My longtime beloved teacher once shared that she didn’t consider herself a “teacher”, she was just a committed practitioner who shared her practice with others.  This deeply resonated and it is what I bring to my own teaching.  I’ve had a committed home practice for over 20 years now.  I started practicing at home rather than at a studio so I could flow at my own pace and sequence what was needed for my own body on any given day (this was before online yoga, mind you). But prior to starting my home practice I was at the studio every day, hungry to learn from my teachers.  Every yoga teacher starts as a student.  And it is with this in mind that I teach and feel honored to share.

I teach what I practice, which is a balance of Yin Yoga, seated postures held passively for 3-5 minutes, and Yang Yoga, the more active practice that people know as Slow Flow, always infused with mindfulness and pranayama.

Additionally I teach workshops and classes integrating Yin Yoga and Internal Family Systems (IFS), a psychotherapeutic healing modality.