The more that I practice yoga the more I want to give it to others. Every day I discover something new about myself and my practice and I can’t wait to give that to my students. I aim to teach as much as possible to give what I have. I teach workshops and special classes all over the city of Pittsburgh.
Workshops are classes carefully constructed to break down yoga to its fundamentals. Whether heart openers, inversions, or meditation, we will aim to comprehend each concept in detail. Workshops build upon or start a practice in new and foreign segments of yoga. All levels of yoga practitioners are always welcome to these classes.
Special events can range from large yoga events to outdoor yoga to yoga upside down. Because every class is a little different you can never quite guarantee the character of the yoga. That’s why these are so much fun to come to.
So whether you’re looking to deepen your yoga practice or just looking for some fun bendy time, I look forward to seeing you on your mat!
I’ve always loved teaching yoga. I love to give. I love to see other grow and develop their practices. I do believe that Vinyasa is especially important to learn. It helps the practitioner to learn the connection between the breath and movement. But Vinyasa-based classes often do not encourage you to learn each asana thoroughly and intimately. And there is a limit to how well you can learn each pose in a class structured like these. Everyone deserves to know these poses intimately, and I want to offer that opportunity.
During the next month or so I’ll be developing and launching a One-on-One Personal Instruction program for yoga practitioners. We will start and develop a practice that will deepen your understanding of yourself so that wherever you go, you will also have a strong foundation to your practice.
I am currently looking for a few yogis to start my Personal Instruction program. Those who are first to this program will receive two free sessions with me. If you are interested please fill out the survey