What should students expect from your class?
A soothing experience you can melt into, blended with the guidance to tap into your own power and strength.
I have always been enamoured with physical movement and felt empowered by its therapeutic benefits. It wasn’t until my early teenage years that I was first introduced to the Yoga Asana and it has forever changed the way I experience the world around me. I fell in love with the external expression of the practice, but also felt illuminated by its internal teachings. For many years, my passion for yoga, tempered by a background in strength training, has provided me a perfect, harmonious balance for body and mind.
I have studied psychology with a major in counselling, completed my 200-Hour, YHot, and Yin Teacher Training. While I currently teach in-studio and offer private lessons, I will forever be a student – sharing my knowledge is as much a step in my own learning experience as is it my students’.
In my classes, we integrate the physical experience into spiritual awareness by cultivating focus, reflection, and exploring areas of ourselves that may be unfamiliar. For the duration of class, it’s just you, your body, your breath, and nothing else. As an introvert, this practice is a time and place where I feel especially at home – it is my purpose as a teacher to make my students feel the same.