If you’re sweating and smiling in complete gratitude, you’re probably in Pam Reece’s class. ~mindfulyogahealth.com
Pam’s classes are the ideal combination of calming yet invigorating. She challenges us with her creative poses, yet encourages us with her warm personality. Pam also happens to be a luminous presence who radiates pure goodness. Yoga simply doesn’t get any better. ~Robin Pogrebin Writer, New York Times
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. ~Julia Moskin
The practice of yoga has taught me how to relieve my anxiety…The feelings of stress and anxiety are scary and uncomfortable. I’ve learned to breathe in a way that has allowed me to calm my mind and body. ~Claudia, NYC
I learn so much from you about how to breathe, how to not let things get to me, and you have a way of explaining it so that I really get it. ~Leigh, NYC
For over 10 years, I’ve taught yoga to some of New York City’s busiest and most successful women.
I’m known to make yoga accessible. I don’t much care about the fancy feats of flexibility. I want you to feel strong, healthy and able to handle whatever comes at you in life.
Recently, my teaching has shifted to focus on strengthening women’s confidence and power because I noticed a pattern of smart, ambitious women battling anxiety and self- doubt.
And because they’re women who do things- important, interesting things- this all happens while managing the rest of life’s many responsibilities. It’s exhausting for them and it limits their potential. I want that to change.
My current work combines my yoga experience with my previous career as a casting director coaching actors. I teach women how to move, breathe and think in a way that they can turn anxiety into calm, project confidence in their body and voice, hold a room and connect to others.
It comes from years of working with thousands of women and observing how we hold stress in our bodies and how emotions show up in the energy we project.
And it brings in my own personal experience. During my early years in casting, I spent a lot of time anxious, exhausted and with chronic pain (all stress-related). When I started practicing yoga, everything changed. So, I left to teach full-time.
I understand the feelings of anxiety first-hand and know it can be turned around. And you don’t have to become a yoga teacher to make it happen.