Let’s see if we’re a yoga match.
If you’re trying to learn how to fold your body up into pretzel-like contortions to make people jealous of your elite yoga skills … you’ve come to the wrong yoga site.
If your plan is to load up your Instagram with pics of you doing tree pose on a tiny boulder overlooking a vast canyon with the caption “follow your bliss” … move along.
If you’re looking for someone to make you feel “less than” for not being a certain age, gender, race, social class or body weight … I am not the right yoga teacher for you.
There’s the stereotypical yogi, and then there’s everyone else. I specialize in teaching yoga to people who fall under that everyone else category.
I’m trained to work with children, older adults, individuals who are incarcerated or experiencing houselessness, and people who are recovering from addiction or trauma. To put it another way, if the person faces some sort of physical, emotional or cognitive barrier, such as a chronic illness like fibromyalgia or a neurological disorder like Parkinson’s disease, I’m their yoga match.
So, yes, I really mean it when I say,
Yoga is for everyone.
To me, yoga is not a sport, or a trend, or a lifestyle, or a religion – it’s a tool that anyone can use to feel happier and healthier. We all deserve to feel that way, especially you.
Now then, if you’re ready to hop aboard the #selfcare train, I think we have a yoga match.