“If you can breathe, you can practice Yoga.”
Breath-centered Yoga enables anyone to realize the benefits of Yoga practice, regardless of physical condition, age, or temperament. By emphasizing simple, precise movements aligned with breath, I can help anyone develop a safe, effective Yoga practice that will help them be happier, healthier, and better balanced. To start, consider one of my group classes at Turtles Yoga and Wellness in Beaverton or contact me for a private lesson.
I began my practice in my late 40s in response to health challenges that included lifelong obesity and its attendant symptoms. During the ensuing nine years, I lost nearly 95 pounds and discovered joy in linking body, breath, and mind through Yoga. Check out my before-and-after photo!
I am a graduate of the 500-hour teacher training program at Yoga Shala of Portland.
I am grateful to be a volunteer teacher for Living Yoga, a wonderful organization that provides free Yoga to inmates at correctional and rehabilitation centers throughout the Portland metropolitan area. I teach two times per month at the Washington County Community Corrections Center in Hillsboro. Read my blog to learn more…
Yoga outside the studio
I love my studio classes, but I’m also deeply committed to taking Yoga to the students! Currently, I teach eight classes per week at Cedar Hills Hospital and a weekly lunchtime class at Lattice Semiconductor.
Plus, I’m always looking for new clients! Just contact me to arrange for a meeting and to discuss terms.