By supporting the body to be well and the mind to be available, one can contemplate the true nature of the Self.
I am grateful to be a student of the teachings of yoga which support deep inquiry and connection.
Quite likely the greatest impact on my understanding and approach to yoga thus far comes from a superb study of the Bhagavad Gītā with Kaya Mindlin through 2019-2020. I acknowledge the influence of western colonial perspective on my understanding of yoga, and am committed to continued study of Advaita Vedānta (non-duality).
My practice and offerings are guided by personal experience of recovery from an eating disorder, head-on collision and addiction, as well as a social work background focused within the field of mental health and addiction.
It is through my own unlearning, study and healing that I aspire to support you in your personal transformation.
Classes are thoughtfully delivered with focus on presence, breath and accessibility.
My approach is one of non-urgency, with the intention of supporting awareness and discovery.
Contact for information and coordination of private or small group classes.
300 hour Advanced Teacher of Therapeutic Yoga Training - Ajna Yoga Training College (in progress)
45 hour study Bhagavad Gītā - Kaya Mindlin (2019-2020)
100 hour Vinyasakrama (Vinyasakrama, Prānāyāma, Mudrās, Dhāranā, Yoga Yājñavalkya) -Srivatsa Ramaswami (2019)
200 hour Vinyasa Yoga - Randelle Lusk (2017)
Bachelor of Social Work - University of Calgary (2013)