Embody Strength and Flexibility One Breath at a Time

My whole life has been shaped by inspiring teachers. Through their presence and guidance, I do my best to practice two lessons every day:
  1. Staying in the mental and physical space between effort and surrender.
  2. Seeing myself and all beings through a lens of loving-kindness. 

I won’t say these lessons are always easy, but they feel like an honest way to live and learn. From a place of deep gratitude and celebration, I do my best to share the lessons my teachers have shared with me with my students and clients.   

Traditional Teachings for Modern Times

Ashtanga Yoga is a traditional system of yoga and the foundation of vinyasa-style classes. It was passed down from Krishnamacharya to his students and made famous by the Jois family, who have taught this system in Mysore, India and around the world for over 70 years. With the blessings of my teachers trained by the Jois family, I humbly and joyfully teach Ashtanga yoga.

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“Yoga begins with listening. When we listen, we are giving space to what is.”

Richard Freeman
How to Use Yoga to Talk About Race

How to Use Yoga to Talk About Race

Like most white people, I feel compelled to do antiracist work. Saying yes to learning about how you inadvertently participate in white supremacy is an irrevocable choice; once you say yes, there’s no going back. It’s a lifelong assignment with no due date. Using the physical and mental practices of yoga, we can do the hardest, but most necessary part of antiracist work: talk about race. 

Black Lives Still Matter

Black Lives Still Matter

White supremacy was created by our white ancestors. We may not like the legacy we’ve inherited, but it is primarily up to white people to dismantle. Wishing it away is unhelpful and damaging to the momentum of the BLM movement. This is a problem that was created by white people and can only be dismantled by white people.

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