Why do you teach Yoga? To share with others the abundance yoga has given me. My mat is my HOME… I teach yoga because I have so much left to learn.
What inspires you? Humans! Nature! The BIG things… but especially the quiet moments.
What's the scariest thing on your bucket list? To live by myself.
Where did you get your training/certifications? 200 Hour (Thrive Yoga), Reiki I and II (Thrive Yoga), currently enrolled in 300 Hour at Thrive Yoga
- Yin Yoga
- Open Hatha ($12)
- Transitioning Yin
Sweat Factor: 0
Chill Factor: 8
Sweat Factor: 6
Chill Factor: 7
While Yin is slow, cool, and introspective, it has its place in all seasons and for all bodies. In this workshop, we’ll explore Yin (and what that even means) in your body as Spring begins. There’s no way to escape the Yang and our physical poses will reflect this. Expect more rigorous postures to clear the stagnation of Winter and to welcome space for the growth of Spring. Heat will be built in the body, and then we’ll use our breath and compassionate thinking to “cool” the physical and mental sensations.
From this physical and mental clearing out of the clutter, you will have space to plant your seeds for Spring. We will set the intentions in the workshop and after our time together you will be able to continue your own Yin practice at home. Your seeds and intentions will fully bloom with constant watering and you will leave confident in your ability to do so.