Teaching Philosophy

I have been practicing yoga since 2009. My own yoga and meditation practices have not only challenged me physically, but provided paths to cultivate greater self-awareness and a deeper sense of empowerment. Creating more accessible opportunities to share the power of yoga and mindfulness with the communities I love is a passion and focus for me.

In 2013 participated in a yoga teacher training with Ana Hough of A2 Yoga. I believe my role as a yoga teacher is to hold space for you to safely and courageously connect with and learn about yourself. I find the communal aspect of group classes important and inspiring. My classes are generally Vinyasa style but often interlace aspects of Hatha for a balance of flow and stability.

For those who are interested I also recommend private lessons as an opportunity to focus on your unique needs, whether therapeutic, athletic, emotional, or otherwise. Private lessons may also incorporate mindfulness, wellness coaching, and other modalities.

I am also able to provide customized yoga, mindfulness/meditation and radical self-care workshops for businesses, organizations, schools, and community groups.