My first experiences with yoga began 5 years ago – dabbling in a few books and YouTube videos, I knew that I had something substantial in my hands but could never have imagined the profound effect that it would have on my life. A year later, going through a transition in my life, the practice came into my path again. I walked into that first formal group class with an open heart, looking for some sense of grounding. The practice was messy, raw, and entirely a disaster but something had changed – I had found what I was looking for.
As I continued to deepen my practice, the subtleties and nuances of yoga began to emerge in various forms. I found myself embedded in a strong, supportive community and my body and mind were just taking it all in. The decision to take the practice to another level and share my love of yoga with others came so naturally.
I have had the privilege of studying with Ted Grand, Jessica Robertson, Frank Jude Boccio, Pierre Desjardin and Mira Shani in my journey to complete the 500 hour Moksha Yoga training. More recently I have worked with Susi Hately of Functional Synergy and of course gained invaluable knowledge from my peers in the yoga community as well as the amazing students that cross my path. Having come from an artistic background my teaching style reflects a love of art in the movements combined with a natural interest in anatomy and the mechanics of the human body. Every person’s journey with yoga is uniquely different and it’s truly a joy to be a part of that experience. Whether you’re looking for an introduction to the practice, one-on-one instruction or a group setting let’s meet on the mat and learn from one another.