I moved to Connecticut in 1996 with my husband and we have 3 teenage sons. When I began practicing yoga,
I instantly fell in love with the relaxation and meditation at the end of each yoga class and decided to
pursue further education in the field that would complement my Psychology background. I teach at several locations locally including M3Yoga in Westport, Fairfield University and the Connecticut Challenge Survivorship Center in Southport, teaching Relax into Meditation classes to cancer survivors and their caregivers. I enjoy a regular practice of mediation and yoga, and have completed over 400 hours of professional training in meditation, mindfulness & Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR). I completed my 200 hour yoga teacher certification (RYT-200) at Kaia Yoga in Westport, CT and continue to study MBSR at UMASS Medical School, learning about the psychology of stress and tools for more skillful living that include mindfulness, meditation and yoga. I feel privileged to have the opportunity to help guide people on their path to serenity and wellness in mind, body and spirit.
"To empower people with tools drawn from mindfulness practices, meditation, relaxation and yoga that will enable them to more skillfully cope with stress, physical or emotional pain, illness, or to simply tap into an inner stillness and recharge their battery as they break the cycle of habitual living and find respite from the demands and stimulation of everyday life."
*BA in Psychology. College of the Holy Cross College in Worcester, Massachusetts
*MA in Counseling Psychology. Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California
*MBSR in Mind-Body Medicine. OMEGA Institute, Rhinebeck NY (Spring 2014)
*Kaia Yoga 200 hour teacher training. RYT-200 (Fall 2013)
*(MBSR) Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Teacher Practicum. UMASS Medical School (Spring 2013)
*OM Yoga Meditation Teacher Training Program Levels 1 & 2 (2011-12)
*Restorative yoga teacher training with Jillian Pransky of Yoga Works of NYC (2011)
*Meditation Teacher Training with Dr. Susan Taylor, founder, Center for Meditation Science in PA (2011)