After surviving a life-threatening car accident in April 2017 and staying in Grady Hospital for two weeks, I decided I was going to become a yoga teacher. I had taken roughly 10 classes ever before that, but I decided yoga teachers are cool (we are), and that’s what I was going to do. Three months after I almost died, I signed up for a 200-hour yoga teacher training and started teaching shortly thereafter. To me, yoga is a reminder that we can change our minds or our life at any time. Through movement, I connect to the dynamic part of myself that continues to grow and change and become more myself as life goes on. In my class, you will find music with a great beat, fun flows, lots of breath, and a desire to connect with you as you connect a little deeper with yourself. When I’m not teaching, I’m the designated snack lady for my two daughters, pursuing my acting career, or reading my kindle with a warm cup of tea. I can’t wait to see you on your mat.