Vision: to serve the yoga community by providing a safe environment for people to realize the physical and spiritual gift already inside them. Inspire people to live a life free of fear and full of love.
A self-described “thinker”, Andrea spent the majority of her life in Northern California before moving to Central Florida in 2015. Her thirst for knowledge has her constantly needing to know more. Her witty humor could be missed if you are not paying close attention. Expect a teacher that is mindful, generous and strong. She enjoys focusing on individual body needs and proper alignment. Teaching students how to make the pose work their body, instead of forcing the body into the pose.
Her classes are for all students beginning and intermediate looking for a strong foundation to deepen their practice. Props are welcomed and encouraged. Learn to stop comparing yourself to others and appreciate your body.
Andrea also enjoys all things creative (painting, drawing, etc), playing the guitar and animals.
Andrea started taking yoga in 2010 when she moved from California to Maryland. In and effort to create an exercise routine and to meet new people she signed up for a class at the community center. She was very lucky that the teacher was an amazing yogi that taught classes all over the area. The class was amazing and the peace she felt after her first class had her hooked. Andrea had no idea at the time that there was more to yoga than Asana practice. She started to explore yoga for depression and anxiety taught by a yoga therapist, this is when she began to recognized the emotional and spiritual benefits. Since then Andrea has taken countless classes and workshops. Andrea’s teaching style has been inspired by her teachers Satyam Kumar, Pat Simpson, Gary Kraftsow, Krista Masters and Shelly Kwiatkouski. I have completed the RYS 200 Hour YA teacher training program at Hot House Yoga with Shelly Kwiatkouski, 25 Hour YA Viniyoga Institute Heart Mind Retreat with Gary Kraftsow, and the 20 Hour Intensive with Phillip Askew.