Here's a little bit about me -

the force was strong in me that day at dragoncon

the force was strong in me that day at dragoncon

I am a reformed wild child who has, through the magic of the yoga practice, found inner peace and joy in a real and lasting way.  Which is not to say that life is all kittens and rainbows all day every day, or that I never get down or grouchy or that I never drink beer.  But ever since I have been committed to this practice, I've found that the hard times are mostly more meaningful and less overwhelming.  And the good times are more meaningful, more awe-inspiring, and more sustaining.  I've had the privilege of studying with some amazing humans, like Yoganand Michael Carrol who has helped me tremendously to overcome my b.s. and live my life in a more authentic way, more connected to spirit than I'd ever thought possible.  I've spent the summer of this year studying with Gina Minyard and Marlysa Sullivan, whose alignment magic helped me to heal old injuries and know how to prevent new ones, both in my own body and in my students.  I have a hot rock star boyfriend and two amazing dogs, and when I'm not teaching or practicing yoga, I'm usually hanging out with them, playing frisbee in my back yard or in a national forest.  I love mountains and rivers and trees, and spend as much time as I possibly can galavanting in the wilderness.
I also really like kale, but that might be all yoga people, anyway.
It would be great to get to know you, too!  I love it when students share what's going on in their lives and let me know how the practice is affecting them in their world.  If you're shy, that's ok, too, you totally don't have to say anything if you don't want to.  You can even sit in the back row for as long as you want.