Teaching Philosophy



It is always my deepest intention to hold space for students to feel.  To feel whatever they are feeling and know that they are supported, loved, and free of all expectations.  To create an atmosphere of curiosity, engagement, and exploration.  I do not believe it is my job to tell students what to feel or where to feel it, but rather to set up parameters for them to discover their own bodies and ways of being.  To ask questions and make suggestions that might lead to a deeper understanding of how the body, breath, and mind interact and can be integrated.

Through this discovery they hold the power to make the necessary refinements and changes that will create harmony in their lives both on and off the mat. This approach to teaching empowers the student to take authority of their own practice and their own life.  My ultimate mission in this life is to inspire others to fall in love with themselves and their lives, one breath, one smile at a time.