I am a 220 hour registered yoga teacher, trained through Yess Yoga in Minneapolis. I teach Yin, Restorative, and Vinyasa.
I lead intuitively and intentionally. My classes incorporate the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual elements. To me, yoga is all about coming back home to your true self (atman) - an infinite place of love - through mindful movement, breath, and meditation.
During our one on one sessions, I will create a safe space for you to explore you true self with curiosity and compassion.
Your choice of Yin, Vinyasa, Restorative, or Yoga Nidra. Whether you're a beginner or seasoned yogi, we can personalize your session to meet you where you're at!
As we collectively navigate this new world of uncertainty, there is a lot being brought to the surface; both internally and externally. Now, more than ever before, it is so important for each one of us to be connected and clear with ourselves and our unique, individual truths. Each one of us holds the very answers we seek, but we must get quiet and still enough to listen.
Please join me LIVE via Zoom for an opportunity to go within the body and mind.
Current virtual sessions are held Mondays at 10:30am and Thursdays at 7:30pm CST
through Healing Elements Wellness. (Updated 12/9/2020). Both classes are Gentle Flow.
We'll connect with our body, breath and inner world to cultivate a sense of connection, clarity, and grounding. I look forward to seeing you there!
What is Yin Yoga?
Yin yoga is a gentle and meditative style of yoga that utilizes long-held postures (typically one to several minutes) to soften and lengthen the connective tissue, joints, and ligaments of the body. Most (but not all) of the postures are done seated or low to the ground. Yin postures stimulate the meridians, or acupressure points, within the body to help encourage proper energy flow. During the yin yoga practice, the parasympathetic nervous system (rest and digest) becomes activated, which can allow us to feel calm, peaceful, and grounded. Additionally, it is a practice of deep listening and observing; the more quiet and still we become, the more we can observe and listen to what is going on within our internal world. Yin can be a great entry point for beginners. It is accessible for nearly all bodies as there are a lot of variations and modifications.
It's my favorite style of yoga and is what brought me to practicing yoga regularly.