The practice of yoga has been tremendously healing throughout Anne’s life. She first discovered yoga as a way to cope with anxiety and depression in her early 20’s and has been continually amazed by the transformation and healing that comes from her practice. During pregnancy, she found her practice deepening as it provided space to connect more deeply to self and her baby (and to navigate the ups and downs of the perinatal period). She was certified in Classical Ashtanga Yoga and Pre-natal/Post-natal Yoga at Mount Madonna Institute in 2014.
Anne approaches teaching as she does her personal practice -- with a beginners' mind. Even after 15 years of practice, she feels she is first and foremost a student. There is always something new to discover. Anne's practice includes not only asana, but pranayama, restorative, and yoga nidra as well. When appropriate, she likes to incorporate these different elements into her classes. Her classes are accessible to beginners and experienced yogis alike, but always sensitive to the needs of students individually and collectively. Most importantly, Anne provides a safe space for personal inquiry, inviting students to honor their bodies and find peace within.