began her yoga practice in 1993 while studying at U.C. Santa Barbara.
She immediately fell in love with the practice and after graduating
went to Mysore India where she studied Ashtanga under Pattabhi
Jois for three months.
several years of dedicated practice she completed Erich Schiffmann
and Sarah Power’s teacher training programs. Her continued interest
in all aspects of the yoga practice has led her to study with
different teachers from different disciplines, including Anusara
yoga with John Friend and many workshops and training with Iyengar
, Ashtanga and Viniyoga teachers. Her real passion for the yoga
practice comes from a synthesis of all of these disciplines not
just one form of the practice.
has been teaching for six years with large public classes and
many individual, private sessions on a weekly basis. She has learned
a lot about different body types and how to adapt yoga for each
person taking into account the individual. She is currently interested
in yoga’s sister science Ayurveda and how combining both fields
of whole body awareness compliment each other for optimal health
and well being.
a yoga retreat is one of the best ways to deepen your yoga practice,
refresh your mind and body and renew your commitment to your overall
health. When you get away from all of your daily routines and
obligations, put yourself in a peaceful setting and concentrate
your yoga practice time, new openings and transformations occur.
We discover new possibilities in our bodies and even more profound,
new understandings about ourselves. Then we take these new possibilities
with us as we transition from retreat, back to our lives at home,
feeling reinvigorated and inspired.