When you practice with me, you will be welcomed into an encouraging and supportive environment. We create a space to bring your focus inward and start receiving all of the benefits – mind, body, spirit – of yoga.
Taught in various levels, this class focuses on alignment and breath. Starting off slow and then starting to build heat in the body and then slowing down the body by the end of class. The breath is the ultimate tool in this class, moving you in and out of various poses, and holding you in them.
Aerial yoga uses a hammock as a main prop to help students access poses that they may not be able to in a traditional yoga class. In this class, you will build strength and have fun swinging and inverting in the hammock.
Restorative yoga is purely about fully relaxing the mind and body. In this setting, you will use props to find the most relaxed version of various poses. In a typical hour and 15 min class, you will only do about 4-6 poses.
Yin yoga targets the connective tissue in the body. The purpose of yin is find total release in the body by targeting the spaces between our muscles to help open up and increase flexibility in the body. Yin yoga is necessary for anyone who has a yang practice, because you can’t have yang without stopping every once in a while to find the yin.
Primarily focused on the breath and small mindful movements, geared towards people who are looking for a light workout and want to get the body moving.
Yoga 101 for Beginners
In this workshop series, we break down the fundamentals of a yoga practice. Starting with the importance of breath, covering the common vinyasa flow, and repeating common cues you will hear in a class setting. This workshop is perfect for anyone just starting to practice yoga and wants to build a strong foundation before entering the classroom.