Beth O'Reilly


A Healing Mudra Pose After years of modern dance training and performing, Beth began her yoga practice in 2000.

She quickly discovered that a regular yoga practice could reduce stress, heal injuries, and deepen her connection to what she values most in life.

After years of practice as a student, Beth was ready to take her yoga to the next level - as an instructor. She achieved her teacher training certification through CorePower Yoga 2007 and completedtraining programs with Silver Age Yoga and Dynamic Systems Rehabilitation in 2005.

Beth is the South San Diego

Area Leader.

Whether creating custom classes for individuals with disabilities or teaching classes in the studio, Beth draws upon her alignment based dance background to create a fun

yet mindful practice for her students.

Her love and passion for yoga shine through.

Beth has a Bachelor’s of Science Degree from SDSU

in Kinesiology with a specialization in Fitness, Nutrition and Health.

When she is not at the yoga studio she enjoys hiking, attending dance concerts and exploring new restaurants! 

Mantra Music: Ong Namo by Snatam Kaur

Ong Namo -I bow to the subtle divine wisdomGuru Dev Namo - I bow to the divine teacher within."Live in Concert" by Snatam Kaur available at

The Stone Pose

The Stone Pose

Sit firmly on ground in a comfortable position.

Draw both knees to chest.

Arms wrap around

below knee area.

Head rests on top of knees.

(as shown above)

Physically helps

THIS region: Stretches all regions of neck, back, hips

& groin area.

Mentally helps

THIS region:

Closes out all visual distractions.

Emotionally helps

THIS region:

Brings complete balance to the emotions' for as we quiet the mind, we quiet the emotions.

Spiritually helps THIS region:

This position draws one’s spirit within deeper, creating deep stillness within ~

an oasis of peace.

Please Note: 

Good opening pose after basic exercises & good closing pose to*"Return to Home."

Also, the 2nd best for deep trauma & loss of any kind next to Child’s pose.

The longer Stone pose is held, the deeper effects one experiences.

*Don’t hold pose too long,

if not very flexible.

(some samples below)

Click on pic below to enlarge 

Email Beth:

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