I started attending Yoga WIld in November of 2019 because I found their focus to be wholesome and truly community-oriented. This is one of my favorite studios to attend and hope many others try them.
For a long time, I thought of yoga as intimidating and unattainable. As a person with limited flexibility, chronic back pain and zero matching yoga outfits in my closet, I avoided classes with endless excuses until a kind and persistent yoga teacher who got me to, reluctantly, roll out my mat for her class. What started as a social obligation to my friend, lead me to experience the physical, mental and emotional healing powers of yoga with my mat serving as a space to be myself and connect with my body, breath and community.
I strive to provide an approachable, inclusive and empowering space for students of any background to show up authentically as you are, cultivate a sustainable practice, and explore a mindful connection to your body. I like to offer a lot of movement, encourage you to personalize your practice, and invite you to explore what does and does not serve you in each moment.
When I’m not on my mat, you can find me lost in the mountains, soaking in a sea breeze on the beach or sitting in a coffee shop. I enjoy hiking, camping, ultimate frisbee, rock climbing, skiing, snuggling dogs, learning new things, being creative and finding the best iced almond milk latte in as many new cities as I can travel to.