Starfire Senses Yoga

I have been practicing yoga for over 15 years. I was first attracted to yoga because it reminded me of the ballet and gymnastics I participated in throughout my youth–I loved moving through creatively choreographed sequences with attention to physical alignment. Over time, I found yoga to be much more than that. In addition to being aware of my body and physical movements, yoga taught me to be more in tune with my thoughts and energy. My practice is something that keeps me grounded while navigating a fast-paced life. For me, yoga is not about being perfect but about being present and open to evolving.

I pursued a yoga teacher training program in order to deepen my practice both on and off the mat and to be able to share it with others. One of the first things I learned in the program is something that resonated with me profoundly: yoga means “to join.” I thrive on listening and connecting to people and building relationships. In my career managing programs in a museum, I am continually assessing the needs of people and working to provide them with meaningful experiences. This daily aspect of my career carries over into the realm of yoga teaching. I am dedicated to sharing a vinyasa-style practice that fosters wellness inside and out and is accessible to all. In my classes, students will be offered opportunities to connect breath to movement, strengthen and stretch their bodies, and explore balance in their physical movements as well as their daily lives.



1 comment:

  1. I’m so happy about all of this. What a blessing for all of us. You’re insight and expertise are so valuable and timely. Hope to join you on the mat soon❤️