Judith Isaacs has been studying yoga since 1988 and teaching since 1994. She has studied in India with the Iyengar family. Mary Dunn was her primary teacher.
Since 1972, Judith has been a teacher of the Alexander Technique, a gentle, hands-on approach to postural alignment and unlearning patterns of tension. She practices Authentic Movement, a contemplative process in which one learns to move from the source.
Judith is also a painter and collagist.
She describes her teaching style as “earthy, challenging, and compassionate.” Her own Iyengar Yoga practice helped her overcome depression. “After some years of practice, it was no longer an issue for me. I owe this to the method’s ability to effect profound changes in the mind and body.”
She offers this advice to new students: “Stick with a teacher you connect with.” From that commitment comes “a deep trust in the teacher and faith in the learning process itself” that creates a foundation on which to develop a solid practice.