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My son Taber and I are co-teaching an online, live MAMA + CHILD MEDITATION CLASS Monday, May 20th 6-7pm Eastern  *** Open to all other mamas/children who want to nurture their relationship with each other and practice various forms of mindfulness, particularly mindful silent meditation and mindful meditation through song. *** $25 *All proceeds going…(Read More)

In this circle no fear

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In this circle, no fear In this circle, deep peace In this circle, great happiness In this circle, safety  We gathered by the sea. Women who hold space for thresholds. Women who hold the hands of the birthing and the dying.  We gathered to learn, share, inspire, restore. Through yoga, meditation, open discussion, and deep…(Read More)

Mirroring Each Other

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Every Sunday evening I teach an all-levels Kripalu Yoga class. Students gather and set up their space with mat/props. I welcome each person. Kripalu Yoga practice offers a restorative way to conclude a busy week. The energy is calm and soft. There isn’t too much I’d change about the studio. I…(Read More)

Yoga Testimonials

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Yoga Testimonials for Amy Wright Glenn “Amy’s teaching style draws you into the heart of practice, breathing the body into connections with self, spirit, and the universe.” “Amy has a soothing voice and calming presence. She guides with care. She reminds us why we are there.” “Amy holds a space that honors each individual…(Read More)

In addition to short professional reviews published in “Birth, Breath, and Death,” there are many reviews of my book available online. Here is an inspiring review featured in HuffPost by Camalo Gaskin, founder of BIRTHtoBIRTH. She writes powerfully and examines the role midwives/doulas for the birthing and dying serve in our society. “Is there…(Read More)

When He Naps

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When he naps, I meditate. I nurse him down to sleep. Milk and song mingle together and soon his breath moves into the rhythms of dreamland. We breathe together as a calm, holy, wonder moves through the house. Toys are still. Dishes are done and the leaves outside dance in the wind. I stay home…(Read More)

Mommy and Me Yoga

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I taught my first meditation class when I was 19-years-old. Having recently returned from living abroad in Jerusalem and India, I was on fire with the transformative power of meditation. Soon, I added teaching asana to the mix. These are the physical postures for which yoga is famous. In my twenties, I became…(Read More)

As we move into the Thanksgiving season, the vibrant energy of loving-kindness offers true sustenance. The importance of delicious holiday food pales in comparison to the love of family and friends. The presence of loving-kindness constitutes what matters most around the Thanksgiving table. However, some of us arrive at Thanksgiving celebrations with trepidation…(Read More)

Prenatal Yoga

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Originally published in International Doula Magazine. Many pregnant women know that the practice of prenatal yoga asanas (postures) is helpful for in staying in shape through pregnancy and preparing for childbirth. In fact, most of the women in my prenatal yoga classes are entirely new to yoga and are inspired to try these ancient postures…(Read More)