My Teaching Bio


My experience with yoga began when I was nineteen years old. I was working at an iconic vegan restaurant in Laguna Beach, CA and at the time, I was searching for a happier and healthier life. A friend and coworker invited me to my very first yoga class and little did I know that this would be the beginning of a deeply spiritual transformation.

After exploring different styles of yoga, I ended up resonating the most with vinyasa. The variations of poses, the music and the creative nature of this yoga practice was absolute love at first sight. Experiencing the positive mental and physical effects from vinyasa yoga not only ignited something in me as a student, it led me to the realization that I was destined to become a teacher.

Just a few years into my practice, I completed my 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training at the White Lotus Foundation in Santa Barbara, CA in 2012. Relatively soon afterward, I got my first real teaching gig at Ritual Yoga Arts - which is where I spent nearly six years teaching, managing, and continuing my yoga education through avenues that intrigued me.

Between 2013 and 2015, I received my 500-hour certification in Bali, studied Devanagari Sanskrit on the island of Kauai, became certified to teach Aerial Yoga in Hollywood & continued refining myself as the teacher that my inner being recognizes - this, I’ve learned, is a never-ending process.

After over ten years of teaching and managing yoga studios, I am now running my own coaching business from home. I currently offer private yoga training, online memberships and special events.

My Take on Yoga

One of the many things that I love about yoga is all of the different avenues that can help lead us to a more balanced life. As a teacher and forever-student, I love using different mindful modalities that complement each other and are conducive physical and mental freedom.

The tools that have changed my life also happen to be the ones that I love to share the most. These include vinyasa (flow), restorative yoga, breathwork (pranayama), meditation, mantra chanting, nutrition, and living water.

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