First of all, I have a pay what you can policy. If you can't afford a class, pay what you can.
I've rambled all over these United States, meeting a plethora of people from coast to coast, discovering genuine kindness in strangers and learning humility from homeless gurus. Living out of a backpack and sleeping under bridges, I sought to strip away the nonessentials to see what life was really about. I've practiced yoga on the side of the road, studied in city libraries as I passed through, and strove to develop real connections with each temporary human interaction I had. I have a unique set of life lessons to bring to the mat, emphasizing the importance of self-love, interconnectedness, and cultivating contentment through our hardest challenges.
I first discovered yoga as a teenager, using it to relieve severe depression and lethargy. I've used the tools of yoga to tame a wildly chaotic and self deprecating mind. Traveling around the country I saw many people living in pain without end. I see no better use of my time than sharing the powerful tools of yoga with others. My classes point to the bigger yoga process which ultimately we practice off the mat, in our day to day lives - the process of moving toward balance.