I teach from a place of curiosity rather than a place of mastery. Every week, every class, there’s some new connection, some new action or theme to consider, a familiar pose to look at in a new way. I teach yoga because I am fascinated by it. As a student of yoga, my practice and my teaching are constantly evolving. My asana practice (the physical practice of yoga) didn’t come easily to me. After many years of on again off again practice I found my teachers who made me feel seen and allowed me to start to see myself, understand my habits and really resonate with what the practice of yoga is all about.
I have practiced vinyasa yoga off and on for half my life and taught full time for over five years. Over the past few years, I have been more inspired by the structure and subtlety of Iyengar yoga. In my classes, I blend the rigor of vinyasa with the nuance of Iyengar. You will move, dig deep, think, use props and probably do some work at the wall. I believe in asana and alignment as