Photo by Lydia Daniller

Photo by Lydia Daniller

 

 

I believe that movement and breath can be powerful healing tools. Having worked as a counselor and advocate, I draw upon that experience to create a safe and empowering space. While I tend towards more slow and deliberate movement–like restorative, yin, and functional yoga–my teaching is ultimately guided by each student’s needs.

Offering a range of options in each practice, I encourage students to choose poses and breathwork that work for them. 

I’m curious about the patterns of tension our bodies hold, and the way that mindful movement and breath help to unwind them.

Training

  • E-RYT-500 Yoga Tree/Yoga Works, San Francisco

  • Mama Tree Prenatal Teacher Training, Level One with Jane Austin

  • Embodied Healing: Trauma-Informed Yoga and Meditation for Survivors of Sexual Assault with Molly Boeder Harris of The Breathe Network

  • Embodied Healing Online Yoga for Trauma Training with Lisa Danylchuk

  • Healing Trauma Through Yoga with David Emerson through Mettaversity

  • Trauma-Informed Yoga Teacher Training with Zabie Yamasaki