I completed a 200-hour yoga teacher training in 2014. Through yoga, I learned that many years of stress led me to neglect my mental and physical health. I want to constantly learn about anatomy, philosophy, and teaching. When I practice yoga, I feel more grounded, self-aware, and able to cope with my life stressors. I hope to make yoga accessible to as many people as I possibly can.
Who I Serve
I enjoy teaching yoga to everyone who has the motivation to improve their health and well-being. In the past, I have worked with seniors, mothers, adults, teens, and kids. I teach studio, community classes, and hold private sessions with one-on one consultation.
My Teaching Methods
I make yoga fun. I bring a social justice lense and willingness to work with the skill-level of students to make lessons engaging. Small children yoga is fun and interactive with storytelling, role play, music, dance, art, games, and team activities that increase their learning skills, happiness, and fun. Adolescent yoga involves theory, interactive trust-building exercises, discussion, and self-discovery. Adult yoga is guided by movement, meditation, alignment cues, and philosophy to assist with strength-building and flexibility.