Find a sustainable and well balanced yoga practice with me where flows and sequences are tailored to your body and needs!
SPECIALIZED PRIVATE, SEMI-PRIVATE & GROUP YOGA INSTRUCTION AVAILABLE!
See FAQ’s Below For My In-Studio Yoga Class Schedule!
01 // Do you teach yoga?
Yes! I do teach yoga. Along with teaching privately and teaching at special events, I teach regular weekly classes in Los Angeles at Alo Yoga! My current teaching schedule is:
All levels are welcome in my classes!! You can sign up ahead of time online through the links above or with ClassPass, or feel free to just walk-in and sign up the day of!
If you are interested in private yoga instruction please contact me with serious inquiries only at: firstname.lastname@example.org otherwise make sure you’re following me on Instagram (I always post about new or canceled classes on my Instagram!) and subscribe to my newsletter for updates on classes and special events!
02 // What types of yoga/wellness have you studied?
My areas of study include:
Hollistic Yoga Flow
Ashtanga (The Primary Series)
03 // What else do you do besides yoga to stay in shape?
I do a lot of yoga!!! but I also love High Intensity Interval Training classes, and I love getting outside and hiking with my dogs Penny +Bali, and I like to run! I pretty much love anything that requires me to get my heart rate up!
04 // How long have you been eating a plant based diet? Was this a hard transition for you?
I have honestly NEVER liked meat or eggs, so going completely plant based was not hard for me. It was a struggle to get me to drink milk as a child and my mom tells me I refused to eat pork, eggs or chicken growing up, I had very particular taste. I think a big part of making the transition easy for me is the fact that I was and still am very visual about my food- it is impossible for me to eat something and not picture where it is coming from. The movie BABE pretty much ruined it for me haha! I think I was 5 or 6 when my mom took me to see that movie and at the end of it I walked out crying and proclaimed that I was a vegetarian! As an adult I did enjoy fish and cheese, but when I decided to go plant based I slowly phased those out. And again, simply thinking about where the fish or cheese was coming from grossed me out enough to turn me off completely. There was a long period of time where I would go completely plant based for the majority of time but then I would occasionally have cheese/sushi. But I went 100% plant based 100% of the time in April 2016 and I haven’t looked back. Being vegan is easier and better than I ever thought it would be, it does not feel extreme to me or difficult whatsoever. If you’re interested in learning more about my transition to becoming fully plant-based check out this blog post I wrote: PLANT BASED MADE EASY
05 // What are your favorite things to buy at the grocery store?
My number one goal at the store these days is to buy organic! I always try to do most of my shopping in the produce section and aim to get all of the colors of the rainbow in my basket. My staple purchases lately include lots of broccoli, avocados, spring mix salad, sesame seeds, chia seeds, zucchini, green cabbage, mushrooms, spinach, flax seeds, brussel sprouts, cauliflower, edamame, spicy sprouts, sunflower sprouts, micro-greens, quinoa, mung bean noodles, carrots, Bragg’s Liquid Aminos, alkaline water, papaya, cantaloupe, watermelon, bananas, apple cider vinegar, lemon, and kombucha. I also love going to my local Farmer’s Markets on the weekend to I can stock up on specialty items like fermented veggies and gluten-free/vegan sourdough bread!