Yoga with love

High quality, safe, accessible, and equitable teaching of yoga...

High quality, safe, accessible, and equitable teaching of yoga. This is at the heart of Yoga Alliance, and my pledge to you. I am a Yoga Alliance certified teacher.

The designations mean that I’ve trained beyond the basic level. I have more than 500 hours of training. The “E” indicates that I’m experienced; I’ve taught more than 2000 hours. (Whew, that’s a lot of classes.) I am also qualified to share my knowledge with other teachers who seek continuing education.

My training—in the past and ongoing—informs all of my classes. Together, we explore healthy movement that pays attention to our unique bodies. We begin with the traditions of Ashtanga and Iyengar, but apply modern, science-based knowledge to adapt to contemporary living.

I have been blessed to study with these extraordinary teachers. May I honour them and their teachings by sharing it with you:

  • How to Teach Yoga Online” with the Institute of Yoga Sport Sciences” (2020; 20 hours).
  • Advanced Yoga Teacher Training with Nancy Wile of the Yoga Education Institute (2019-2020; 300 hours). Hatha yoga.
  • Advanced Yoga Teacher Training with Jason Crandell (2018; 100 hours). Ashtanga- and Iyengar-influenced.
  • Yoga Teacher Training with Hart Lazer (2012-13; 300 hours). Ashtanga- and Iyengar-influenced.
  • Therapeutic Yoga with Kine Røst. Healthy back intensive workshops (2012-5).
  • The Art of Yoga Sequencing with Jason Crandell (2014-15; 35 hours).

And… fun, informative, and intensive teacher training weekends:

  • Uriel MacGillvary: Myofacial Anatomy
  • Kelly Donald: Yogassage (Fall 2015)
  • Coeli Marsh
  • Eoin Finn
  • Kathryn Budig

While I’ve always practiced online with Jason Crandell, and I have taught university classes in a digital environment for years, I never taught yoga online until the world was hit with the COVID-19 pandemic. I quickly immersed myself into a course, and began offering classes via Zoom.

Practicing in your own space is heavenly, and convenient. For those who want to connect with others, there’s opportunity at the beginning and end of classes. And, as always, I am available for individual discussions.

What my Students Say

My Classes & Workshops

Slow Flow +

Andrea & DiDi co-teach this class, adding some zest to your practice by using resistance in yoga postures. We still move slowly and deliberately through sequences of postures and breathing techniques to focus attention and free our minds from the busyness of everyday life, but in this class we also work on building strength by adding weight. Grab hand weights (food tins or water bottles will work!), a thera band and blocks. Wednesdays 9:30 am CDT

Flow & Let Go (In Person)

End your week in bliss with the balancing combination of movement and rest in this one hour class at the beautiful Hubbards Sailing Club. Fridays from 4:30-5:30 pm (AST). Session 1 Sept. 10-Oct. 1; Session 2 Oct. 8-29.

Video Library

Practice on your own time, according to your own schedule. Mix and match classes that fit what your body tells you it needs. Rent individual classes or purchase a subscription.

The cost is $3 per rental, or purchase a $10 subscription for access to all of the classes. For $60, you can have access to ALL live classes and ALL video recordings.

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