As an instructor, I look to get students tuned into their bodies’, encouraging them to explore their edge while honoring their limitations. I believe that when we turn our focus internally and become intimately connected to how we feel and who we are, we can experience life more deeply and fully.
Friends and colleagues would describe my presence as steady and grounded, which has been strengthen through my own personal practice of yoga. I first tried yoga in 2012, looking for low-impact workout, but over the years realized that yoga had a tremendous impact in other aspects of my life off the mat. Yoga helped me reduce stress, increase my health, create more balance in my life, and cultivate my own intuition.
In my Slow Flow class I aim to guide students through graceful and deliberate movement paired with breath, building postures from the ground up for an embodied yoga experience. I take an all-levels approach, helping beginners create a solid foundation for their practice, while allowing more experienced practitioners dive deeper into their own practice.
I completed my 200-hour yoga teacher training under the guidance of Andrew Tanner and Laura Aherns and credits much of my personal growth in the last year to the entire E3 family of instructors.