Nearly a decade ago, while living in the midst of a crazy New York City existence, I discovered that yoga was the answer to a question I didn’t know I was asking. Being provoked through a range of emotions while on the mat made me less inclined to blindly react to life’s inevitable ups and downs. I have always been an active adrenaline junky looking to the mountains for my next fix, but learning to move my body into new positions is equally as satisfying as any outdoor adventure.My aim is to give you time to be playful and energetic while bringing strength, flexibility, and balance to your body and mind. Ideally you’ll leave the studio floating on that yoga high for the rest of the day. Classes will be challenging, but accessible with modifications for new students or those recovering from an injury. I realize most people do not speak Sanskrit or stand on their heads all day, but perhaps I can help you get upside down for a minute or two.
I know every body is different, so every pose will be unique to the individual — the goal is to feel good, not to be on the next cover of Yoga Journal. I provide hands on adjustments and verbal cues for alignment. I will probably make bad jokes that I think are funny and screw up my left from my right, but isn’t that the way life is off the mat anyway?
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