In my classes, I like to offer everyone, from yoga newbies to advanced practitioners, a challenge. Whether that’s learning a new pose, or a variation on it, or just challenging yourself to find stillness. I lead my classes with an open heart and mind and a playful spirit, and strive to make them inclusive for everyone. Whether you come for the poses or the peace of mind, my goal is to bring the experience of both strength and stillness to each class. I often joke that we are all beginners here, and that’s why we it’s called practice, not perfect, which is something my A-type personality had to learn the hard way. I also like to pay special attention to modifications for abilities and injuries, as I’ve personally used my yoga practice to rehab from shoulder and ankle injuries. I believe that salt water cures all things, so in my classes be prepared for a good sweat, and a deeper connection to your breath and your body, while learning how to silence the chatter in your mind.