There is so much more to yoga than using the tools to become physically fit. Āsana / posture practice explores long held patterns of movement, and provides the opportunity to introduce healthier ones. Breath work brings us into conscious connection with our nervous system. Meditation and mantra invite the natural intelligence of our human system to learn from the greater intelligence of the universe.Yoga is ultimately about how we choose to live. Committing to a daily practice opens a gateway to making conscious choices in every aspect of life.
Through various techniques to fortify the mind, body, and spirit, we learn to cooperate with our senses and our environment through the genius of nature. It’s about learning to live in harmonious rhythm, which looks different for everyone, making an individualized approach ideal for generating lasting change.
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About my training
I am a 700+ hour trained and certified yoga instructor. I have been practicing for nearly 20 years and teaching since 2008.
I have trained in the lineage of T Krishnamacharya and his son, TKV Desikachar. These teachers “pioneered the adaptation of yoga techniques for therapeutic intervention.” This method of individualization of practice informs every aspect of my own teaching.
I completed my primary 200 hour, advanced 500 hour, and individualized 700 hour yoga trainings under Guta Hedewig, who operates The Yoga School NY. I have also completed The Heart of Yoga and Pilgrimage of Sound programs at The Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram in Chennai, India.
I view teaching as a great honor and responsibility, and I work with subtle efficiency. It is my intention to help you cultivate peace, stillness, fortitude, and integrity by providing you practical techniques for changing the way you feel.