The Journey Through Myself
I have been practicing yoga for 7 years. First it was a way to complement a life of running and soccer but it was also a means of learning to slow down, become more present, and discover more joy in the moment. As my interest in yoga grew, I found a strong desire to learn the traditional parts of this beautiful practice and eventually be able to share them, as a teacher, with others.
I completed my 200 hour Hatha / Ashtanga Yoga teacher training in Pokara, Nepal with Rishikul Yogshala September 2014. My main teachers included Vipin Baloni, Prashantj Yog, and Gangesha Chaitanya. When I returned home I immediately began teaching vinyasa style classes.
With my extensive experience I traveled to Kerala, India (the birth place of Ayurvedic medicine) in January 2018 to complete my 300 hour Hatha / Ashtanga Yoga teacher training with Rishikul Yogshala. My main teachers included Pankaj Sadana, Gangesha Chaitanya, Swami Atman, and local Ayurvedic doctors.
My current teacher is Johnna Smith whom I practice Ashtanga Yoga (Mysore and Led style) with in Charlotte, NC. I completed a 3 month apprenticeship and assisting program with Johnna deepening my understanding of the philosophy, postures, and traditions of Ashtanga Yoga.
I offer challenging classes with an emphasis on breath and alignment and provide all levels of variations and modifications. My classes are influenced by the philosophy and postures of Ashtanga Yoga. I provide a well rounded class that will help one improve their strength, flexibility, awareness, and overall connection of mind, body and soul. You will leave feeling rejuvenated, energized and empowered. I encourage everyone to try yoga and discover their true path!
UPCOMING RETREATS AND WORKSHOPS
THE JOURNEY OF YOU
Seven Springs Retreat Center
"The Great Smokey Mountains"
August 15th - 18th 2019
This retreat will help you to discover the best version of yourself through yoga, mindfulness and adventure.
"There is a balance in life of trusting the universe with your own unique journey and taking initiative to create it."