"I have been practicing yoga for over six years; I received my 500 hour certification in July 2011, and have been teaching ever since. Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, I obtained my Bachelor’s in Art and Performance from The University of Texas at Dallas in 2007. I've practiced various art forms my whole life and will always continue to do so. It is a passion I have; a creative outlook.
In my busy life I somehow find time to practice and teach yoga, do freelance artwork, and enjoy a good book every now and then.
It’s a great feeling being able to help others. I've seen students improve their strength, flexibility, stamina, and peace of mind.
Yoga has both challenged me by breaking me down and building me up. It is through Yoga that I have learned the most about myself, about others, about life.
Many people think that Yoga is easy; it’s not. It’s hard; it’s demanding. It’s challenged the way I live, breathe, and interact with everything. Something I've come to understand through practicing and teaching is that the journey is often difficult. It's challenging. From it I've grown as a student, a teacher, and as a person.
My experience with Yoga has taught me to learn from mistakes, grow from them, and to help others who've had similar experiences. Most of all, I've learned how to love, to hope, and to keep growing."