I began practicing yoga about six years ago. After playing competitive soccer for most of my teenage years, I longed for a more peaceful form of exercise – one where I could expand my mind, better my body, and connect the two.
In 2015 I completed my certificate as a vinyasa-flow focus instructor through The Chicago School of Yoga, and my vision of healing through yoga became a reality. I aim to create an open environment for students to become acclimated with their physical and spiritual selves.
With carefully crafted sequences, an open, abundance mindset, and my passion for the practice, I can amplify the experience of any student from beginner to experienced. I envelop a warm understanding that each student engages for a different reason.
As I explored the globe and myself, I taught yoga in places like Australia, Morocco, and Peru. The more I traveled, the more the universal benefit of yoga blossomed for me. No matter where we are in the world, no matter our personal struggles, yoga has the power to find a home to heal.
In my early time as an instructor, I focused on survivors of trauma. Bridging the gap between the head and the heart remains a pillar in my teaching, though my scope grew when I spent over a year abroad.
Now, yoga has become a universal outlet for human-kind. There are many variations, different techniques, and voices to be heard. My journey finds purpose in these variations and I want to pass them along to you. My path has led me to act as a guide in your individual and personalized journey.