It took me some time to understand and truly embrace the power of yoga. But once I found it, it was pure magic.

 

This practice has taught me to connect breath and movement to achieve a sense of oneness. Yoga has now been a part of my life for around ten years. TEN! It’s so ingrained in my life that it goes well beyond the practice on the mat.

Throughout these years I’ve learned about my body through increased self-awareness. I’ve learned to honor it and listen to what it says to me. (This was a hard one for me!) I’ve learned about my mind even more. I’ve discovered my desires, my strengths, my shortcomings, my triggers…

I’ve learned the art of self-acceptance; a truly never-ending practice. I’ve learned a great deal about my environment and how I relate to it. I’ve learned the real meaning of the word “namaste” and use it to decipher everything around me.

And, of course, I’ve worked towards a pretty strong asana practice that has kept my body —and mind— safe and sound.

While I love practicing yoga, there are few things that make me happier than teaching it. I find the opportunity to lead others into a journey within to be oh-so exciting. Whether it’s a tear, a laugh, a gasp; I absolutely LOVE witnessing others move their energy and emotions and end up in a place of joy and gratitude.

"The nature of yoga is to shine the  light of awareness into the darkest corners of the body."

-Jason Crandell 

Who I Help

Men and women looking to relieve stress and anxiety, connect with themselves at a deeper level, and gain flexibility and strength. 

How I Do It

Using my extensive understanding of the human body and psyche, I tailor each session to both lengthen and strengthen. You'll be pampered and challenged alike. 

What's in It for You

Get ready to be more present. Expect to feel more flexible, both in body and mind. Increased gratitude. Reduced stress. You'll finally discover that so-called "yoga high."