Things can shift when you mind the (mind/body) gap.

"I went to my chiropractor after 7 months and they were THRILLED with how my body was aligned. I told them about yoga and they affirmed that that was likely why my body was doing so well."
- K.
"I've been itching to return to exercise for a while but it's been hard to figure out, and my body is in such a different state than before giving birth. I love how your approach makes modifications and tuning in really central, and that's been key to getting moving again."
-L.
"I have learned an incredible amount about my body and mind and my yoga practice has never been more enjoyable. I also am practicing at a rate I haven’t done in years, because you’ve taught me how to work around what doesn’t serve my body."
- C.
"I am feeling totally revived and refreshed after a rough night of sleep and an emotional evening last night. Yoga is truly restorative when it is done with you! Thank you!"
- K.

When I was having trouble getting pregnant, I knew there was a mind-body gap. I had of course heard of yoga, but I didn’t know where to start. Now I’ve been teaching for over a decade, and if I could go back and say anything to my grieving and frustrated 20-something self, it would be this:

You can start right where you are. There are no prerequisites. No materials required. And even if this journey doesn’t lead to what you think you want, it will be worth it

This Week in Yoga Podcast

I LOVE to talk yoga. This is where I get my talking out, and set the focus for each week of practice. Short and sweet – give it a listen!

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