Class Themes

Pranayama: All You Have To Do Is Breathe

Last week, I went to a high school and talked to three different classes about my upcoming PCT thru-hike.I had spent a few weeks putting together my PowerPoint presentation covering the who, what, when, where and why the hell would I hike all the way from Mexico to Canada all by myself details to share […] Read more…

Just Be Honest (With Yourself)

  “If we cannot be honest with ourselves first, we cannot be honest in any other part of our life.” I’ve been spending the last year of my life training, preparing, saving for my upcoming PCT thru-hike in April. Up until a couple of weeks ago, I’d been excited and looking forward to my trip. […] Read more…

Put Your Life Vest On First

Self-care is so underrated in our society. I hear people bragging all the time about how they’re working a double at work, putting in 12, 14 or 16 hours days. I hear people boasting themselves for not being able to remember the last time they took a day off from work. We’re constantly in a […] Read more…

Changing My Perspective Changed Everything

Not every day is magical and amazing in the life of a yoga teacher. Yes, yoga teachers have their “off” days too. Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve been feeling a little “off” and haven’t been able to figure out why. Maybe it’s because I’ve been busy. I’ve been on the go all summer […] Read more…

How I Taught My First 100 Yoga Classes

Celebration was the theme for all of my classes last week. When it comes to celebrating things in life, the little celebrations are just as important as the big ones – birthdays, anniversaries, achieving a big goal, breaking a habit, developing a healthy habit, getting a job promotion, going further in a posture, losing weight, […] Read more…

Class Intention: Being Present

Ferris Bueller said it best, “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in awhile, you could miss it.” This has been a reoccurring theme in my life over the last few months. Professionally, I’ve had some pretty big, back-to-back projects at work I’ve had to tackle. Personally, I decided to […] Read more…