At its core, Yoga is about access, equity, and unity. I recognize my privileges have allowed me to pursue in-depth academic study over many years, opportunities that might highlight societal inequities given the exchange of time, money, and human labor.

I have studied with some of the most highly respected, world-renowned Yoga therapists, teachers, and medical professionals across a range of lineages and specialties. It is both my humble honor and responsibility to offer the wisdom they have passed down. If my credentials might inform your decision to work together, I offer my educational background and training below.



Fulbright Scholar, Russia

MA Secondary Education

BA History, Russian

Technical Certification, Fashion Design

Applied Business Certification



Yoga Therapist (C-IAYT)

Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher, ERYT-500

Yoga Educator, YACEP



Yoga for People with Grief

Yoga for People with Cancer

Yoga for People with Chronic Pain

Yoga for People with Anxiety, Depression, and Trauma

Yoga of Recovery

Classical Hatha

The Yoga Sutras, Bhaghavad Gita, Hatha Yoga Pradipika

Classical Meditation 

Healing Through the Chakras

Yoga Nidra Levels 1 and 2 (Amrit, iRest, Himalayan, Satyananda)


Yin and Restorative

Functional Yoga Therapy Advanced Assessment Techniques

Accessible Yoga

Cultural Appropriation vs. Appreciation in Yoga

Physical and Subtle Body Anatomy

Pranayama: breathing practices

Esoteric Sanskrit

Among many others




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