What type of yoga do you teach?
Power, Vinyasa, and Restorative
Do you teach at a studio?
Where is your favorite place to practice yoga?
I love practicing everywhere that I teach and trying different studios around town/when I travel, but my home practice is sacred to me.
What do you like the most about practicing there?
Self-practice gives me an opportunity to explore and connect to my body and breath in a way that’s really powerful for me. There’s something really special about knowing exactly how I want to move and feel.
The world ends tomorrow. What will you eat tonight?
Everything spicy – with dark chocolate for dessert
Imagine you’re on the cover of Yoga Journal. What pose would you strike?
What inspires you to teach yoga?
Yoga has transformed my life in so many ways, and being able to share that and empower others to live their truth is such an incredible gift.
If you could teach yoga anywhere in the world, where would it be?
At a resort in Costa Rica
What has been your most embarrassing yoga moment as a teacher or practitioner?
I don’t really get embarrassed! Whether I’m telling terrible jokes while I teach or falling out of a pose, I’m usually laughing about it. I really appreciate my humanness and try not to take myself too seriously.
What would you say to someone who is on the fence about practicing yoga?
There’s a style of yoga for everyone, and though it may take some time to find which one resonates with you, if you practice – it will change your life.
What has been the most rewarding thing about being a teaching yoga?
Having the opportunity to connect with so many amazing people. My students are a huge inspiration for me and it’s incredibly rewarding to be part of their journey both on and off the mat.