I'm a yoga and movement facilitator for nontraditional students and spaces in Washington, D.C. Through yoga, mindfulness, and dance, I promote community and workplace wellness. I am a firm believer in the right to be well and that it belongs to people of all ages, abilities, and no matter one's encounters with wellness practices before this very moment.
To take care of ourselves, sometimes we have to move around and sometimes we have to sit still. I give you the time, space, and permission to find what kind of wellness works for and already lives inside you. (And you don't have to own a pair of leggings or know what "savasana" is to do any of that).
I work in a variety of environments including hospitals, offices, and synagogues. I am fiercely fueled by creativity, mindful communication, and passion for the wellbeing of Washington, D.C. and its residents.
I am RYT-200 certified and have over a decade of experience as a body practitioner through yoga, professional dance training, and performance. I have been collaborating with artists, faith-based organizations and nonprofits, and community spaces in the D.C. metro area since 2011.
Learn more about my philosophy and core mission in this recent video interview with HireEffect.
Lots of the photos of me on this website are by the incredibly talented photographer and
fellow D.C. creative collaborator Mark Soriano. (Hire him - he's awesome.)