My journey with yoga started as an outlet for processing grief. It became a place that I could be in my body, out of my head, and find solitude in processing my emotions while surrounded by a community of people. And that was powerful to me.
I received my 200 Hour Certificate in 2013 from Siddhi Yoga in Dharamsala, India while traveling through Southeast Asia. I shared my practice through donation based classes on the beach in on Cape Cod before moving to Mt. Snow, Vermont. I wanted to dive deeper into the healing and therapeutic practices of yoga and in October 2020 I became a Yoga Therapist through the Integrative Yoga Therapy Program at Kripalu.
Music has always been a part of my life. I played cello growing up and recently discovered my voice and passion for sharing music as a solo artist.
I'm a resident musician at several restaurants in the Deerfield Valley, offering a diverse range of acoustic covers (described as having a sweet and soulful twist). My performances are often multi-instrumental, including guitar and banjolele and are inspired by the spirit of the moment.
My favorite musical moment? Opening up for Kat Wright at the Snow Barn in Mt. Snow in January 2020.
Music is also finding it's way into my therapy practice, and can be a powerful modality of healing. I'm always looking to discover new ways of infusing music and mindfulness.