The Road to Healing
I began my journey to becoming a healer on one faithful day in 2009. A special woman by the name of Maya Breuer participated in an African-Caribbean dance class that I was teaching. She enjoyed my class so much that she invited me to present my dance workshop at her annual Women of Color Yoga Retreat at the Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health. She also thought that I would be a great yoga instructor as well. The wonderful opportunity to study with a respected yoga instructor such as Maya came at such a pivotal time in my life.
The tools that I acquired in my training helped me to overcome the last of many unhealthy relationships and embarque on path of healing from the inside out. The skils that I learned gave me the strength to release certain toxic patterns and create a new lifestyle. These are the very gifts that I want to share with other women looking to release what no longer serves them and invite positive change into their lives.
My Approach to Yoga
My philosophy when it comes to yoga is to create a practice from a real and authentic place. Some may think you have to be super skinny and flexible to practice yoga, and this is not true. Yoga is much more than just a physical practice. You must come to the yoga mat as you are so that you may gradually transform who you are for the better. This transformation can happen mentally and or physically.The goal of ones yoga practice should be to reunite with the your divine soul self so that you may fulfill your unique destiny and purpose in this lifetime. My mission is to facilitate the process amd hold space for you during your journey.