In the end, we realize how simple life is when we accept this moment, just as it is, without pretending to be other than who we are. This is grace in action and the culmination of iRest.
Life can be hard. iRest can help. iRest® Yoga Nidra is an evidence-based transformative practice of deep relaxation and meditative inquiry that releases negative emotions and thought patterns, calms the nervous system, and develops an inner state of well-being andRead more
The Ease of Being: iRest Meditation Course
Join Pam Roberts, IRI Certified iRest Meditation Teacher® for this introductory meditation course beginning Thursday, April 26, 2018. iRest is a trauma sensitive practice that has been used extensively as a treatment protocol for PTSD. Pam is offering free spaces in this course to First Responders.
Dive Deep - Healing Core Wounds Amidst Spiritual Awakening
Advanced iRest Course with Pam Roberts beginning Saturday, April 28, 2018. Limited Spaces.
Spring Session 2018 - Now registering for May
Looking for a safe place to discover an authentic practice of yoga and meditation? New to yoga and meditation or practicing for awhile, Maha is the place to be. We offer classes for adults, children and youth.
Yoga- Family Style
How about a play date with family? Join Pam for this playful approach to yoga, Saturday, April 28, 2018.
What does a 1:1 session have to offer you? Pam has been teaching for over a decade and has acquired over 1000 hours of formal training. Her extensive training, teaching experience and personal life experience has supported her in developing anRead more
What Students Say
I have taken classes from Pam for several years. She is a gifted teacher. She combines her knowledge of various yoga practices, Reiki, and her teaching background in a way that enlivens the body and awakens the soul.
Pam is the kindest person I know. She fosters an environment where students are supportive of one another. Pam is intuitive and able to read the energy of her classes; she encourages her students to accept everything as it happens, that suffering exists when we don’t accept what is. My life is profoundly different than it was six years ago. I thank Pam and the other teachers and students of Maha Yoga for the roles that they have played in my journey.