Before I started working with Yoga on a daily basis, I had been feeling pretty low and sickly for close to a year. I was taking herbs for various issues. The herbs were helping, but I still had little stamina or energy, until I committed to Yoga.
To me, The Yin or feminine side of Yoga can be presented in the transitions, mudras, moments of stillness and self observation. The Yang brings strength with correct asana practice and training through endurance. This way we can build steadfastness, both on the mat, and in life.
A Little More About Me
I love my home practice, and enjoy designing flows both for physical and spiritual needs. Many of my flows have a mudra and pranayama practice in the beginning and middle, focusing on humility, inner strength, or self-knowledge. My greatest love is nature. I prefer working outside if possible, and know how important it is to tune into nature’s support of our spiritual paths.
|Currently teaching at:||
From home, with private clients.
Experience & Qualifications
Vinyasa, bhakti-style slow flow, therapeutic.
Since I have been certified (during covid time) I have worked with Private Clients, and small classes taught from home.
|Yoga Alliance Credentials|
|Teacher Training Program||
Yoga and Ayurveda Center
|Other Qualifications & Trainings||
Ayurveda Certification, certified Feng Shui Practitioner,
|Type of opportunities I'm interested in...|