I was not always interested in movement. It was a running joke in my family that I didn't like to sweat or move or exercise. We would go on family trips and I would refuse to ride a bike. Because of my previous attitude towards physical movement I con't really say what drew me to my first yoga class. All i knew was that it was something I wanted to be a part of. When i completed my first class, I felt completely changed. Something had shifted in such a way that I knew it was a good change. I kept coming back for more, and i have not stopped since. As my practice continued to grow I came to the decision that I couldn't not share the gift of yoga with others. I earned my 200-hour RYT under Ame Wren and David Reglin, and under their guidance I developed a reverence for alignment, precision and the healing power of the practice.