I was first introduced to yoga by my high school field hockey coach. I continued to practice yoga after this because of the inner stillness and peace I felt after every class. Yoga became a way for me to spend time with myself and acknowledge what my mind, body, and soul needed in that moment. After practicing yoga for about ten years, I decided to get my 200 HR certification with Aluma Yoga. Since completing my certification in February of 2024, I began pursuing further certifications in yin yoga and mindfulness.

I’m passionate about cultivating a safe space for anyone to explore their practice in their own unique way. My classes include modifications and props to help further cultivate an environment of inclusion. You can expect elements of mindfulness and pranayama (breathing techniques) in my classes to help further the mind-body connection.