The practice of utilizing body, mind and spirit, to bring a person into harmony and healing. The word Yoga means “union” which indicates a merging of one’s entire being, to manifest a state of balance. This is accomplished through various means including: physical asana (postures), pranayama (awareness of the breath) and meditation (awareness of the mind).Classes Workshops Retreats
My journey with yoga began in 2004, after battling health issues, the practice of yoga brought me healing and understanding. Studies involved a 200 hour Iyengar Level I/II Instructor Training, followed by a 200 hour Kundalini Yoga Level I Instructor Training. Kundalini Yoga led me to study the Beyond Addictions program, with 170-hours of training, and I am now gaining knowledge and experience by assist in the delivery of the program. Since completing basic 200-hour training programs, I have completed 530-hours of training in Yoga Therapy.
It is my hope to share my passions and enable others along a healing path to self development, awareness and a higher connection to their life purpose.
“Be the Change you wish to see in the world” ~Gandhi