The practice of utilizing body, mind and spirit, to bring a person into harmony and healing. The word Yoga means “union” which indicates a merging of one’s entire being, to manifest a state of balance. This is accomplished through various means including: physical asana (postures), pranayama (awareness of the breath) and meditation (awareness of the mind).Classes Workshops Retreats
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My journey with yoga began in 2004, after battling health issues, the practice of yoga brought me healing and understanding. Studies involved a 200 hour Iyengar Level I/II Instructor Training, followed by a 200 hour Kundalini Yoga Level I Instructor Training. Kundalini Yoga led me into studying a Beyond Addictions program, with 170 hours of training, I am gaining knowledge and experience to assist in the delivery of the program. Since completing basic 200 hour training programs, I have pursued an 800 hour certification in Yoga Therapy, which is still in progress.
It is my hope to share my passions and enable others along a healing path to self development, awareness and a higher connection to their life purpose.
“Be the Change you wish to see in the world” ~Gandhi