I love yoga! I truly do. I love it for who it has helped me to become and for how I see others transformed. For a long time, I dabbled in yoga. I fit it in where I could, given a super busy schedule as a software development consultant.  In 2004, after 14+ years of being a desk/airport-jockey software programmer/consultant, I needed a major change. I was making money, but losing sanity. 2004 was also the year that, after much encouragement from the wise-beyond-years man in my life, we got our first ever dog, Seabiscuit.

My life was filled with love, but somehow still a little empty. I felt called to yoga, not to fill this emptiness, but with the simple sense of being drawn to my mat time and time again. Each time, I practiced, I felt better than when I started – no exceptions. I continue to find this remarkable. No other activity quite compares. These experiences somehow led me to walk away from my job, embrace the unknown and enroll in yoga teacher training. These past 5+ years of teaching have been challenging, uplifting and one of the best decisions I have ever made.

As an avid yoga practitioner and teacher, I strive to create an open and safe environment in which new and experienced students can comfortably practice. My ashtanga-based vinyasa style teaching focuses on helping students establish a rhythm using breath and movement while strengthening their bodies and creating stillness in their minds. Above all, I consider yoga to be an exploration of self – where I encourage students to turn their attention inward to understand what is real in each moment.  I currently teach group and private lessons in the Greater Boston area.

Find out more at Lynne’s yoga website, omcircleyoga.com

2 thoughts on “About

  1. wpadmin

    Hi Jillian,

    I share your passions for writing and yoga. I’d love to see your piece related to yoga and cancer.
    Do you have a blog of your own? Looking forward to hearing from you.


  2. Olga

    Dear Lynne.
    I’m a yoga teacher in Ukraine. I love your blog! Your class sequences
    inspire me.
    I have taken part of your class sequences and used in my classes.
    Thanks for these classes. I ask permission in order to post your class sequences on my blog ( http://yoga-practice.org/). I will link to your site. I’ll be waiting your answer.
    Thanks to you for all!
    Sorry for my english.


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