Have you fallen out of your normal health and exercise routines?
The way our days unfold has shifted dramatically, but our personal routines have not kept up with these changes.
Do you feel anxious and overwhelmed?
It can feel like the world is changing in ways that don't support our balance and well-being.
Are you struggling to focus on one thing at a time?
Toxic stress and technology take their toll on our ability to focus. Yet, keeping our minds still and present is key to well-being.
Do you want to start your day feeling revitalized rather than weary?
Starting each day with uncertainty wears us down and drains us.
...even when the day ahead might be full of uncertainties.
It allows you to know what to expect when you rise from bed. It gives you the structure you need to start your day feeling confident rather than anxious. And it allows you to return to your intentions as you progress through the hurdles of the day.
The Rise & Restore morning routine is designed to help you:
- Follow a 3-step morning routine that responds to your new realities.
- Revive your body, mind and spirit, while preparing for the year ahead.
- Introduce strength, serenity and simplicity into your daily practices - providing health, joy and balance into the everyday.
When Erica found mang’Oh, she was running around New York City teaching at various studios, gyms, and living rooms. As creative director and co-owner of the studio, she is inspired by and grateful for all of the students and teachers that call mang’Oh their yoga home.
Erica has a BFA in Ballet and Modern Dance from Texas Christian University, and she received her yoga certification through Laughing Lotus Yoga School.
During the past decade, Sarah has trained hundreds of hours with Bryan Kest, Annie Carpenter, Maty Ezraty, Dharma Mittra and Leslie Kaminoff. Her non-profit work brings her to both Cancer Wellness Centers and low-income high schools throughout Manhattan. She believes that we are all students and to be a teacher one must always be learning. Sarah encourages the connection of mind and body in her classes and celebrates the challenges we greet in our daily lives.