Pop Up Shop: A Drop In the OceanBring your empty bottles and jars to fill up with vegan shampoo, conditioner, lotion, laundry detergent, and even dog shampoo. Stock up on everything you need for a relaxing soak in the tub, or maybe some whitening toothpaste and a bamboo toothbrush.
Yoga: Wind down your week with a 75-minute Slow Flow that focuses on mindful movement, strength, steadiness and resolve. When we slow down, we can feel more centered, grounded and present. A slower pace when transitioning through poses allows for a meditative focus on movement and breath. This makes it particularly well-suited to newer students, or to more experienced practitioners looking for deep concentration in their practice. Yoga beginners are welcome but an active lifestyle is recommended.
Parking: garage parking in The Henry is $2 for 0-3hrs (11-40 spots) and open until the class is over (disregard the 6pm closing sign). Street parking on Dock Street and parking lot off Dock Street under Hwy 509 are also options.
Find Us: Walk around to the back of The Henry building (water side) and enter through the large glass doors. There is also access from inside the parking garage at the orange wall.
Bathrooms: When you walk into the yoga space, the bathrooms are on the left.
My yoga path began in 2000 in a college-town in North Texas. Initially I was drawn to the physical challenge. The strange shapes and newfound strength in my body was exhilarating. Over time, the appeal of my yoga practice shifted. I'm drawn to the silence and stillness when feeling overwhelmed. I feel creative and energized after a challenging flow. I am connected and find community when traveling or moving some place new. There are so many styles of yoga. So many shapes and ways to practice. As a student, I love learning how to study and care for my self (body and mind) which allows me to care for those around me and beyond.
In 2012, I completed a 200-hr Anusara TT with Silvia Mordini's Alchemy of Yoga and a 200-hr Power Yoga TT with CorePower Yoga. The former embraced creativity, flow, and the healing and transformative powers of yoga while the latter offered structure, form and technique. In my classes I blend these styles. I teach heart-centric, intentional flows using clear cues and offering many ways to personalize. I also completed Next Generation Yoga's kids training so a little silliness and play can be expected as well.