A good traveler has no fixed plans and is not intent on arriving.
For me, yoga is a way of aligning fully with my passion for life’s adventure. After completing 500 hours of training, practicing and teaching for a number of years, I am still early in my journey. Deeply celebratory, asana practice in particular is a physical expression of the joy of discovering harmony within and without. In yoga we open our cells, subtle body, spirit, conscious mind and all else to a refreshingly new perspective with each breath. I try to avoid preconceived notions of where it may or may not be taking me and just surrender to the elation. Yoga inspires us to live more vibrantly in our hearts and in that entirety of space I call the Divine, without reference to form or formlessness. I particularly revere asana as a stirring meditation that bears fruit to compassion. With this in mind, I strive to guide a flow with a lightness of energy springing from the heart of the cosmos through the hearts of fellow practitioners to flow outward while simultaneously turning inward. This allows for a genuine connection with our true selves and the world around us and within us often sparking further exploration.