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It was during a trip to India where I discovered a deep curiosity and love for yoga as a science, philosophy and way of life. I then traveled to Thailand to complete my teacher training in 2010 and have since been teaching students a fundamental and alignment-based approach to the mind-body-breath connection. Mytransition from the boxing ring to the yoga mat has allowed me to apply the same principles of focus, discipline and commitment to the range of disciplines I both practice and teach.
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Amy is a wellness enthusiast and lifelong student who believes that Yoga is more than a physical practice but a means of calming the chaotic nature of the mind and becoming the best, most authentic version of yourself off the mat.
Amy was initially introduced to yoga through her academic studies in philosophy and religion. Soon enough, she became inspired by the grace, strength, and internal peace cultivated by the asana and meditation practice. BeforeAmy became a 200 hour RYT, she earned her Bachelor of Arts double majoring in Classical Languages & Culture and World Religions. Fascinated with ancient sacred languages and the study of Philosophy of Religion, she went on to complete her Masters of Theological Studies with a concentration in Comparative Religion and Philosophy.
Drawing inspiration from the world's wisdom traditions as well as her studies of Biology and Anatomy, Amy is committed to creating a light-hearted atmosphere in her classes where her students experience a safe space that fosters healing, growth, exploration, reflection, and learning. Amy encourages self-study through anatomy focused Vinyasa alignment practice and traditional yogic philosophy. Amy`s dharma is to guide the awakening of others to the enlivening union of their body, mind, and soul.