Yoga found me about ten years ago. It started as a purely physical practice then slowly, slowly, bit by bit the more subtle aspects of yoga revealed themselves to me. My body became stronger, my breath deeper, my mind stiller and my attitude, or spirit, more positive. My once a week practice turned into twice a week, three times a day. You get the picture!
I don't just mean standing like a tree or balancing on my head either. You can 'do' yoga walking down the street, interacting with others, doing your job or hobby, watching a sunset and yes, balancing on your head!
After yoga became integral to my being I journeyed to India to study for my 200hr Yoga Alliance Teaching Certification with Tribe Yoga, where ancient teachings were married with modern anatomical focus.
After establishing my teaching practice, I returned to India and travelled to Rishikesh at the foothills of the Himalayas where I completed my 500hr Yoga Alliance certification. Since then I have studied with some of the worlds leading teachers including Richard Freeman, Manju Jois, Shiva Rea, David Swenson, Jason Crandell, Max Strom, Rod Stryker, Anodea Judith and Mimi Kuo-Deemer amongst others.
In my most recent trip to India I studied Buddhist meditation at Tushita in Dharamsala, home of the Dalai Lama.
Also this year I became an associate teacher on the Centric School of Yoga 200hr TTC.
I continue to be a diligent student of yoga and feel blessed to share my knowledge with others. Namaste to you all.