My teaching is founded in my personal yoga and meditation practices, and I'm inspired to share the tools that have brought an immense amount of joy, equanimity, and compassion into my own life. My creative classes provide a safe space to discover the wisdom within, and I've completed over 1,000 hours of teacher training and certifications at this point.
As an undergraduate at UCLA, I studied sociology and was introduced to the ground-breaking work of the Mindful Awareness Research Center, under the guidance of the late social psychologist, Peter Kollock, PhD. I've participated in coursework investigating mindfulness and how to integrate the practice into the fabric of our day-to-day lives.
Discovering how the eastern philosophy and western science creatively weave together to offer a practical application for longevity and well-being has always interested me. Physiyoga provides the platform to do this. I both believe in (and love to play with) the creative sequencing of functional movement, and I feel very blessed to be involved in these restorative disciplines.