My exciting journey in the movement arts and practices started over 20 years ago. My passions have led me to exploring dance, yoga, somatics, and bodywork from diverse backgrounds. I hold a master’s degree in Performance Studies with an emphasis in dance ethnography and have studied the movement arts in in the United States, Peru, Brazil and Cuba.
I‘m also a 500 hr YA certified yoga teacher, a certified doula, a prenatal and postnatal movement educator and a pilates instructor. I have studied intensely somatic bodies of work, such as Body-Mind-Centering, Bartinieff Fundamentals and Alexander technique.
My more recent exploration has brought me to a 100 hr study in Steel Mace Vinyasa and movement coaching with Summer Huntington. As a movement coach, I am trained in kinesiology, mobility, and Steel Mace practices all to assist flow state training and strengthen yoga asana.
I am ultimately a vinyasa flow teacher, however, my teaching style combines many different disciplines. I offer flow-based practices, where I strive to thread in yogic philosophy and concepts. My goal is to guide contemplation in how we move, breathe and flow, both on and off our mats. I also strive to offer students an embodied experience, to sense deeply and to connect more fully with themselves.