My journey into the asana practice of yoga started over ten years ago, in the annex of an old church building on a side street near my University, but my study of yoga philosophy started in my very early years unbeknownst to me at the time as it was disguised in the stories my mom would read me. I have taken my teacher training at the Salt Spring Centre of Yoga and have continued to further my studies through books and workshops with Judith Lasater, David Swenson, and others. I also have a deep love and appreciation for Ayurveda and am working towards becoming a certified Ayurvedic Health Counsellor at the Mount Madonna Institute of Ayurveda. I truly feel that by working on my daily practice, the more I can benefit those around me, from my students through to the smallest interactions with the many faces I pass in my day. I am drawn to teaching yoga because of the holistic benefits, little things that help you through tough times, moments of deep realizations and overall happiness it has provided me. I look forward to sharing this journey with you.