I started my yoga practice in 2007, one month before I moved to Rwanda. After years of rowing, swimming, and running, I wanted a physical practice that I could take with me, to stay active and grounded while living overseas. For the three years that followed, I was drawn to my mat every single day – it was a 24″x70″ piece of home.
When I moved back to Boston, yoga was my rock. As I worked slowly through the process of recalibrating my mind and body to life in the US, I came back to my mat over and over again. After years of practicing on my own, I was comforted by the mindful and nurturing environment that yoga classes offered – they provided a place where, just by breathing, I could feel connected to people. After everything I’d witnessed and experienced in Africa, yoga helped me remember who I was at my core – it led me home.
In 2012, I completed Prana’s 200 hour teacher training. It has been a joy and an honor to share the practice that has brought so much to my life. I teach a mindful and athletic flow, with plenty of opportunity to challenge and nurture. Collective breath sews the class into a community; movement inspires awareness of mental and physical transformation. My goal is to help you feel at home in your body, awake in your mind, and alive in your spirit. I can’t wait to see you on your mat!