I have been practicing yoga for more than 10 years and it has been a consistent part of my life since the first time I set foot on a mat, so I am honored to now give back to the community as a vinyasa teacher. Yoga is one of the best ways to move breath and process feelings and emotions through our bodies. It’s a practice that grounds you into the present moment and prepares your body and mind for samadhi, which many consider to be the ultimate end “goal” for all spiritual work. My personal philosophy is that yoga is an intensely personal practice and my teaching focuses on developing a strong foundation in poses and creating a welcoming space where everyone feels seen.
I specialize in working with beginners and athletes, especially runners and climbers.
I am certified with the Yoga Alliance, regularly take continuing education workshops to fine-tune my teaching skills, and am taking my 300-hour training in 2020.
I currently teach all-level vinyasa classes at:
Reiki is a relaxation and healing technique that involves a practitioner channeling life force energy and placing their hands in a variety of positions over the client’s body. The energy does not come from the practitioner but flows through them. Reiki is spiritual but there is no religion or dogma attached to it, so anyone can benefit from it. You can find more information about reiki and what a session entails here.
I’ve been a reiki master since December 2018 and offer in-home reiki to private clients, long-distance reiki, and volunteer reiki to patients with The Denver Hospice. I love reiki because I get to be an open channel for the energy to flow through and the recipient gets whatever they need on the other side. At the very least, reiki offers a calming and meditative experience.