My yoga journey has been one of of growth and find peace outside of my comfort zone. Growing up in Korea, I wasn’t much of an athlete, to be honest. I then found yoga, and took up Hatha and Vinyasa for about 5 years. In 2009, I moved to New York and accidentally stumbled into a Bikram Yoga studio. I had no idea what Bikram Yoga was; I didn’t even bring a bottle of water! I don’t know how I survived that first class, but I was definitely hooked. I did a 10-days intro, and then went straight into two 30-days challenges. I would practice 5-6 days a week, until the studio owner encouraged me to participate in the 2012 USA Yoga NY Regional Championship. I went for it and it was a truly inspiring experience, learning from great Yogis and Yoginis. Bikram Yoga had given me back my sense of strength and peace in the the overwhelming rat race of a Big Apple. So it didn't take me long to figure out that I wanted to share my experience with others too. I left my job as paralegal, and embarked on this great journey to become a Yoga Teacher in the Fall of 2012. After graduation, I traveled the world, teaching and learning from wonderful human beings in the US, Mexico, Brazil, Kenya, London, Scotland, Ireland, Switzerland, Norway, Sweden, Austria, Thailand, Korea and UAE. It’s been an amazing and humbling journey.