Yoga for me is a living and evolving wisdom tradition that I am honored to be a part of. It is and has been a system for helping me to experience what it means to unite with my Higher Self. Some of the great side effects of my practice have been greater health, mobility, flexibility, concentration and Grace. My hope is to share these teachings with you in a way that is approachable, inspiring and helpful.
In 2008 I studied with a teacher from India intensively for one year in Raja Yoga, and from there had a deep understanding of the transformative power of the practices yoga gifts us with. I went on to complete 500 hour YTT in Kundalini and Hatha Yoga, and another 500 hour YTT at Kripalu. In 2020, I graduated from the California College of Ayurveda.
These days I'm quite curious about in-depth study of Ayurveda and Yoga combined, and am learning from teachers such as Scott Blossom, Claudia Welch and Dr. Svoboda. There is definitely a strong part of me that has a drive and desire to explore the holistic medicine side of yoga ' ayurveda' and understand how both practices unite for physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing.
When not teaching yoga, or offering thai massage and ayurveda sessions, my life is full enjoying my 1.5 year old, and navigating family life with my additional two bonus kids (step kids) and taking sauna and spa days off.