"YOU HAVE TO GET LOST BEFORE YOU CAN BE FOUND."
With more than 2,000 classroom teaching hours, multiple programs, teacher trainings and workshops under my belt, I bring extensive experience to the classroom. My classes offer a deeply embodied experience of your body, while exploring and experiencing intrinsic themes related to yoga philosophy.
Because of yoga, I have been able to believe in myself, to love myself, and discover how much I am capable of.
Yoga saved my life. On so many occasions. It gave me back agency over my life, my body, and my soul. I hope to share this deeply transformational practice with each student because I know that each of us is full of limitless possibility. I simply hope to help everyone remember this.
I am also a registered Embodied Flow Movement Therapist, where I work one on one with clients through bodywork, movement, and coaching to achieve physical or emotional goals.
To do a class with me, or have me come teach a workshop for you, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I began my yoga journey in 2007 in Cambridge, MA as part of a class for trauma survivors. After my first yoga class, I was hooked on the feeling and clarity offered to me by the practice.
In 2011, after witnessing the revolution in Cairo, I did a yoga teacher training in Montezuma, Costa Rica in Power Yoga with Angela Boltz. I realized yoga made me feel grounded and connected to myself. Since then, I have taught in Saudi Arabia, Bali, Thailand, Boston, Singapore, and now in Australia. In Singapore, I managed an Anusara Inspired studio.
Since 2011, I discovered Embodied Flow with Tara Judelle and Scott Lyons, and all interests of my life fell into one congruous experience. Based in Body-Mind Centering, yoga, somatic experiencing psychology, and multiple movement disciplines, I felt like I had found a practice that brought me closer to myself, my spirituality, and connection to the world. Most importantly, it was a way to finally claim back my body and my soul from my past traumas.