‘Yoga teacher’ is one of the many titles I proudly and joyfully claim (some of my other top picks are: mother, priestess, Shamanic Minister, wife, daughter, artist, and donut-lover).
After leading a yoga club in high school and teaching sun salutations to a group of orphans as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Tanzania I took the plunge and journeyed through a number of teacher trainings. Yoga gives me the opportunity to connect with the intuitive mind and the wisdom embedded within the body.
My first teacher training was at a hot yoga studio that left one out of breath and with a slip n' slide yoga mat. Overtime my practice and teaching has focused more on the subtle and energetic body. I seek to assist people in settling into their wholeness- to embrace their authenticity and all the pieces that make them who they are.
I live in Richfield with my husband, two young daughters, Tanzanian village dog, and two crazy shelter cats. Off the mat I love to slow down, garden, paint, write, and spend time outside with my family.
I want you to relax and to be comfortable with who you are. I teach weekly Yin and Slow Flow classes. My workshops are centered on the cycles of nature and laden with ritual.
Want to work together? Contact me and we can set something up!