Short of the long — I found Yoga when living in Buenos Aires, Argentina. I was cycling into a spiral of loneliness & lack of direction. Something inside me told me to give Yoga a shot. I did. I am so grateful.
I eventually moved back to New York City & began offering yoga sessions in Brooklyn in 2011. I hold E-RYT 500 (“experienced registered yoga teacher”) & RPYT (“registered prenatal yoga teacher”) status through the “Yoga Alliance.”
Over the years, I’ve come to offer multiple forms of movement practices — Vinyasa, Prenatal, Yin & occasionally, Restorative. I am also the founder of Mindful Matriarch Prenatal Yoga School (RPYS).
In 2020, I teamed of with a small group of colleagues & friends to find & co-create Maine Yoga Collective. We are simply individual teachers who uplift each other & work for ourselves. There is no studio, no intermediary. We keep it simple — it’s just us & you.
I am often inspired by seasonal practices, mudra & meditation. I try to bring purpose to each session & believe this practice can offer profound benefit. I believe Yoga is a spiritual practice that honors the divine essence in all things.
More about me . . .
Originally from the Hudson Valley of Upstate New York & receiving my formal education with a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts from Syracuse University, I spent the past decade living in New York City. After working as a high end Art Handler to then working full time in the “Yoga world”, I decided it was time to bid farewell to my beloved city & evolve toward a different pace of life.
I came to Maine in 2016 & I currently reside in South Portland. When I’m not teaching, you can find me deep in my garden, walking my dog, picking up a new book or fiddling with watercolors.