Pure Yoga began its journey seven years ago, but it was over 20 years ago that I took my first step onto my yoga path. I, like many others, joined a friend for a class and was instantly hooked. It was a time when I had a lot going on in my life, and found it very difficult to slow down, let alone stop. Yoga offered that to me, and much to my surprise, was exactly what I needed.
Yoga has honestly saved my life. Through times of stress, times when I felt as if my life was closing in on me, it offered the peace of mind I needed to alleviate the clutter and weight of my day-to-day life. In my daily practice, my muscle strength increased, as well as my flexibility. However, there was one benefit I didn’t expect. I found myself growing a stronger sense of confidence, a greater feeling of being in touch with myself, as well as a self-centeredness that I had never experienced.
I was truly becoming aware. Aware of myself—of my own actions and the implications they had…good or bad. I became more aware of others, and how they treated me. Quite simply, my place in this Universe became more grounded. I was owning myself more and more. I found a Light and wanted to share it.
Since I made the decision to get my certification in yoga and start my own practice, I have grown so much. I have found a tiny slice of regenerative peace that I can offer to many, many others. There is a liberation in sharing a part of your Soul with others, in the sole purpose of guiding those individuals on their path to liberation—to find it in their way, in their language and in their voice.
I am happy to offer this to the city I was born and raised in. My style of teaching, as I’ve been told, is different. I teach at a slow, yet very challenging pace. By offering small classes, I am able to reach each and every client that comes into my studio, thereby offering a very personal experience that can reach each student in the class.
So please, even if only for one time, let me be your guide in your path in yoga. Let me guide you to a healing that is self-sufficient, self reliant, and altogether selfless. Schedule a class or ask any questions you may have. Reach out for a consultation to determine if yoga is right for you. Take a moment and…
Find yourself…in class.