In our increasingly busy lives, we spend a disproportionate amount of time as “human doings” rather than as “human beings.” I believe yoga is a powerful antidote to this modern dilemma. In yoga we focus on our inner landscape, and heighten awareness of our physical, emotional, and spiritual selves. Yoga teaches us to move mindfully -with humility, with strength, with compassion, with intention, with grace – not only on our mats, but through our lives.
I teach yoga because I aspire to inspire. I believe that we are capable of igniting a revolution from within. On our mats, we practice not just the physical asanas. We practice loving ourselves; we practice honouring our limitations, and exploring our unlimited potential; we practice creating peace within ourselves. When we emerge from our yoga practice as renewed human beings, we radiate peace, ready to create an upward spiral that unites us all.