I respect the fusion of science and philosophy in this practice and love to spend my energy and time creating space for exploration of self.
I study by the teachings of B.K.S Iyengar, the method at Katonah Yoga, the smart and confident sequences of Skyler Grant of Kula Yoga and through the guidance of many incredible teachers in my community today. My infancy as a teacher began in the hustle and bustle of New York City, I developed further in the every-changing neighborhoods of Brooklyn, and continue to grow from experience teaching in Boston and Los Angeles.
I love to lead a vibrant, fun and challenging sequence imbued with great music, traditional asanas and unique transitions. Through alignment, pranayama, and light philosophy, we will explore mindful movement to attune a focused mind and re-set a full and steady breathe.
I am eternally thankful to all that remind me to find contentment and consistency in the breathe, to pause in moments that require effort, and to explore life with real joy.