I was not sure what to expect from this class except that Anna was going to teach me something new. She is such a good teacher and has a great delivery. We were doing breathing exercises laying down so all of the cueing was verbal. Anna's voice guided us gently though the class, and she encouraged us to me mindful and kind to ourselves. This was one of the most nourishing and enjoyable hours I've spent since Covid. This really was the next best thing to being with her in person.
If you have any interest in the healthful benefits of mindful breathing, I really recommend this class.
Savannah is a Sagittarius from Chapel Hill, NC. She is a full-time graduate student in ECU’s Marriage and Family therapy master’s program, as well as a graduate assistant for the Human Development and Family Science department at ECU.
Savannah enjoys skateboarding, playing with her dog, playing the guitar, and volunteering as a panelist for the Jessie R. Peel LGBTQIA+ center.
Yoga first saved Savannah from her chronic pain and depression and continues to give her strength physically and mentally for whatever comes her way. She received her license from the Asheville Yoga Center in 2018. She loves teaching yin classes, children’s yoga, yoga for athletes, and yoga that specifically nurtures mental health.
Savannah identifies as a queer woman and is always open for questions about the LGBTQIA+ community and how to be the best ally you can be!