I help older beginners and active individuals find connection, community, and ease through slow paced, accessible mindful movement both on the mat and out in nature.
I only showed up to my first yoga class to get participation points in my pre-med group. I was nervous about meeting the new people in my group and worrying if I was going to do the right thing. After class started, all the anxiety slipped away. I connected to the breath and the movement. That tape in my head that plays all the busy to-do lists and “what ifs” stopped. The way I feel when connected to the internal calm and the community that happens when people gather for class is what keeps me coming back for more. It’s one of the reasons I started teacher training in 2016: to be a conduit of sharing the joy and experience of connection with everyone who shows up and participates.
I love giving students the opportunity to unplug from the busy and connect to what really matters to them. As a forever student, I am constantly learning and finding ways to make yoga accessible, applicable to life off the mat, and fun. My classes are vinyasa based and include a focus on alignment, music with purpose, and opening up to curiosity and possibility. When I’m not teaching, you can find me exploring the outdoors, traveling around the world, or relaxing with a cup of tea and my journal.