Before that, I worked for many years in advertising and spent a lot of time being anxious and exhausted. I either slept too much or too little. I had chronic stomach pain (mostly stress-related) and spent my weekends buying things I didn’t need to fill some sort of void. When I started practicing yoga, everything shifted physically and emotionally. So, I left the ad world to teach full-time.
I understand the feelings of anxiety and burnout. I know them first-hand and have seen what it does to people’s health. I also know it can be turned around. And you don’t have to quit your job to become a yoga teacher for it to happen.
I help people who want to have a greater impact in life- with family, work, or charity- find and keep a connection to their body which is absolutely essential for tapping into our intuition, voice, power and resilience. For many of us, we could step into our full potential, contribute and create more if we just felt better.
I can teach you how to unstick stress in your body, eliminate anxiety and self-doubt so you feel centered, strong and connected to your real voice so you can accomplish all that you want without losing your health or happiness along the way.
If you're sweating and smiling in complete gratitude, you're probably in Pam Reece's class.
I’ve taken Pam’s classes at different studios for many years, while also working with other teachers and practicing other yoga styles. She is the one and only teacher I keep coming back to, always with joy and anticipation. Her practice, grace and alignment are inspiring, but it’s impossible to feel discouraged or inadequate in her classes. Everyone, from yoga novices to experts, is equally welcomed and equally challenged. Her classes are creative, never boring: unlike most teachers, she doesn’t simply repeat the same sequences class after class.
Overall, Pam’s particular blend of asana, warmth, and real-world spirituality is unique. I hope she teaches forever!Julia Moskin