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In 2004, I stumbled into my first yoga class as a required movement course in my college curriculum.


Jeanne Heileman, our instructor, encouraged us to surrender to the present moment. While experiencing the intensity of my body's reactions, I remained silent, refocused on my breath and let my thoughts, fears and emotions come and go.  After the tidal wave of cerebration and within these quiet postures, I experienced what I describe as an all-encompassing sense of peace.


The moments I spend on the mat have fundamentally expanded my perception and changed the way I live, love and work.   My practice is a gift of healing and self-inquiry.  I teach what I strive to cultivate for myself.


I hope that you too experience the joy and bliss that a regular practice can bring to your life. 


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