I remember the first time I walked into a class, which was probably in 2005 so I would have been 21 years old. While in college, I rented a room in a house that actually had an operating yoga studio in the living room. One day I wandered downstairs. I was always curious about it. I loved the movement and the philosophy and everything that I saw. I have had a lot of life experience since then with my health, my spirituality, despair, and have found that it was yogic tradition (whether I knew it or not) that always restored me to life.
Now, I’ve established a strong practice again and I can’t wait to share the love I feel in my heart.
My degree is in language studies and psychology. I’ve worked in restaurants, publishing, building sound equipment, preschool classrooms, substance abuse rehabilitation. I love the arts, music, cooking, and travel.
I am so honored and grateful for the opportunity to have a practice in my life and it seems that the more I learn about it, the more I learn about everything. Yoga, or union with life, can be found in anything - anything that aides the ebb and flow of life within. I want everyone to find freedom from their asthma, broken bones, aching muscles, racing minds, and sense of bondage. And I want to help my students create a space they can’t wait to be in, both on and off the mat.
“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.”
― Oscar Wilde