I was first introduced to Moksha Yoga as a student in Montreal. My initial response was skepticism, thinking it a trick of the heat that I felt so good afterward.
But I kept coming back. Soon after I was practicing regularly, connecting with an incredible community, and beginning to understand how much this practice could offer me. The physical benefits have been nothing short of miraculous. As a former athlete with chronic back pain, my study and practice of yoga has allowed me to return to my sport pain-free. Beyond the physical changes I felt, yoga has given me so much more: a vehicle for self-exploration, a means of grounding myself, of connecting more fully to my life as it happens.
Ultimately this is why I teach Moksha: to share something I’ve found valuable with others.
I attended the Moksha Teacher Training in Nicaragua in January 2015, studied Yin with Bernie Clark in May 2015, and have been teaching at Moksha/Modo Austin for the past three years. I am so grateful for the knowledge that has been shared with me, and am excited to share what I’ve learned here in Vancouver.