I began practicing Yoga in 2007, shortly after making the decision to major in Philosophy at the College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina. My love of Eastern Philosophy blossomed into a deeper love and appreciation for the practice of yoga. In 2011, I became a certified Yoga instructor under the lineage of Swami Satchidananda in the tradition of Integral Yoga. Since then, I have had the privilege to study and practice with teachers of styles and traditions including Jivamukti, Kundalini, Iyengar, and Ashtanga. In the true spirit of Integral Yoga, I try to incorporate all that I have learned into my classes, giving the student a unique, uplifting, and enjoyable experience. 

Yoga has changed my life in so many positive ways. It has put me on the path of self discovery and well-being for which I am eternally grateful. The practice of Yoga has led me to be more conscious of my body, breath, and mind, and the sameness of all three. I love sharing this practice with others with the hope that they too will realize the interconnectedness of all things. 

My ultimate goal as a Yogini is to love all and serve all. Everyone deserves a life of eudaimonia: health, happiness, and prosperity. True well-being comes from living a wholesome and clean life, respecting yourself and those around you, and seeing everything and everyone for what they truly are: pure love.