By supporting the body to be well and the mind to be available, one can contemplate the true nature of the Self. Yoga is more than rolling out a mat and moving your body. A philosophy and way of life, yoga has travelled from India across the world to touch the lives of many fortunate westerners.
I am grateful to be a student of this ancient system that supports deep inquiry and connection. I offer gratitude to my teachers and reverence for the teachings of Yoga.
After completing 200 hour Vinyasa Yoga training with Randelle Lusk in 2017, I was humbled to study Vinyasakrama with Srivatsa Ramaswami in 2019 (Vinyasakrama, Prānāyāma, Mudrās, Dhāranā, Yoga Yājñavalkya) and have pursued additional learning around Therapeutic Yoga through Ajna Yoga Training College . A keen student, I am excited to be studying teachings of The Bhagavad Gītā with Kaya Mindlin.
A social work background and experience in the field of addiction and mental health, as well as my own experience of recovery, informs my approach to supporting individuals and groups through a yoga practice.
Classes are thoughtfully sequenced with focus on presence and breath, and delivered with accessibility in mind. My approach is one of non-urgency, with the intention of supporting awareness and discovery versus that of performance.
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