schedule & availability
I have availability in my schedule for a few private clients. Please click here to read more.
I am teaching one live online class via Zoom– Slow Flow (Thursdays, 5 pm). You can book your class below:
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- born this wayOne of my earliest yoga experiences was with a local man, who we’ll call Ed (why not) . Ed taught a Saturday morning donation (pay-what-you-can) class outside by the community pool at his condo. I’ve written before about how magical yoga felt to me in those early days– like falling in love, or coming home,Continue reading “born this way”
- HRV: when you can’t hear what your body’s saying, turn on the closed captionsLike many of you, I have a morning ritual. I wake up, feed the dogs, make my coffee, and sit down with my phone– not to start my social media scroll (that will come later)– but to take my heart rate variability (HRV) measurement. HRV is a super easy way to take a look atContinue reading “HRV: when you can’t hear what your body’s saying, turn on the closed captions”
- balancing the allostatic loadOne of the things that brings me joy, that makes me feel alive, powerful, and free, is physical training. I love to sweat, to move, to swing heavy things. It helps me to complete the stress cycle, reinforces my sense of agency and strength, and (because I am often outside), gives me a chance toContinue reading “balancing the allostatic load”
- your nervous system needs your supportHave you ever finished a long day of work sitting at a desk, and felt like you were too tired to move- even though you barely moved your body all day? Do you struggle to stick with a “workout” program because it always ends in burnout or injury? Have you ever tried to sit downContinue reading “your nervous system needs your support”
- so what does trauma-informed mean, anyway?What does trauma-informed mean? It means welcoming and treating each individual with dignity and respect, honoring their unique needs.