As a yoga practitioner and healer, Gail Mann embraces a meditative flow style with an emphasis on alignment, focus and the breath. Through her deep understanding of anatomy, Gail encourages students to explore their inner alignment within the fluidity of movement to uncover the natural flow of life both on and off the mat. Gail is a Certified Yoga Teacher (CYT) and Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-500+). Gail’s 20+ years of yoga practice combines her training in Iyengar, Hatha, and Therapeutic Yoga. Passionate about the benefits of yoga, Gail’s excitement encourages and guides both novice and advanced students to find a sense of peace and relaxation while focusing on the present.
Gail’s company, YogaUnbound, brings mindfulness training to leaders of corporations, non-profit organizations and academic institutions for enhanced decision-making, productivity and stress reduction. In developing leadership programs for entrepreneurs and executives, Gail draws upon her 30 years’ experience in marketing products and services for Fortune 100 and early stage companies. Most recently, she was the Director of Development Communications and Marketing for Partners HealthCare.
Combining leadership and management principles with yoga and meditation techniques, she developed Mindfulness for Leadership and Compassion Program (MLCP) to bring enhanced decision-making, productivity and stress reduction to the workplace.
The MLCP approach and methodology is grounded in leadership principles of the Simmons Leadership Institute, the Institute for Mindful Leadership and the UMASS Medical School’s Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction. A critical guiding principle is emotional intelligence — the ability to silence the internal dialogue and step back to assess, listen and find the stillness to lead our lives with conviction and resilience.
To contact YogaUnbound and find out more about its leadership programs for executive, please email Gail Mann at email@example.com or at 617.512.1559.
Please visit HelloYoga.com to learn more about Gail’s commitment to yoga and mindfulness as a path to living a full life.