Helping others heal; mind, body, and soul…
My ultimate truth is to help you heal – mind, body & soul.
My mission is to lead you into becoming an active participant in healing your life so that you can facilitate self-growth, and a find greater sense of connection, purpose, and empowerment in all areas of your life.
When you choose to take ownership of your own internal & external landscape, you become a force that no one has the power to shake.
giver at heart
lover of soulful connection
teacher of expressive movement
advocate for personal empowerment
Ever since my first job, my path was aligned with teaching and helping others…
The first job that I ever had was coaching gymnastics. At the time, I was entering high school and realized that I needed to find a job. Coaching gymnastics logically made sense to me as I had trained competitively for many years, even competing at the national level.
Within only 3 years, I managed to coach gymnastics recreationally and competitively with my slew of dancers and other gymnasts that I trained privately. I completed my level 3 gymnastics training and learned a whole lot about how the body moves, and how to work with different bodies. This took me into coaching gymnastics for 8+ years.
Coaching gymnastics was the first step for me in finding my voice as a coach, teacher, and mentor. I fell in love with it, but eventually I began to feel like something was missing…
Shortly after I experienced this feeling, I was introduced to yoga. The first class that I ever took was in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Most would think that it was love at first sight, but it wasn’t! It was hot, challenging, and an interesting experience to say the least! It pulled me in.
Over the course of the year following, my practice grew to multiple times a week and I couldn’t get enough of it! This led me into taking my 200-hour yoga teacher training at iGita Yoga Studio in 2015, and eventually completing my E-RYT 200. As soon as I started my yoga teacher training, I knew that that was where I was supposed to be.
Practicing and teaching yoga became my heart and soul. It filled me with purpose, passion, and excitement to be able to share this practice with others. It took me deep into myself and expanded my spiritual practice to include daily meditation. My training widened my knowledge and understanding of the body, as well as my ability to lead others using my voice.
Becoming a yoga teacher was also the start of my entrepreneurial path. I began saying yes to any teaching opportunity that would take me until I eventually turned yoga into my full time job, leaving my gymnastics world behind me, within a short time frame of 1.5 years. Within another 1.5 years, I was able to climb my way up to leading retreats, workshops, and yoga teacher trainings around the world.
After teaching yoga full time for many years, and creating strong relationships within the yoga community, I, again, felt like it was time to do something more.
Within a few months, I stumbled upon empowerment coaching and ended up taking my training to become a life empowerment coach with the world’s #1 Empowerment Coaching school in the world, the S.W.A.T. Institute, led by Crystal Morrissette.
Not only did this course strengthen my connection to my internal landscape, and help me continue my spiritual and self healing journey, but it taught me methods to help others do the same.
Now with my heart & soul still in yoga, I’m able to expand my services to include life empowerment coaching and meditation coaching, where I can help you 1-on-1 on your own journey of personal healing.
Now with my E-RYT 200, 8+ years of experience working with the human body, 4+ years teaching yoga and meditation, and with life empowerment coaching under my belt as well, I hope that I can share this practice with you to help you deepen your connection to, and understanding of, your body and yourself.
Yoga merges mind, body, and soul to create a powerful experience and my teachings are a way for me to help you strengthen this relationship to your mind, body, and soul through challenging, yet introspective, asanas, techniques, and meditations.
In my classes, expect to be kept on your toes with creative sequencing, options to explore arm balancing and inversions, and precise cues that turn your attention to your physical and internal practice.
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With so much love,