Pamela Ocana

Orlando, FL
United States
Average: 5.0 of 5 stars

2 Reviews

I grew up in the East with a certain stillness that became essential to me. Later on when I discovered Yoga, I felt that I had found a system of practices, including philosophy and psychology, that fully met my needs of both self-understanding and growth, while also serving others in a shared journey towards deeper wellbeing. I have studied Yoga in America and Europe and teach Hatha within the framework of Raja Yoga, so a typical class is taught in silence, including poses (Asanas), practiced with non-harming (Ahimsa), truthfulness/honesty (Satya) and contentment (Samtosha), breathing control exercises (Pranayama), withdrawal of the senses (Pratyahara), concentration (Dharana), and other gentle practices such as visualizations that help make the Yoga class a totally cleansing, balancing and revitalizing experience.

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Average: 5.0 of 5 stars

2 Reviews

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Reserved
Very Friendly
More Hands off
Frequent Adjustments
New Teacher
Very Experienced
On the Wild Side
Safety Oriented
Body Focused
Very Spiritual

Reviews

Average: 5.0 of 5 stars

Pamela has been my teacher for a long time. She is, at least to me, a perfect yoga teacher because, beyond what happens in the yoga mat, she is there with me on every path I take. And on each path i find not only support, but also teaching. She is my mentor in my own spiritual path and i could bot be more grateful that this life put us together.

Average: 5.0 of 5 stars
An expert instructor who really cares...

I am very thankful to have Pamela Ocana as my teacher. Pamela has a vast knowledge and deep understanding of the yoga practice. She passes along her experience to her students in an exuberant, generous, and nurturing way. It is evident that Pamela cares about what is best for each and every one of her students. Attending her classes is a joy and benefit for mind, body, and spirit.

Pamela OcanaNovember 22, 2015
I am very thankful, too!

Kellie, dear, thank you for sharing your sentiment. Yoga's gifts have been passed on from teacher to student since an ancient oral tradition. I am honored and happy to be your teacher for you are such an honest, enthusiastic seeker, a sensitive artist... if the practice resonates with you the way it does, then something is being done just right! Best to you in your Yogic journey! Namaste...