Movement has always been a means for expression, discipline, joy, and mental and emotional regulation for me. My formal movement journey began with classical ballet in Georgia, which segued into yoga in New York City in 2004, and I started teaching six years later. My style is influenced by intelligent vinyasa, Iyengar, physiyoga and meditation—depending on the class, you can expect to think and move outside the box, try new things, or try old things in a new way.
My sequencing is both creative and smart, rooted in biomechanics, with a mixture of precision and exploration. I also have a deep appreciation for mindfulness practices like restorative yoga and sound baths, and I lead sound meditations using singing bowls, gongs, and chimes with the goal of diving into the subtlety of listening. I believe that there is a time to move big and a time to get quiet, and my practice is listening to which one will bring balance to daily life.