It began in Virginia, then overseas to Okinawa, westward to Oregon, now here I am in Texas.
I mainly eat organic and non-processed foods, but once in a while I treat myself to the Apple Walnut Cobbler at Hillstone.... yummy!
I have a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing and have always been a huge advocate for health and primary prevention. I earned my 200-hour Yoga teaching certification in 2012 with Yoga Alliance. I attend workshops and conferences regularly to maintain my knowledge and to stay fresh in the practice. I teach a heated Vinyasa flow, and an Ashtanga-based class.
"The meaning of life is to give life meaning."
To reset, I enjoy taking walks with my dogs with no music, no phone and pause for a moment. To relax and recharge, I love to travel, have new experiences, explore, learn about a different culture, be outdoors and LIVE.
Recharged and prepared to take on any challenge that is presented to you.
I am committed to a healthy lifestyle which involves moving my body with some form of exercise every day, eating right, helping others, and showing gratitude for the people in my life.