I have been practicing yoga throughout my life, being brought up primarily in the teachings of Yogi Bhajan. In becoming a mother, I began a more regular, dedicated practice of yoga, finding it strengthening for my body, calming for my mind and healing for my spirit. Today, yoga philosophy is engrained in almost every aspect of my life.
I have worked in the alternative health field for almost 15 years as a colon hydrotherapist, Community Herbalist, Reiki practitioner and certified nutritional coach. I received my 200-hour Yoga Alliance certification at the Yoga Source and am currently working towards my 500-RYT certification at the Asheville Yoga Center.
Being a life-long student, I am always finding new ways to strengthen my own practice along with my students’. My intention is to create a safe and nurturing yoga class where each student feels empowered in the body they bring to the mat that day. My focus is to guide my students into a holistic self-awareness through conscious alignment and mindful breath, uniting the body, mind and spirit.