When I release into the embrace of Keith’s class, I release into a wonderous blend of postures for my mind and body. Lead by Keith’s deep reassuring voice, I breath in, I breath out, I move into the posture, hold, feel the sensation, move out of the posture, do nothing, and then move into the next posture over and over and over again, letting go more easily with each class into deep shavasana as a bit more of my true self emerges into the final 0M of that class. Ahhhhh. Listen to my heart beat. Keith is one of the very few yoga teachers I have found over the years whose approach to yoga merges with mine both on and off the mat.