I stepped into my first yoga class in 2012 and it was unlike anything I had expected. The music was motivating, the movements were dynamic, and the high I was left with after class was unlike anything I'd ever experienced. My body felt like it was brand new. I knew then and there that yoga had something to offer in big ways. After several years studying Bikram and Vinyasa I decided I wanted to dive deeper and pursue a formal education, and so completed the 200-RYT Vajra Pani Teacher Training in Mount Shasta under the guidance of Amy Cooper in 2016. I love the way that yoga offers so many ways for us to care for bodies, and maybe more importantly our minds and hearts and am passionate about sharing it with others!