I grew up on the water with an appreciation for wilderness, and because of this I’ve always been drawn to the elements; water, wind, fire, earth and sky. Perhaps this why I feel most at home in my yoga practice, so interwoven with the natural world. My first entry to yoga was actually as a philosophy student in university 25 years ago. It was like finding a map to better understand how to be in the world; with myself, my body, and in relationship with others.
I am an Advanced Certified Jivamukti teacher. My studies of yoga asana hinge primarily around the Jivamukti and Iyengar yoga methods, which I’ve been practicing for over 15 years. My classes are infused with an integrated approach that include a detailed attention for alignment, awareness of the breath, and plenty of music. Above all else, as a yoga teacher, a Rolfer, a mother and a human being, I aim to create a space in the world where we can celebrate our individuality and co-exist with compassion.