My goal is for my students to understand how to integrate mindfulness practices and proper postural body mechanics into their daily activities.
Over 20 years ago, I sought after yoga to learn how to calm myself. From those weekly classes, I noticed physical improvements. I vowed to always be a student and teacher of yoga as it brought balance to my life. I logged over 1000 hours with guru's of Iyengar, Integral, Kripalu, and Anusara styles of yoga.
An injury from a shoulder stand sent me to a Physical Therapist. I knew that I wanted to help others learn their body, and how to prevent and treat pain/injury. I attained a Doctorate degree from the University of St. Augustine and practiced in the areas of Pediatrics, Neurology, and Outpatient therapy.
I continued to study yoga philosophy, form, and therapy. In fact, I will always study yoga and integrate it with my professional background. I teach a strengthening style of yoga with less emphasis on the mainstream idea of yoga stretching. I predominately teach private instruction but have a "chair" yoga class on Tuesdays and Aerial swing yoga class every OTHER Friday.