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This profile was last updated on 11/6/11  and contains information from public web pages.
Reiki Master

Employment History

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  • Registered Yoga Teacher
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About Our Instructors, 6 Nov 2011 [cached]
Karen B. Maute, Registered Yoga Teacher, Reiki II Practioner
Karen received certification from the North Carolina School of Yoga in 2004 and expresses gratitude to Chandra Om and her guru Sri Dharma Mittra.
Karen is grateful for the instructors and therapist who have honored the Center with their commitment and contributions by encouraging and promoting wellness in our community. She appreciates all who have visited the Center and lovingly reflects on those who have incorporated yoga into their daily lives. She's always excited when a "newbie" comes to class! Inhale...exhale.
Danville Yoga & Meditation Center Instructors Page, 6 July 2009 [cached]
Karen B. Maute (Registered Yoga Teacher, Meditation Facilitator)
Karen and her family have lived in Danville since 1986. She began her practice of yoga in her late forties "...and I have been slowly moving toward union and balance. She completed her study of Hatha Yoga in April of 2004 at the North Carolina School of Yoga. Karen may be reached at the Center (434) 822-0007 or (434) 797-3460.
Karen ..., 26 May 2011 [cached]
Karen Maute Danville Yoga and Meditation Center
Danville Register Bee | The essence of living healthy, 15 Jan 2006 [cached]
For Karen Maute of Danville Yoga and Meditation Center, the best New Year's resolutions are those that focus on one's state of mind.
It's not so much where you go and what you do, but how you get there, she said.
Simple exercises that anyone can do anywhere and anytime can affect that mindset and lead to a greater overall sense of well-being.
"People are under chronic stress in this day and age," Maute said.
She recommends a simple breath-awareness exercise during which a person breathes in and out deeply through the nose, focusing only on the breath.
As stray thoughts occur, acknowledge them, but do not react, she said.
"Bring your present moment awareness back to the breath," she said.
The practice of yoga brings about relaxation and introspection, which in turn reduces the level of the stress hormone cortisol in the body, according to Maute.Less cortisol enhances weight-loss efforts, and the stretching, tensing and relaxing of muscles through yoga results in improved circulation, more oxygenated muscles and often relief from physical and mental pain, she said.
Striving toward goals is OK, Maute said, but making changes that lead to an inner sense of "fitness" is far more important.
"Yoga and meditation help you to formulate that plan to get there," she said.
Meditation Teachers And Centers Southeastern US, 10 Feb 2007 [cached]
Karen B. Maute
Danville Yoga & Meditation Center 4972-B Riverside Drive, Danville, VA
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