Inspired by many styles, I teach an alignment-based Hatha Yoga, designed to give students a deeper sense of connection to, and freedom within, their bodies.  In doing so, I hope to help students cultivate an awareness of what they are and invite them to explore the vast potential of what they might become.

Since 2005, I have trained with numerous teachers in the US, Europe, and India, exploring a variety of yoga styles and approaches to health and movement. These include Ashtanga Yoga, Anusara Yoga™, Kripalu Yoga, Self-Awakening Yoga™ (certified), Feldenkrais, Voice & Movement Therapy, and meditation. 

I am deeply grateful to all my teachers, to all my struggles, and to the richness and joy yoga has brought to my life. 




In my classes, I teach a variety of movement techniques designed to refine your ability to put the different pieces of the body together or to take them apart. 

But becoming skilled at integrating or differentiating our movement requires more than technique; it also requires a refined capacity to pay attention to our body and its sensations.  The rewards of this practice are vast:  the more we PAY ATTENTION, the more we SEE, and if we step into this process, it becomes evolutionary, expanding to transform our lives and the relationships that sustain them.

The deeper aspects of my teaching explore how we can understand the various stages and struggles of this evolutionary process. Due to the scope of these themes, they  are generally addressed only in workshops or privates.