants at least once a day, practices multiple breathing techniques, and loves a good sound bath - falling into the stereotype that people truly do get wiser with age.
Along with an RYT 200 hour certification, she is also a Certified Public Accountant. However, she would much rather put you in a state of yoga bliss than do your taxes. Meghan is influenced by kundalini, restorative, and bhakti yoga and considers Lauren Wessinger, Terilyn Wyre, and Jeni Martinez some of her most influential teachers.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register for her yoga classes.
For over 15 years, Karin Collins has been teaching Taiji and Qigong, ancient practices that continue to be the cutting edge of Mind-Body Fitness. She incorporates the MELT Method self-massage techniques with Taiji and Qigong to improve mobility, reinforce stability, reduce pain and improve performance. With Karin’s patient guidance, we have the capacity to shift and re-pattern. Together we learn the art of recovery and how to access and support your resilience with self-care practices for sustainable wellness. For more about Karin, visit www.karincollins.com