It's so great to be back at De La Sol to see new and familiar faces!
I had the pleasure to teach at De La Sol about 2 years ago when the Waterdown Studio first opened.
I love to travel and for the past 2 years taught English and Yoga in South Korea.
I completed my 200hr Yoga Teacher Training program in 2013 with Global Yoga Shala while living in Peru.
I am trained in the Ashtanga Method - Primary Series, Vinyasa, and Yin Yoga. I am confident in subbing any of the classes offered at De La Sol.
My focus when teaching is to encourage students to develop a mindful, creative, and most importantly sustainable yoga practice.
Having been first introduced to yoga by my mother as a young child, I was always intrigued by it and dabbled here and there over the years but didn’t take the steps towards a dedicated practice until much later in life. In 2014 I joined De La Sol having spent the previous year recovering from a stroke. There, I found my practice, I found proper alignment, I found my breath, and I found myself, all amongst a beautiful community of people – students and teachers alike. Having recently completed the amazing experience of De La Sol YTT this year, I am developing my teaching style to support the unique story of each student from the beginner to multi-decade practiced yogi. I believe it is incredibly important to develop an eye that moves students into shapes that work best for their physicality and moves them away from trying to mimic the people next to them or what they’ve seen in photos. Off the mat, my passion for teaching chair yoga to seniors has confirmed “Yoga is not about touching your toes, it’s about what you learn on the way down” ~ Jigar Gor