My background encompasses many aspects of holistic health emphasizing on the use of body-based practices and therapies to influence greater physical, mental and emotional health. I graduated from Metro State University with a Bachelor of Health Science Education in Integrative Therapeutic Practice and a Minor in Human Services.
As a yoga instructor, I have studied under the Kirpalu and Iyengar traditions and have been a Yoga instructor since 2012 teaching kids as young as 2 years old and adults as old as mid-eighties.
As an Ayurvedic practitioner, yoga instructor, and bodyworker I blend intentional movement, coaching, and education to help people use the body as the tangible means to work with thoughts and emotions. I work with people to find alignment and integration through individualized diet, movement, yoga, bodywork, coaching, and personal development to help people connect to and live from their Authentic Self.
I aim to help break down the overwhelming amount of information in the health and wellness industry to help local people get educated, more aware, and more able to action in their own lives as well as in the community.
I enjoy spending time with family and friends, going to concerts, painting and other artistic projects, spending time in nature, and learning. My passion is to help people feel good (body/mind/heart) and educate people on how to decode the messages of the system and respond effectively to keep them continually feeling good and making progress toward their end goals.
“I believe healing and moving into a whole life is a complex and interconnected process that involves all aspects of the human experience to be complete. One cannot attain true physical health with a broken heart, a disturbed mental disposition, or lost soul. Mind, body, heart and soul are present in everything we do and addressing all aspects of the self provides the opportunity for true and lasting change. We all deserve to be happy and healthy. The thing is you have to work for it; day in and day out, choice by choice. You just gotta know you deserve it, know that it’s a choice and be willing to take consistent action.”