What should students expect from your class?
My classes fuse science and art, anatomy and energy, Eastern and Western philosophy – leaving you strong, aligned, and connected to your Self.
Yoga and fitness have always been an integral part of my life. Movement, as I have experienced first-hand and know deeply, is a key ingredient in reclaiming our bodies and selves, restoring balance, and reviving our lives. I am known for my clear, authentic, and non-judgmental teaching style; as well as my ability to weave compassion-centered philosophy and relatable themes through class. I encourage the continuous growth of the physical and spiritual self, offering parts of my Self and the extensive and varied educational findings I have collected through my own life journey.
I have been teaching yoga since 2006 in studios, schools, private residences, and corporations in Toronto and, now, the Lower Mainland. I am Hatha-trained (through a 320-hour program with The Yoga Studio Toronto) under the mentorship of Cynthia Cooperstone, Michael Siddall, Vieslav Krystyan, and others who have modeled authenticity and joy in the practice and instruction of yoga. I am a lifelong student and my curiosity and zest for growth will always keep me seeking. My classes respect the differences in our bodies, our goals, our backgrounds, our stories. I acknowledge the rich and wise roots of yoga and offer up my own extensive experience with holistic health.
In addition to being a yogini, I am a trained naturopathic doctor since 2011 (knowledge from which is often woven into class), a mother since 2015, an artist at heart since birth, a healer throughout the ages, and a lioness.
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