Yoga for Healing & Restoration

Bringing the restorative power of yoga to Every Body.

 

Sherri Koehler offers Samatha Yogaa mobile teaching practice which brings experienced yoga instruction into your home, office, school, team meeting, social gathering, or to your next business conference.

Samatha Yoga will coordinate space rental, and/or do site visit to select appropriate space for group classes ahead of time, particularly for group classes being offered at conferences, meetings, etc.

Weekly Classes

In addition to classes for corporate fitness centers and athletic clubs, Sherri teaches several public classes in Portland, Oregon each week. Check out the schedule of her current classes and find a place where you might join her.

Group Yoga Sessions

Want to bring a Yoga Break to your next team event or conference in the Portland Metro Area? Samatha Yoga has years of experience bringing accessible, fun yoga activities to events large and small.

Private Yoga Sessions

Private instruction in Hatha Yoga and therapeutic yoga sessions. Learn how to best use your environment to support your Yoga practice. Available in the Portland Metro Area and beyond, as for a quote!

Take Classes

Check in to see what weekly classes and monthly workshops are offered by Sherri in the Portland Metro Area.

Bedside Yoga for End-of-Life Care

In 2015 I was asked to sub a class for older adults, Gentle Hatha Yoga. The teacher was going to be gone for a couple of weeks and I was in the system as a sub, the club was running out of options and gave me a ring. After a couple of weeks I was asked if I'd be...

Child’s Pose – Balasana

Pose of the Month: Balasana, "Child's Pose" Sanskrit: Bāla - Child, infant Bālāsana - Child's Pose   If you've ever attended a yoga class there's a good chance you've heard an instructor say something along these lines, "If you need a break, just go into Child's...

Why We Do Restorative Yoga

This post originally appeared on the Yoga Service Council blog in April 2018. “Why do we do Restorative Yoga?” Recently a student asked me this question at the beginning of a class. They added, “I mean, it feels good, but what good is it?” Restorative Yoga is unlike...

Just Enough

Last month Trinity College Dublin released a study* that identifies how the brain functions when prāṇāyāma helps us to focus. The study revealed activity in an area of the brainstem, the locus coeruleus, which produces noradrenaline. This chemical helps us to focus...

Project capability, not fragility.

Helping students feel capable, competent, and empowered to make positive changes while strengthening their resiliency.