Why I practice:

I found yoga 18 years ago and was immediately drawn to it. Yoga is the vehicle that connects me to my inner wisdom. My yoga practice brought me gently out of some hard and challenging times. My practice is not only physically healing and strengthening to my body, but my mind, spirit, and soul thrive on it as well. I continue a regular personal practice to access connection, strength, grounding, and endurance. My practice helps me face the difficulties of my life with more grace and ease. It is a spiritual and healing blessing to me.

Why I teach:

Yoga is an art that connects us to ourselves. It is a practice that allows us to reach ourselves on a physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual level. It is a deep and richly expansive practice that keeps a “teacher” still a student. I love the mechanics, anatomy, and function of the body systems. I love the unique opportunity each class and student presents. I love that you cannot outgrow your personal yoga practice, it grows with you. Yoga provides a platform for healing. It is an honor to guide students and practitioners to and through their own transformative journey.


I completed my first 200-hour Yoga Alliance-certified training in May 2012 with Gabrielle Riaz, followed by two more 200-hour Yoga Alliance certified training sessions in Nov 2015 and March 2016 with Vimana Yoga. In 2021 I became a trauma informed yoga teacher with Arizona Trauma Institute and attended a Restorative Partner Yoga training with Syl Carson and Bodhi Yoga. I have been teaching private individual sessions and group classes since 2012 with a variety of individuals suffering from various struggles and seeking healing from diverse emotional, physical goals and desires. I enjoy teaching different approaches including hot yoga, slow flow, yin yoga, restorative yoga as well as classes on meditation and mindfulness.


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