Michele earned her RYT200 June 2014; the asana focus of her training was in Samdhaana Yoga. Samdhaana is a practice of energetic patterns of movement designed to soothe and strengthen the subtle body and attend to the varying energies that exist in the body. This training included a strong focus on Yoga & Ayurveda, Yoga Mind, Body, Spirit, anatomy and physiology, and the Chakra system.
With over 2,000 teaching hours in studios, rehabilitation centers, and private settings, Michele has earned both her E-RYT200 and YACEP designations, Michele’s teaching style is inclusive and traditional. Each session is conducted with care to bring forth the yogic traditions of sutra, breathwork, mudra, and spirituality, with a strong focus on alignment and movement with the breath (with a bit of joy and laughter added).
Michele has advanced training in Adaptive Yoga for injuries and disabilities, Yoga for Trauma, Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Yoga for Cancer, and is a certified Yoga Warriors International (PTS and COSR) teacher. Michele’s focus is on making yoga available to all, regardless of ability or disability.
Additionally, Michele has taught the meditation and yoga philosophy component in four yoga teacher trainings.
Michele is currently a candidate for the RYT500 designation.
Michele is available as a guest teacher, retreat leader, or course instructor in any studio in the Southeast. She is also available for private yoga instruction.