What are you like as a teacher?

You will always find me centered, calm, and happy to see you!

All that I teach is inspired by my own practice. I stretch and meditate for an hour upon waking, practice Ashtanga second series every morning, and Iyengar inversions every evening. With 14 years teaching experience and my daily practice, each of your lessons will be unique, a creative adaptation of tradition for your body and goals.

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How do I book a lesson?

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The beauty of private lessons is that we schedule each lesson to suit your schedule. This is a stress free experience, designed to best suit your ever-evolving body, goals, and schedule.

If you have any questions, just ask! I will be happy to hear from you.

What are the benefits of private lessons?

One on one, I am able to hear your breath, and be fully attuned to your unique body and mind. This allows us to fully explore all that you would like to learn, feel, and accomplish, and all at your own pace.

Our relationship is based first and foremost on friendship. You will always be able to ask questions.

It is my intention to create an experience that cannot be found anywhere else. Each lesson will be guided by your needs and interests, and you will leave each lesson feeling both peaceful and inspired.

What style of yoga do you teach?

This depends on your interests! My practice is based on the lineages of Ashtanga and Iyengar; I am happy to teach creative vinyasa flow, traditional Mysore-style Ashtanga, modified Ashtanga, and even restorative or yin yoga. I also teach mindfulness and meditation, and am happy to draw upon these different areas to create a flow as unique as you are.

Do you have any teaching experience?

Yes! I began teaching private lessons 14 years ago, and it is still my area of expertise. Along the way, I have also spent many years teaching in exclusive gyms and studios.
In Washington, DC, I transitioned from full-time neuroscientist to full-time yogi and taught for: Flow Yoga, Epic Yoga, Vida, Mint, Yoga District, the White House Athletic Center, and more. Today, I live in Manhattan and teach for The Shala and Equinox. It is my pleasure and my passion to teach– each person I meet has taught me something, and it is the greatest gift to be able to bring elements of peace, joy, and health to all I meet on the mat.