Yoga came into my life more than 15 years ago as a way to add variety into my fitness routine. After my first yoga studio experience, I felt a calling to teach and guide others. No one’s life is easy, and sometimes the road can be especially rough. This is also true for me and I use this as the underlying theme of every class. I know that we can all overcome our obstacles and feel empowered to live a happier, more fulfilled life. It is my deep belief that through our fires can we find our greatest strength and beauty. Yoga is the gift and I have devoted myself to sharing it with as many people as I can.
500 hour trained in vinyasa, and restorative yoga, I strive to learn every day and never stop searching for new ways to feel amazing. As a Reiki Master I also weave my own special healing touch into classes which has brought a level of joy to my life. My classes are filled with humor, alignment cues, and new perspectives that will shift you and open your eyes every time you come to your mat.
Yoga has become a way for me to communicate with myself so that I can deepen the connection I have with my intention; which is to help others. This practice has healed me in so many ways, and I feel I must share what I am learning. I practice so that I may find beauty in simplicity. I gain clarity from my yoga practice; it is the first place that I felt true stillness. This stillness has now reached into my daily life thanks to my commitment to this practice.
I fell in love with yoga while attending the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill!
After college, I landed my first corporate job with a healthcare company out in Southern California working for the pharmaceutical industry. However, I was drawn towards the holistic approach to wellness and decided to strengthen my yoga practice by completing a teacher training certification at Purple Yoga in Fullerton and Long Beach.
I can say that the most invaluable lesson that I’ve learned is to grow through what you go through and trust the process. Yoga has allowed me to be a part of something bigger than myself and my hope is that I can make yoga accessible to everyone!