Keith was a US Marine and a FDNY firefighter. He is also a
Martial arts expert with 30+ year of experience. He started
practicing yoga and became a personal fitness trainer in 1997. He
first studied Inyengar yoga, then Ashtanga yoga, Integral Yoga, and
finally Dharma yoga. He has studied yoga and meditation from many
Keith also studies classical Indian music and has written
several books on the topic. A kirtan wallah, he has been blessed to
sing on many Kirtan albums, such as Krishna Das’s and Nina Rao's.
He has also taught harmonium at Jai Uttal’s Kirtan camp in San
Francisco and authored 7 books, including one on how to play the
harmonium called “Demystifying the Harmonium A-Z,” which has sold
internationally. Keith has had the grace of being around and
learning from living yoga masters and enlightened beings. His motto
is don’t die wondering.
In his classes, Keith focuses on the fundamentals, alignment,
body awareness, the breath, slowing down, believing in yourself,
and the mind. He caters to people with injuries and work the class
around the student’s needs. He likes to offer tools that allow the
practitioner to grow along their spiritual journey. He also keeps
the pace of his classes at a slower tempo, allowing people to
notice themselves within their practice. He want to be of service
to his students and help them open their own doors to their hearts.
He want people to enjoy themselves.