I offer private sessions and am currently starting a yoga program at Krav New York in Midtown East. By checking out kravnewyork.com you can see my up-to-date teaching schedule there. I can give privates at that studio or in home or office. Below is a my objective as a yoga teacher and describes how and why I came to yoga:
My body tells my story. I have been dancing since I was two-years-old, competed as a gymnast through most of my youth, did cheerleading and choreographed for musicals and other performances all through grade school, found a love for weight lifting, running, and fitness classes in college; and finally, I have fallen upon this life-changing embodiment of yoga. I have ventured through a variety of modalities throughout my entire life finding that I can relate to many bodies. In saying this, I love sharing my knowledge of the body and helping people feel comfortable in their own bodies. I can honestly say that I was not comfortable in my body until yoga became a part of my life. By focusing my mind and attending to the way I live in the world, my movement has become organic and true. I move the way I need to move to best support my mind, body, and spirit. In this discovery, I am so inspired to help my students move in the way they need to move for themselves. My body tells my story, but yoga, with the integration of mind and spirit, helps me to tell it even better. Through my attentive, detail-oriented, and encouraging teaching methods, my students find self-expression and a refreshed way to tell their story. I provide my extensive physical knowledge and share with my students, mental and spiritual experiences of my own, so that together we explore union between and within the world and ourselves.