Yoga happened to me by accident. After years in the corporate world, I gained strength on many fronts, but, not on my back. Eventually, I left my fulfilling corporate life to take care of my troubled back. That's when I turned to yoga and haven't stopped since. The more I practiced yoga, the more curious I became about my body and that ultimately led me to sign up for Yoga Teacher Training (YTT). It was not my intention to become a teacher as I already had my own communications consulting and my days were packed with my social activities and hobbies including pottery. To my surprise, teaching grew in me. The more I teach, the more I got inspired and committed towards my yoga practitioners' growth and development. Being a Professional Coach as well, I see a lot of similarities between the two practices. Mindfulness, stillness, breath, presence, listening to name a few. I follow Baptiste Yoga philosophy as I believe in being authentic, reflecting inwards and focusing on your own inner power and strength for greater power, joy, and fulfillment.