I believe in the power of intention – that connecting to this place within us is the seed from which our whole life unfolds.
I teach folks alignment, awareness, strength and breath as tools to attune to our innermost resources. You will move at a pace that taps into your own breath and power – expect to work hard, look within, have a profound experience of your body and capacity, and savor deeply your own experience on your mat.
I've been a lover and teacher of this practice for over 13 years, and it still continues to heal my body and heart - restoring my faith in myself and the beauty of life daily.
In 2016 I experienced a series of injuries that landed me in the hospital for 4 months. The healing crisis that followed have only deepened my capacity and understanding in helping others with any level of injuries as well as chronic pain, stress-related disorders, severe insecurity, anxiety, and more.
I am currently completing my herbalist certification through Rosemary Gladstar’s online school The Science and Art of Herbalism, one of the foremost western classical herbalism schools available today. I also continue my in depth studies of plant medicine through doTERRA’s continuing education programs, through my studies with Peter Holmes of Snow Lotus, and am in the midst of a two year holistic live-in apprenticeship program for women leaders.
We are living in overwhelming and disconcerting times. My hope is to share a piece of what has worked profoundly for myself over the years - and for yogis for centuries.
I am here for you as you move through your own work in this world. in joy,
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We usually will have a phone conversation to make sure I am the right person to support them in their needs and get an understanding of what they are looking for. If people contact me directly throught my website and book a lesson, they will be prompted to fill out some questions in the booking process so I know a bit of what is going on with them and why they are seeking yoga. Once we meet in person we will talk more and I can develop a practice plan for them that includes yoga, breathwork and therapeutic movement practices.
I have completed 3 different yoga teacher trainers and studied extensively compiling over 5,000 hours of training. I've also taught groups of students how to teach yoga and graduated around 80 students from teacher training programs.
One of my yoga teachers insisted that I take up sharing and teaching the practice with others, in time I became her asistant and eventually went on to teach and further my studies from there.
All kinds and ages. I've worked with a lot of older folks and aging populations. I've worked with people in wheelchairs and with conditions such a parkinsons and MS. I've also worked with young fit people who just wanted to progress their yoga and deepen their experience of their practice.
I would advise them to get on the phone with the teacher first if you can and get a feeling for them. I would say, look for a teacher who has at minimum 5 years teaching experience, especially if you are working with injuries or health concerns.