Describe yourself in three words: Balanced, passionate, optimistic.
Why do you teach Yoga? Because yoga teaches me.
What inspires you? My children, my work, and the first day of spring.
What's the scariest thing on your bucket list? Holding handstand in the middle of the room.
Where did you get your training/certifications? ISHTA at Thrive:RYT 500;RYT200,Prenatal; Thai Yoga Massage Level 1
- Hot Vinyasa - Beginner/Intermediate
- Vinyasa + Core - Intermediate/Advanced
- Vinyasa Flow & Core Strength - Beginner/Intermediate
- Vinyasa Flow - Beginner
- Learn How To Knit Savasana Socks
Sweat Factor: 9
Chill Factor: 5
Intermediate class best suited for experienced students with a regular practice; comfortable with sequenced sets and interested in integrating various yoga techniques for a deeper experience.
Great for students new to yoga with some experience in the basic postures (asana) and yogic breathing and experienced students with a regular practice who are comfortable with sequenced sets and are interested in integrating various yoga techniques for a deeper experience. Modifications and intermediate variations are offered.
Classes will include:
•Beginner and intermediate variations of the foundational poses including arm balances and inversions.
•Beginner and intermediate pranayama techniques and longer pranayama sets such as:ujjayi pranayama (victorious breath; 3-part breath; bhastrika pranayama (bellows breath); and kapalabhati pranayama (breath of fire).
•Yoga techniques to explore awareness of the energetic body (chakras)Self-awareness techniques to de-stress and become more present.
Prerequisite: Participants should have basic knitting skills and know how to knit and purl; they should be familiar with knitting in the round and basic increase and decrease stitches.
Knitting is mindful, intentional, and present. Practice meditation through knitting and creating savasana socks during this 4-week progression series. Socks can be a knitter's challenge. This beginner sock pattern is a great way to start a new relationship with knitted socks! With guidance and support, students will learn how to divide and turn the heel, shape the gusset, and finish the toe. These socks are perfect for staying warm in savasana!
Please bring the following materials to the first class: 250 yds worsted weight yarn (colorful, washable wool is recommended); US size 6 double pointed needles; US size 6 circular 12 inch needles. Markers and sock pattern will be provided.
Note: Class does not meet Friday Nov 23rd.