Need some movement medicine? Dealing with ZOOM Fatigue? Want to prepare for ski season? Or maybe you over-did your last physical effort and need to undo the damage.

My joy comes from helping YOU feel better in your body. There is no better feeling than the freedom of being mobile, strong, and able to relax. I teach yoga and yoga-related fitness classes with that aim in Northern New Mexico and now in the Covid-sphere you can join me on-line from anywhere.

See my calendar below for the current schedule of offerings and class descriptions.

Prefer a private session focusing on your fitness, mobility issues, or injury recovery? Just need a video or two to do on your own time? My library of on-line class videos may have just what you are looking for.

Reach out and let’s make a plan.

About My Practice

Yoga has been a pillar of my physical and mental health practice for over two decades. This path began as a stretching routine I incorporated to maintain an athletic lifestyle and later became an exploration and fascination with the ‘so much more’ that yoga has to offer. As my practice and my body matured the curiosity (and occasional misconceptions) about yoga by family and friends lead me to teach – and that decision has been one of the best I’ve made.

My original yoga teacher training (YTT 250+) took place in Mysore, India under Yogacharya Barath Shetty – a disciple of B.K.S. Iyengar – in the IndeaYoga style, earning a teaching certificate in 2012. IndeaYoga combines Hatha, Ashtanga and Iyengar styles including elements of meditation, pranayama and Patanjali ‘s Yoga Sutras.

Since, I’ve trained in specific body care modalities including:

  • Hip Bliss
  • Shoulder Recovery
  • Yoga & the Aging Body
  • Cardio Yoga Sculpt
  • Inversions
  • Anatomy Trains – yoga for Myofascial release 
  • 500 hour YTT in progress – Summer and Fall 2020

Beyond sharing my yoga and movement practice, my work-life further delves into the link between human and environmental health. My focus centers in the realms of restoration ecology, health & conservation education, and recreation for mental health.