Yoga is union and I try to blend as many modalities of yoga and teaching which I hope is a different experience every time you come to class. I aspire to make our yoga experience vibrant, honest, spontaneous – and fun! My classes range in structure, but are consistently deep and intense. I love when we find muscles in the body that we never knew existed. I once heard someone say, “change can happen in one breath” – yoga is the opportunity for that transformational breath. I love music in class because it adds a wonderful layer to our environment and state of mind. I play everything from world beats to rock.
My interest in Yoga began after the events of 9/11, which left me quite unsettled. I realized I needed a path to develop my internal strengths and spiritual being. I immediately began intensive studying at Shoshoni Ashram in Boulder, Co. It was at this ashram where I earned my first 200 hours of certification.
After leaving Colorado, and returning to Danville, I began to teach. I have continued to learn and grow, as well as continue on with additional teacher trainings. Earning another 200 hour teaching certificate with Clayton Horton/ Greenpath Yoga, 30 hours with Shiva Rea, and most recently, 100 hours with Rusty Wells. I have also studied with Ana Forrest, Tony Briggs and Mary Lynn Fitton.
“Let me keep my mind on what matters, which is my work,
which is mostly standing still and learning to be astonished.”