I have always been drawn to mindful activities; I started riding horses at seven years old, running at nine, and practicing yoga at fourteen. Finding a way to connect my passion for teaching with my hobbies appeared organically through yoga, and I decided to pursue my desire to share its benefits with others in 2015. In 2018 I completed my Master of Science degree in Educational Psychology, where I focused on creating easy to use mindfulness-based learning techniques. My teaching style combines my experience with yoga with my education in cognition and motivation through fun, accessible, and personal classes.
Along with my own yoga practice, I still ride horses and run regularly. I am also passionate about cooking and food, hiking, traveling, and art. I find that yoga is a compliment to all of my other activities, whether it acts as an aid to slow down and stay present, or enable me to find strength and energy.