Yoga for Transformation Resilience & Healing
May the space between where you are now and where you want to be inspire you.
As an artist, I create beauty with joy, and find inspiration in everything. The last five years have been a journey, since my son, Josh, died. I continue to navigate grief and joy, in harmony. I AM still becoming.
Approaching life and yoga with compassion and grace, my classes are deeper and more meaningful. It's my honor to guide students to their own healing, freedom, and liberation. Breathe and receive. Embrace the magic and the mystery of it ALL. The light and the shadow. Discover your true nature.
Creating prayer beads and devotional jewelry with crystals and gemstones is my working meditation. I love to design spiritual and vibrational pieces to support you on your path. It's always amazing, when the right person finds the right piece that speaks to them.
I see life as an adventure. Tomorrow is not promised to any of us. Even so, I am happy and hopeful. I move forward, one foot in front of the other, joyfully. Ready to embrace what's to come. I do what I love, and love what I do, with gratitude.
"First you wake up to your Light.
Then you wake up to your Shadow.
Then you wake up to Your Self."
Judy Milton’s charming studio in her backyard creates a calm start to her yoga session. As a client and friend, I have found a unique peace about Judy Milton’s yoga practice. It melts me. Her quiet, friendly manner is inviting. Perhaps it is because Judy is an amazing listener with a delightful sense of humor. It helps her be adaptable to a client’s personal needs.
The path that Judy has taken to become a yoga teacher naturally lead her in the field of grief yoga. She first reached out to support others who deal with stress, thus providing yoga instruction for first responders, like firefighters and police officers. Judy has traveled the country to train and enrich her practice. She has worked in small and large studios in our area. Her ease of connecting with all ages of men and women, and her curiosity to strengthen mind and spirit has also helped her. With the sudden loss of her son, Judy found the strength to heal herself along with others. She is a remarkable study of courage.
Her practice for the last four years has been both a serious personal healing and a heart-opening adventure. Lucky all of us who have been enriched by her honest nature —she fills us with light.