What should students expect from your class?
A lighthearted, thoughtful and dynamic exploration of shapes and breath guided by music to fuel your movement.
I took my first class in 2003 and quickly found, in the busyness of life, a challenging practice of coming home to myself. Over the years yoga has invited me to come back to the present moment, breathe through tension and grief, increase mobility and flexibility, and build strength. After many years of classes, workshops, and trainings, I began teaching in 2019.
My teaching is influenced and informed by many lineages and modalities including Vinyasa, Flow, Vinyasa Krama, Hatha, Restorative, Iyengar, Anusara, Movement Method, Mindfulness, and Pranayama. My classes are creative and intentional. Each breath, each movement is an opportunity to find balance – between strength and softness, form and function, rigidity and fluidity. I am passionate about daily movement on and off the mat and sharing yoga in community is my favorite way to explore the ways we can move through the world.