My wife Laurel and I went to Johns Creek Yoga for yoga on the lawn this Saturday. This was my first time at Johns Creek, we usually go to Duluth, and this was my first time doing yoga on the lawn. It was fantastic. Valerie was her usual incredible self, I've told her I could listen to her all day teaching yoga, she's inspirational, supportive and so funny. She did a great job. And even with the balance issues of being on the grass, it was a great class. Truth be known, I can't balance to save my life in a studio, so it doesn't matter. I really enjoyed it, I can't wait to do it again.
Her belief in the magic of touch as a means of healing and as a conduit for energy informs her teaching style, which relies strongly on imagery, humor, and hands-on interaction. She has completed and co-facilitated several 200-hour and 500-hour teacher training and certification courses through Peachtree Yoga Center alongside her mentors, Graham Fowler and Elizabeth Nix. She extends blessings to the teachers, students, and community of artists who’ve so generously shared the knowledge and wisdom that informs her teaching and personal practice.