To laugh often and love much, to appreciate beauty, to find the best in others, to give one’s self… This is to have succeeded – Ralph Waldo Emerson
What made you want to teach yoga?
I had been practicing yoga on and off for about 7 years and I was ready to make a deeper commitment. I love sharing all of the amazing benefits with students of all ages! However, I have learned that even though I completed my teacher training, I will always be a student. There is so much more to learn and as I evolve my practice will follow.
What is your favorite yoga pose?
I really do love all the asanas and even through the discomfort of certain poses, there is something to be learned. I always say that the poses you find yourself avoiding, may just be the ones you need. However, if I had to choose one… Viparita Karani (legs up the wall) is my go to “pick me up”.
What advice would you give to someone just starting out yoga?
Stay on your mat! Keep your own practice in focus. The moment your attention wanders to comparing yourself with other students or getting the pose perfectly, the ego has won. It is always your practice! Tune into your body and it will lead the way.
Yoga Calm Tuesday 7:15pm & THursday 6:30pm (Studio 1- MY, Hatboro)
Kirtan of Hope for Quilters for Kids with Joseph Anthony & Nadia (Saturday, July 26th 7:30pm)
Releasing with Mantras