I have been practicing yoga since 2003, teaching it since 2014, and am currently studying for my Yoga Therapy certification. Amongst other things, yoga has taught me the willingness to look within, to pause, and to respond rather than react. My teaching and my own personal practice are constantly evolving processes that weave together different aspects and styles of yoga and meditation as well as teachings from Buddhism.

I believe that by deepening self-knowledge we begin to have choices, and when we have choices we can live more wisely on a daily basis. In my work, I aim to create a space for exploration and connection, embodied self-inquiry, and acceptance in order to empower clients with the tools and knowledge to become self-aware, master their own energy, and live more skillfully.


I am currently a student at the Phoenix Rising School of Yoga Therapy. Past and continuing studies with Annie Carpenter, Jeanne Heileman, Rod Stryker, Tias Little, John Vosler, Kamini Desai, and other outstanding teachers have equipped me with the skills to facilitate hatha, flow, and restorative yoga, yoga nidra, breathwork, meditation as well as sensory/somatic awareness work.

I have taught in yoga studios, resorts and hotels, at retreats, and to private groups and individuals. 

I am passionate about yoga as a way of life and love sharing this passion with my clients. Whether you are looking to cultivate a more authentic relationship with yourself or others, increase well-being, gain greater clarity and focus, build resilience, develop strength, or simply want to experience more peace, give me a call or send a message.

“Come to the edge,” he said.
“We can’t, we’re afraid!” they responded.
“Come to the edge,” he said.
“We can’t, we will fall!” they responded.
“Come to the edge,” he said.
And so they came.
And he pushed them.
And they flew.”

– Guillaume Apollinaire