|Yoga: Meta Yoga Studios||Ongoing||All Levels||Sunday||4:00pm-5:15pm|
|Goat Yoga||June, July, August||All Levels||Tuesdays||10:00am-11:00am||Vail|
|Goat Yoga||June, July, August||All Levels||Tuesdays||11:30am-12:30pm||Vail|
|Yoga Level 1 Summer Series (tentative)||July, August, September||Level 1 Yoga||Tuesdays||7:15am-8:15am||Breckenridge|
|Yoga Level 1 Summer Series (tentative)||July, August, September||Level 1 Yoga||Wednesdays||7:15am-8:15pm||Breckenridge|
|Yoga Level 1 Summer Series (tentative)||July, August, September||Level 1 Yoga||Wednesdays||8:30am-9:30am||Breckenridge|
Each day is an opportunity to develop a deeper relationship with self.
To tune in instead of out. Whether coaching or teaching yoga, my goal is the same: to help people develop a deeper relationship with themselves and connect more fully to what is meaningful to them.
I am inspired each day to learn more– about myself and the world around me. To find the wonder in everything around me. The more I tune in, the more I am inspired. Continuous learning is a value, and I am a perpetual student. Inspiration is all around us. And inside of us.
Whether supporting my coaching clients or yoga students, I help them zoom in to focus and slooow dooown.
I received my 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training with internationally known teacher Amy Ippoliti, and completed my 300 hour advanced training with long-time teachers Jeanie Manchester and Patrick Montgomery. I have also had the opportunity to spend time with a number of amazing teachers in the Denver metro area and beyond, including many “former Anusara” teachers: in regular classes, workshops, and intensives. I enjoy visiting my teachers, as well as taking advantage of online offerings. I am currently studying remotely with Cindy Lusk and Noah Maze.
In 2016, I began to study Kirtan: call and response chanting in Sanskrit using mantras that reference the Divine. I study the harmonium and how to lead Kirtan with Mike Cohen at the Kirtan Learning Institute. I have a very busy mind (pitta mind) and kirtan helps me quiet the mental chatter, open my heart, and bliss out. It’s special in that it celebrates community, and is simultaneously calming/grounding and rejuvenating. It’s also surprising how as a non-singer, it is helping me find my voice (I never knew I could sing?!). It’s really nourishing to the spirit and it’s fun!
Also in the spring of 2016, I received my Neelakantha Meditation initiation from Paul Muller Ortega.
If you are interested in yoga, meditation/mindfulness or kirtan, please contact me.