I hail from the shores of Lake Huron, in Michigan. I began to call the Blue Ridge Mountains home after several years of wandering and studying. My yoga practice followed me throughout my travels- I discovered asana in 2005, but didn’t fall in love with yoga until I began exploring the philosophy that truly is the practice.
I had visited many studios over the years, but I didn’t resonate with any one in particular. When I discovered Asheville Community Yoga, walking through the doors that first time felt like a homecoming, and I immediately signed up for the yoga immersion. In 2017, I completed the 250 hour teacher training. I am honored to be of service in this community, and am jazzed by the opportunity to further explore movement as medicine and self expression.
Gentle Flow (Beginners Welcome)
Sundays from 2:15 to 3:30 pm, Wednesdays from 5:15 to 6:15 pm, and Saturdays from 10:30 to 11:30 am
The present moment is all we have- the focus of this class is to tune in to what our bodies are trying to communicate to us in the present moment. Where do you hold tension? What can you let go? Poses for opening and expansion, along with gentle, slow-paced flows are the core of this class. We will shift between movement and stillness in order process what our bodies are telling us. Props will be offered, as well as modifications. No internal check-in would be complete without ample time in Savasana. This class is for beginners and expert yogis alike, and is a great way to wind down your weekend.