I found yoga first at the age of 15, dabbling in Kundalini. I remember very clearly how different my eyes looked and how grounded I felt. For the next 10 years, I didn’t even think about or practice yoga in any form.
It found me again after a good long stint of anxiety and depression in my mid 20’s and from that point I woke up. It didn’t heal me by any means, but I no longer identified with the mind. When I feel like I get lost in the mind stuff, I get on the mat and yoga always points me to my true north.
I love seeing my students step into their power, connect with their true selves and live from that space off the mat. I dive deep into traditional yoga philosophy and how we can apply it to our modern lives, awakening my students to finding their own practice.
I have a duty to teach, to empower and to awaken and I believe that the universe put me here for just that!
How would you best friend describe you?
Hilarious, very blunt and honest, loyal and authentic.
What do you value most in others? Why?
Compassion and empathy – the world needs love!
What does the term modern yogi mean to you?
Someone who is connected to their true self and questions everything. Who is aware of their mind, body and spirit and treats everyone and everything with love and compassion.
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