I have been practicing yoga since I was in college, overt 40 years now. I never really thought about becoming a yoga instructor until one of those dark moments in my life where I asked myself, “Where do I always feel happy and safe?” For me that was the yoga studio and my church.
As a result of exploring that answer, I became a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) with Yoga Alliance, which acknowledges the completion of my yoga teacher training at the Prancing Peacock (RYS) in 2009. I have also completed 15 hour “Mindful Yoga for Veterans” training in October 2012, as well as training in many other modalities including Yin, Restorative and Hot Yoga along the way.
Since 2009, it has been my pleasure to lead yogi’s in their practice at community centers, churches, schools, day care centers, studios and gyms. In 2017 I earned my E-RYT 200 status. These days I primarily work with the Veteran community teaching Meditation and Yoga in support of overall well-being.
I am blessed to continue to study, explore and share my practice with other instructors and veteran’s of our armed forces, plus anyone I have the opportunity join in practice.