Classes taught at SPACE 2B:
RESTORATIVE YOGA WITH SOUND BATH & THIRD EYE LIGHT
In every one of her classes, Rebecca creates a space where people can safely cultivate strength, openness and awareness. An experienced teacher of Yoga, Meditation & Pilates, Rebecca connects with each client, encouraging them to explore their own unique practice. Her personal journey has shown her that a steady mindfulness practice is the most direct route to cultivating resilience and maintaining a real-life balance between effort and ease.
An intuitive communicator, Rebecca teaches with plain language, humor and compassion to practitioners of all levels and life-walks.
Originally from the USA, Rebecca moved to Singapore from Toronto. She teaches a wide range of corporate, private and group clientele.
“The basic act of slowing down & finding my breath is crucial to balancing my mind, body & spirit. ‘Starting by stopping,’ even if it’s just for a minute or two, helps me to refocus. When I can find the space between actions and emotions, I can distinguish what’s actually important from the constant noise of everyday life. That goes a long way.”
I am naturally a very fast-paced person & this means I can easily get caught up in thought patterns & behaviors that are counter-productive and sometimes downright destructive because of the resulting stress and anxiety. I practice meditation as a way of slowing down, creating space between my thoughts. It helps me stay calm and massively reduces my natural & behavioral inclination towards stress.
I teach meditation because I see a real need for the kind of stillness and slowing-down that it provides. I see patterns similar to mine in so many other people & I know from experience how much this practice can help. Especially people who are busy with their lives and their jobs – I love getting the chance to help them find space and calm when their world is anything but.
Space 2B is, for me, an exciting opportunity to join a community of facilitators who offer types of meditation and wellness practices to a population of clients who very much need these practices. Wellness practices are increasingly important, and I’m excited to be in a space where this type of work is being done.
Living simply, for me, always comes back to the art of “starting by stopping.” Taking a pause to make a little buffer between oneself and one’s environment gives you the opportunity to listen and distill each moment into what’s really important.