As a collegiate track athlete, I looked for ways to cross train which had a low incidence of injury and I soon found myself at my first yoga class. I immediately fell in love. My personal practice and teaching philosophy alike both resonate deeply with the Sanskrit term “Spanda,” meaning movement, or, the subtle creative pulse of the universe. I teach because I’ve experienced the spark of personal and creative breakthrough made possible by yoga, and I find deep joy in offering a safe and welcoming space for others to discover, learn, and progress on their own personal journeys.
I gained my 200 hr RYT in 2013 through Yoga Central and recently completed my 85 hr RPYT through Utah Prenatal Yoga. I earned my Bachelor’s in English from USU in 2010, worked the non-profit scene for the past few years, and now I’m preparing to apply to dental school (ancora imparo, indeed!). When I’m not on the mat, I’m likely hiking, hanging with my overly-pampered cat, or hitting the books.
- Prenatal Yoga: Prepare for baby and feel good while you do it! Cultivate calm, confidence, and community in this gentle practice geared toward the joys and challenges of pregnancy.
- Sunday 12:00-1:15 PM – Prenatal Yoga
And Some Fun Questions
Yoga Style or what you teach.
I like to infuse my classes with a pinch of yoga philosophy, a dash of creative sequencing, and a strong emphasis on maintaining good alignment for long-term body wellness.
Top 3 favorite asanas in descending order?
1) Supta Baddha Konasa
2) Ardha Chandrasana
3) Adho Mukha Svanasana