Now is the time for yoga. —Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras

Yoga means union, and integrating yoga into all aspects of my life is at the core of my teaching philosophy. Beginning a practice of yoga is a life-changing step toward improving your physical, mental, and physical well-being. As a multi-faceted discipline, yoga incorporates not only physical postures (or asanas), but myriad tools to direct the instabilities of the mind through breath work, meditation, and chanting. Each one of us has different needs, so the forms of yoga we choose to practice will be as unique as our beautiful souls. And each time we step into our practice—whether it’s on or off the mat—we have an opportunity to learn more about ourselves at the deepest levels, and honor the wisdom of the teacher within.

Known as the sister science of yoga, Ayurveda incorporates many yogic techniques—asana, pranayama, and meditation—in its medicine bag for creating balance in mind, body, and spirit. I incorporate Ayurveda into all of my teachings, as a way to respect the energetic qualities of the time of year and the group of people in the class.

Practice On-Demand in The Space


Practice One-on-One through your Ayurvedic health counseling program


Practice via Livestream @ Yoga Sole

Wednesdays, 5-5:50 PM
Yoga Integration @ Yoga Sole


Ayurvedic Yoga Bundles

Embody the concepts of Root & Nourish with yoga practices to support digestion, mental health, and hormonal health. Each bundle contains 4 full-length classes, which you have access to for 30 days after purchase. 

Home Practice

You are your own greatest teacher. These free video resources are ways for you to explore yoga from the comfort of your home, so that your practice becomes a way of remembering a feeling of ease, spaciousness, and grace in the home of your body.






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