Supreme Peace has been the perfect place to begin exploring yoga. The pace is slow and easy and deliberate. Jodie and Tiffany are in tune with each student’s needs and are very welcoming and encouraging. The studio is light and bright and peaceful. I love it here!
Hillary first started yoga at a generic franchised gym in the
mid 2000s. Like a typical yogi, she wandered
away from yoga for awhile, focusing on strength-training and her career. Her return to yoga happened
in 2016, when she started searching for more balance in life and found Supreme Peace Yoga. She likes to
say that's when she *really* started to understand that yoga is far more than a series of poses.
After being diagnosed with PTSD in late 2016, Hill's practice
and the loving environment of Supreme Peace
Yoga became central in her ongoing healing process. She was drawn to complete the 200-hours Yoga
Teacher Training at Supreme Peace in 2017, during which time she discovered her passion for sharing
the self-healing experiences of Yoga Nidra and Restorative Yoga. Her ongoing passion is to share yoga
and mindfulness practices with trauma survivors, especially first responders.
When not on the mat, Hill enjoys lifting weights, folding blankets with love, and spending time with her
loving husband and their house full of fur babies.