How I Found Yoga

About MF-How I Found YogaI found yoga just when I needed it. It saved me. I was young, healthy, had a great marriage, financial security, a successful business and all the material items I was told would “make me happy”.  But why was I so miserable? I was off and on fighting depression and my moods were unpredictable. This is when my Soul search began.

Like many people, yoga started out for me as a form of exercise – nothing more. I attended class once a week  and always enjoyed it. It was a hobby. Soon, people started pointing out how much I talked about it and how much happier I seemed. As my awareness grew around my new-found passion, I realized how much I wanted to learn more. I got certified to teach Hatha yoga, and certifications in Tantra and Kundalini yoga then followed. Many positive shifts occurred in my life, and I was finding fascinating teachers and fellow practitioners all around. I began to live consciously, which created a pathway for much more flow in my life. I was self-empowered, now knowing how to create and maintain things in my life that fulfilled and fueled me – things that made me feel truly alive and purposeful. I had learned how to live.

I practice yoga to be the best version of me that I can be, knowing that whatever I encounter along the way is all part of the journey. I invite you to take that journey – to always explore and expand. Perhaps you will allow me to guide you along the way.


My Life Outside of Yoga

Yoga is not just my job – it is a lifestyle that I live.

I’ve been married since 1992 to my amazing friend and life partner, John. I love to be surrounded by friends, to play my guitar or djembe, and to head to the mountains with John for relaxation and peace.  I also love to spoil my three cats, Myles, Nyx, and Alibi.  Although yoga is my passion, I still operate Classic Contrabass, Inc., an instrument workshop devoted exclusively to the restoration, sales and repairs of the Double Bass.

Whatever I do, I try to do with awareness and presence, knowing that each step along the way, especially if it is a challenging one, is a potent teacher. I am grateful to all the people and experiences that the Universe has presented to me.  Thank you all for your contributions along the way.

Sat Nam!

Teaching Philosophy


Public Class Schedule

Private Sessions and Pricing