It seems as though yoga was that missing piece in my life, which has helped guide me to living a more peaceful and loving life. Yoga has always been an interest of mine but the practice finally ‘clicked’ when I found a whole chapter on Yoga Therapy in my counselling psychology textbook explaining how yoga can be an important component in a therapeutic experience. When you can experience the connection of the mind and body in yoga, you can take your practice beyond a physical level and bring yourself to greater peace.
I love teaching yoga because supporting my students in trusting their own bodies and moving through their practice with ease and truth is such a rewarding service. In my classes students can expect vinyasa options for every level of practitioner and lots of movement. My other modalities include include vinyasa, hatha, beginner, partner, yin and restorative yoga. I will follow through with this commitment by connecting my community through accessible yoga. Shout outs to my teachers J.P. Tamblyn-Sabo, Michelle Tamblyn-Sabo, Erin Keir, Danielle March, Angela Chiodo and Sandra Smith. Yoga feeds my soul and body. I am taking the steps towards a more peaceful and loving life each day through the practice of yoga.