I was divinely reacquainted with the ancient limbs and philosophy of yoga during a dark chapter in my life that consisted of turmoil, trauma, and unease. It was because of that storm that led me to yoga and the ability to develop inner peace, embrace self-love and worth, and expand my spiritual life through the four corners of my mat.
Due to the life-changing experiences and lessons I had learned, I felt it was only right for me to share the Eastern teachings of yoga with others by becoming a teacher. It is my intent to honor these ancient teachings so that others too can experience life with mindfulness, awareness, sacredness, and compassion for themselves and others if they consciously choose to. Additionally, create a fun and supportive environment for my students, adults and children, where they can discover their potential on multiple levels.
I have assisted in teaching 200-hour yoga teacher training programs for aspiring yoga instructors, and have experience in teaching Vinyasa, Gentle Flow, Restorative, Meditation and Sound Healing classes. My yoga training and education in sound healing modalities additionally includes instruction by a Tibetan Buddhist born and raised in the Himalayas regarding the traditional techniques of Tibetan singing bowls.
With great appreciation and respect for divine timing, I feel blessed for the many experiences I continue to receive that cultivate life-changing connections with others through yoga and sound healing. In addition to my regular and private classes, these experiences have included teaching internationally, helping pioneer the expansion of a prenatal yoga program for Sharp Mary Birch Hospital for Women & Newborns, leading workshops and retreats, and providing media expertise for TV, print and online publications.
I hold three yoga specialty designations as a certified 500-Hour, Prenatal, and Children’s Yoga Teacher through Yoga Alliance, and graduated from the University of San Diego with studies in communication, business administration and marketing.