Selamat Datang! I am a wandering Yogini currently living in paradise, also known as Lombok, Indonesia. Lombok is the island next to Bali and we call it Bali's "Unspoiled and wild little sister." I teach yoga and meditation there at Ashtari. I also still teach clients from Los Angeles and San Francisco over Skype.
I completed my yoga teacher training through YogaWorks Los Angeles in 2014 and have been teaching ever since. I also studied pranayama and meditation in Rishikesh, India in early 2017.
My teaching style is to inspire my students to find their highest selves by challenging not only their bodies, but their minds.My classes are all about balance, self-love, integrity, finding your edge and honoring it.
Practice with me and find out for yourself!
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I normally have a omplimentary intro call with students to learn about them, their experience with yoga/meditation/spiritual life coaching, and their goals for working with me.
-200 hour Yoga Teacher Training completed with YogaWorks LA
-OSHO Meditation training, Rishikesh India
-Pranayama training, Avatar Yoga School, Rishikesh India
You can pay for one class at a time or buy a package up front which will have a lower cost per class. Yoga classes are typicaly 75 minutes. Pranayama + meditation sessions are typicallly 30 minutes or one hour.
I started teaching when I realized just how much I had transformed through yoga and spiritual study. I realized it was my responsibility to share what I had learned and help others realize their full potential, live without fear, and in general live happier, fuller lives.
I have worked with just about all walks of life from fit, surfers to serniors. I adapt to the student's physical and mental capabilities.
I would choose someone who you feel comfortable with, someone who inspires you to love yourself more, someone who challenges you and someone you look up to. Ask yourself, will this person help you become the best version of yourself?
Students should think about what they want to change, what they want to focus on when they are both ON the mat and OFF the mat.