My mom brought me to my first yoga class when I was a teenager. I wore umbros. It was a Bikram class. I had no idea what I was doing, was sweating buckets, and was by far the youngest in the class. From that point on, though, yoga was always something I wanted to do and learn more about. I came to the mat regularly to help with physical pain and anxiety. Like many others, I found myself and my life unfolding and opening up the more I delved into the practice. By my mid-twenties, I was producing for educational and public broadcasting, and burning out. I went to Kona, Hawaii in 2008 for my first Yoga Teacher Training at the Konalani Yoga Ashram, and have been teaching in Boston area ever since. Since then, I have completed my RYT500 with the Shambhava School of Yoga. I have trained in teaching Kids Yoga, Prenatal Yoga, Ayurveda, Restorative Yoga, and Meditation.
My classes are creative, fun, and playful with focuses on strength, alignment, and mental clarity. I am always reminding my students about their breath. I enjoy getting advanced yogis into crazy postures just as much as I love sharing the magic of tadasana with beginners. I shifted my career because my objective in life is to be of service. While I revel in the looks on your faces when you come out of savasana, my genuine wish for my students is to breathe more, to realize their own strength, to carve out time for themselves as a priority rather than a luxury, and to ultimately feel strong, free, and empowered in their bodies and their minds.