We don’t need more asana. We need more transformation.
“As a collective, we’re realizing that yoga is not just about asana. The physical practice is often a gateway for self-realization and inner breakthroughs, but there’s a trend of students craving deeper, sustainable change in their lives”
When I started teaching yoga 16 years ago, I noticed students having breakthroughs on every level – physically, emotionally and spiritually. Initially, I didn’t have the skill set or language to help them understand what was happening or deal with their lives off the mat.
What was actually going on in the brain, body and psyche during yoga and meditation? I wanted to know “WHY” yoga works and “HOW” I could help even more.
I decided to get my Master’s in Psychology, become a licensed psychotherapist and dedicate my life’s work to integrating yoga, meditation and depth psychology.