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Discover Your Deepest most Beautiful Being

In 2010 I was living in Pennsylvania, resigned to a very ordinary life, gaining weight and not experiencing a lot of joy or hope for my future. I was having issues with my right knee, and it got so bad I went to see a doctor. My doctor sent me for all the usual scans, which all came back clear, and she prescribed me something that would forever change the course of my life: Yoga. A year later, I was visiting San Diego on a business trip and found myself at South Park Yoga (called Ginseng Yoga back then). I took a class that day with Bhava Ram, and discovered a Yoga that drew me in so thoroughly that I came back the next day, and the next day, and the next.  A year after that, I picked up and moved to San Diego, and started a regular Yoga practice here on the west coast. 

For the last ten years or so, I've been working with some amazing Yoga professionals who not only helped sort out my posture, and allowed my knee to grow strong, but helped me see the deeper parts of Yoga. The process of integrating oneself starting with physical practice (asana). In Yoga, we begin with the physical practice of poses known as asana, and using that physical practice we develop a breath practice (pranayama), and this leads us to a deeper understanding of our bodies, our spirits, our minds and eventually our deepest sense of our divine self.

As a practicing Yogi, I have had many incredible, unexplainable experiences that have left me breathless with wonder and joy, and now, after more than ten years of being a practitioner, I'm excited to bring this wonder and joy through yoga to others!

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