Hello! I am glad you found your way here. I have been an instructor of yoga since 2002 and have been practicing since 1998. My study in many different styles of yoga as well as my passion for the outdoors influence me as a teacher. I understand what it is like to walk into a yoga class and feel intimidated, stiff, and unsure of what to do. I assure you, you are in the right place.
My goal as an instructor, whether in a class or working with someone one-on-one, is to create a space for you to learn about your body and heal your body, mind, and spirit. I will work you through specific postures to help you gain what you may not have at the moment: strength, flexibility, patience, focus.. All of these qualities are needed, not only in the body, but the mind to help you keep doing the
things you love more safely and fully.
Photo in Grand Canyon - Yoga
River Trip- by: Amy Martin
Photo: Yoga River Trip- Main Salmon River
I have experience with people of varied backgrounds, all ages, and many different physical abilities- from professional dancers in NYC and hardcore back country athletes in Crested Butte to
individuals trying yoga for the first time-- and everything in between.
I can help you take the first step or your next step in your practice. I encourage you to challenge what you think you can do.....discover the limitlessness of what is possible.
Come take a class with me or work with me one-on-one. (see my Teaching Schedule page)
I look forward to meeting you and helping you achieve your best in the yoga room and outside of the yoga room.
Teaching yoga since 2002.
500hr RYA/ RYT
Photo by: Margeaux Bestard
I once thought that Yoga was just 'sitting in a room humming'. I have discovered that it is learning to be myself to the fullest extent.....isn't that what we all want? Learning to live without fear and from a place that is real.