What should students expect from your class?
To rise beyond what they believe they are capable of and encounter the new.
In the mid 1990s I became a yoga student after obtaining Reiki and Shiatsu certifications, Around the same time, I began to study Ayurveda, one of the worlds’ oldest healing systems. I attained my first YOGA ALLIANCE certification in 2005. Since then I have accumulated over 400 hours of various certifications including Tune Up Level One, Ball Rolling, Joga for Athletes, Ashtanga, Anusara, Jivamukti, Hot Yoga, Yoga Therapy, Yin, Restorative and Mov Nat.
My passion for learning inspired me to study with Ultimate Human Performance, TRX; and along with Downhill Skiing, Nordic Skiing and Indoor Cycling certifications, I am now embarking on becoming a mountain bike coach, which keeps me honest to my roots as an athlete.
I believe my Wilderness Remote First Responder First Aid certification and years of teaching skiing at a heli-ski resort has set me on the path of becoming year-round certified in the backcountry. Since 2008 I have integrated teachings from Dhyan Vimal, Founder of Friends to Mankind and the Dhyan Vimal Institute for Higher Learning, into my classes for they inspire me to be the best I can be — for when we all rise as individuals — humanity will rise.