Yoga and Ayurveda come from the same ancient Vedic roots.

Yoga and Ayurveda are related practices. The goal of yoga is to reach our highest self, Ayurveda gives us health physically, mentally and emotionally to pursue Yoga’s goals. Ayurveda uses the Yoga practices of Asana (physical postures), Pranayama (breathing exercises) and meditation. 

A yoga practice should be aligned with the needs of the individual and in alignment with how the body was designed to move.  Yoga moves the physical body, but it is more than exercise. Yoga incorporates breath and mind into the practice.  

I blend the traditional practices of Yoga incorporating the breath and mind with a modern understanding of physics and anatomy into a system of Wholistic Yoga. 

I am registered with the Yoga Alliance as an RYT-500 yoga teacher. I have practiced yoga for over 20 years.  I completed my first 200 hours of training in 2011 at Innerlight Center for Yoga and Meditation and completed my 300-hour training in Core Strength Vinyasa from the founder, Sadie Nardini.  I teach yoga in a Wholistic way, blending my knowledge of Ayurveda and anatomy that moves the way the body was meant to move.