Yoga teacher, hiking leader, and nature enthusiast providing training and experiences with yoga, mindfulness, and outdoor adventures in the San Francisco Bay Area
Yoga and hiking were both essential parts of my family childhood growing up in the Bay Area. I spent my evenings after school doing yoga in the family living room and my weekends hiking Marin, instilling a deep love for both these activities from an early age. As a dedicated practitioner-turned-teacher, it gives me great joy to share these experiences with others. On my days off, you can still find me on my favorite hiking trails with my dog Toby or at a local yoga class with my husband Jeremy.
I currently teach yoga and meditation to practitioners of all levels in San Francisco. As a certified yoga teacher (RYT-200) through Yoga Tree studios and continuing student of Estee Fletter, I incorporate purposeful physical practice and mindfulness in my classes and private sessions. I adhere to the values of creating a safe and welcoming place for all students, prioritizing health and safety during practice, and promoting a sense of inner peace. My classes aim to build physical strength and flexibility while also promoting the mind-body connection through the joy of yoga.
I also lead outdoor yoga experiences including guided hikes and outdoor yoga classes where the immersion in nature enhances a sense of tranquility and balance. Check out my upcoming events page for featured activities and experiences or book me for a private Yoga Hike or other experience. Both Bay Area locals and visitors alike are welcome to join for these outdoor adventures.
Join me for a yoga class, yoga hike or any other mindfulness experience customized to your goals. Take your first yoga class or deepen your practice at my weekly yoga studio and gym class offerings. Allow me to show off some of my favorite hikes and hidden gems in the Bay Area with a yoga hike. Book me for private sessions to customize the experience for you or a small group. I look forward to hearing how I can help you with your practice. Namaste.