The seeds of yoga were planted long before I ever heard the word yoga. I was a quirky, creative kid who was curious about everything and everyone around me, especially that which seemed magical and mysterious. I could lose myself for hours in fictional stories as well as the family encyclopedias.
In 1994, I was encouraged to try yoga by a friend and fellow runner. I purchased two Living Arts VHS tapes: Yoga for Athletes with Rodney Yee and Yoga for Beginners with Patricia Walden. After practicing with the videos for six months, I received a copy of Light on Yoga. I was hooked and became a dedicated practitioner. I completed my first teacher training in 2005 and continue to study with many fine teachers.
I have devoted over twenty years of study and practice to the art of yoga, including asana, anatomy and therapeutics, philosophy, mantra, and meditation. My classes are challenging, empowering, and heart-centered. For me, yoga has been a journey to authenticity, and so I encourage creativity, individuality, self-trust, and self-acceptance in my workshops. My classes are designed to help you remove the roadblocks on your creative path so that you can create your masterpiece.