First and foremost, I am a practitioner and student of Yoga. Beyond that I write and scribble extensively, surf as much as possible and teach only from personal experience. I spend a lot of my time learning and researching the human experience; from the yoga practice to creativity, meditation to making a mess, essential oils to an appropriate way to engage your transverse abdominis.
Forever learning and developing, I aim to move the authority back to my students to empower and observe patterns and habits that no longer serve. Grounded in the knowledge that we are our own internal GPS, we can move in a way that liberates us from outdated beliefs and movement patterns.
My ultimate goal is to provide a metaphorical toolbox. Each practice either develops tools already introduced, fine-tuning and sharpening, or introduces another tool to stash for the future. If we can continually tend to our toolbox, we will never be at a loss for what to bring into each situation. Move through life with ease, armed with your toolbox of experience and teachings.
My classes reflect a lifetime of movement experimentation, athleticism and self-study. With the belief that yoga goes hand in hand with curiosity, my classes are dynamic and playful. Expect Vinyasa to be full of laughter and exploration and Restorative to be rooted in awareness and ease.
I currently teach at Glow Yoga Studio and Quiet Mind Studio on Cape Cod, Massachusetts.