It was a turning point in my life; it was something that I needed and I was
finally ready for. In 2012, my practice found me, and it changed my life.
In 2015 I decided it was time to take my practice to the next level and I
trained at a 200-hour immersion teacher training in Costa Rica. Initially, I did
not have any expectation to return home and teach Yoga. But soon after I
discovered that teaching Yoga was what I needed in my life.
After a couple years of teaching it was time to return to Costa Rica for a 300-
hour immersion training, which was completed in August of 2017. In
November 2017 I registered with the Yoga Alliance as a RYT-500 and am
currently working towards my certification as a ERYT-200\RYT- 500.
Yoga found me at a time when I needed it most, and it gave me the world
back to myself. It did so without expectation and without need for
reciprocation. All I want is to do the same, to help others find the gift of
giving oneself what they need.
People often ask me what kind of Yoga I teach, I tell them that I lead the
practices that comes from within. One day you may find me leading a
powerful Vinyasa flow, the next day a Gentle or Restorative practice. Other
times, I can be found leading Relaxation practices, Yoga Nidra, Meditations,
Pranayama, and I have even been known to lead Mantra practices.
My teaching comes from a seat of deep awareness of one’s presence and
strives to bring people away from a place of duality, the idea of We or I, to
non-duality, the idea of One. My ultimate goal is for people to realize that
separation is an illusion and it is the idea of separation that causes our