Yoga is my anchor, a place to come home to.
In my 20’s chronic back pain lead me to yoga. Within a month of developing a regular yoga practice, I felt relief from the pain that I had experienced for years. The more I practiced the better I felt, but not just physically. I felt calmer, grounded and more balanced. As months progressed into years, I began to realize that yoga was my anchor, a place to come home to. Not only a tool to strengthen and heal my body, but a way to calm my busy mind and decrease anxiety and tension. The energetic shift that I experience from yoga never ceases to amaze me. I am so grateful that I have found yoga and believe I will always practice it.
Since completing my yoga teacher training in 2007 I have had the privilege of sharing yoga with the Ottawa community. Teaching yoga allows me to help others add to the quality of their day. I believe that yoga should be inclusive and teach according to the energy and ability of the group. There is always a way to amp up or scale down a class. In recent years my classes have begun to incorporate more meditation and mindfulness, as my own practice develops in this manner. It is such a pleasure to share the techniques and tools that have brought peace and happiness to my own life.
Upcoming Preston classes
300 Preston Street, Ottawa
Upcoming Stittsville classes
1300 Stittsville Main St. Stittsville
Upcoming Barrhaven classes
34 Highbury Park Drive, Nepean