"I am an enthusiastic yoga instructor, runner, outdoor adventurer, and mother of three boys. I have found prenatal yoga to be a transformative part of my own pregnancies and birth experiences.
Yoga and mindfulness practices have been instrumental in helping me cultivate self-compassion and authenticity, and have increased my capacity to hold a compassionate space for my children and for humanity in general!
I find great joy and purpose in connecting with other women and creating a space for them to explore their journey into (and through!) the many phases of pregnancy and motherhood.
I am continually inspired by the amazing women I have the privilege of teaching and sharing a weekly yoga practice with. I also enjoy helping children discover the joys of mindfulness and yoga".
Prenatal Yoga Certification (85 hr)
Hatha Yoga Teacher Certification (200 hr)
Radiant Child Yoga (20 hr)
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Connect with a fabulous community of moms-to-be for community, support, movement and meditation. Prenatal Yoga focuses on enhancing comfort, building strength & endurance, relieving stress, easing aching hips and back, and building skills for labor, birth and parenting. More importantly, each session includes a check-in for community building and mutual support. Appropriate for all stages of pregnancy.
Baby + Me Yoga
Practicing yoga WITH your baby is a wonderful way to heal from pregnancy, bond mindfully and build and essential mom-tribe. This class is relaxed and informal, including activities with and without your baby (in case they are sleeping!) with plenty of time & space allowed for feeding, diapering and meeting baby’s needs. Appropriate for babies 3-weeks-old to crawling.
“Mama Yoga”, like prenatal yoga, begins with a check-in, during which we share the joys and challenges of the journey of mothering. Then follows a physical practice focused on the needs of the new mom – rest, rejuvenation, posture, core strength and more. Students may begin postpartum yoga once they've received approval by their doctor or midwife.
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