Yoga/Pilates/stretchOlogy

Yoga/Pilates/stretchOlogy

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Hello There! Jewels here, the Khaleesi of movement and mother of a cute Shih-Tzu! I'd love to work with you via movement and breathe to reach you personal goals... Let's flow together and celebrate all victories no matter how small the seem to be! NAMASTE!

Helping clients reconnect with their body is my absolute passion. I love the pleasure it brings to everyday people in their everyday life.  In fact, I obtain my training in both yoga and Pilates to help my grandparents stretch in their elder years. I have a great ability to connect with people, I like to say it is my super power. I say this because it is a major factor to my success in my career and in life! 

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Phoenix, AZ 85013
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Step 1: Introduction via phone conservation to discuss injuries, areas of interest, etc.

Step 2: Meeting will be held in person, we will go over everything discussed over the phone, and transition into movement and/or breathe work.

Step 3: Create plan of action including: frequency of meeting and scheduling future sessions.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Bachelor of Art in Psychology from ASU West

200hr teacher training in Yoga from Sonic Yoga

Pilates Apperatus trainng from The Lab


How did you get started teaching?

I began instructing in NYC, after receiving my TT at Sonic Yoga. I lead community donation classes for year, during this time I really prefected my art.


What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with student from all works of life: young, old, super flexible to no flexibility.


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I spent December in the NYC and it was a wonderful time to be there and experience the city with holiday decorations and festive window displays! Not to mention, a priceless chance to visit with my brother and nephews.


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Make sure you feel comfortable enough to ask as many questions as needed! No question is a dumb one, however it is silly not ask!


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

What do you want to accomplish? Is there a specific goal?

What is your expectation of each session?

How much input do you want to have in creating a plan of action?

Do you have any injuries you would to discuss? Is this leading you towards movements?

What do you want to feel at the end of each session?