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City University of New York, Hunter College
In the spring of 2012 I completed my 200 hr RYT Teacher Training at Yoga to the People. For a while I taught at Vinyasa classes at their studios and then set off to 6 months of amazing travel. Travelling through the west coast, I practiced at various studios furthering my own practice and knowledge of Yoga. Settling at a sanctuary in North California, I exchanged Yoga classes and other various labor for room and board. I learned to teach a more gentle yoga class, dipping my toes into teaching occasional Hatha yoga classes. Since returning to NYC I have a few devoted private clients to whom I teach Vinyasa yoga. I prefer to teach beginner and intermediate students and lead the classes progressively, upping the level when I see it fit. I am also open to requests and if you commit to a number of classes we can create a curriculum based on your focus. I have an interest in pranic breathing and meditation which I can bring into the practice if it calls to you. I believe open communication and constant learning is critical for being a great teacher.
In the spring of 2012 I completed my 200 hr RYT Teacher Training at Yoga to the People. For a while I taught at Vinyasa classes at their studios and then set off to 6 months of amazing travel. Travelling through the west coast, I practiced at various studios furthering my own practice and
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