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Workshops -
created based on need of community I'm serving

Summer Events Coming Up in 2023

10th Annual Northwest Yoga Feast 
July 17-19, 2020 in Sagle, ID

Honey Flow 

A delicious combination of long held yin yoga poses and meditation


A combination of yoga, slacklining, and acro-yoga techniques  


Examples of previous workshops:

Seasonal Attunement (Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall

Facing Fear: Finding Freedom 

Guiding Your Grief w/ Gratitude 

Honey Flow 

From Chaos to Calm

Unfurling and Folding

From Fight or Flight to Freedom 

Slacklining 101 



Weekly Community Based Yoga (start date TBD 2024)

When:    Mondays 7 - 8:15PM Pacific Time

Where:  Upstairs @ Coffee House 26, Welches OR 


Who:      All Levels

Cost:    Donation Based/ sliding scale (no one ever turned away due to funds)

What:  This class will focus on developing our inner guide, as it will be a mix of slow vinyasa, yin yoga, and meditation.

Tuning into our internal rhythms, we will learn to lean in, listen, and guide our bodies in each movement.  The goal being to connect and practice with a deep sense of mindful listening, opening to challenge, while supporting our body's needs in each moment.

All levels are welcome.

Limited mats and props will be available to borrow, bring your own if you can!


Whether you've never been on retreat, or you're looking to organize one, I'm happy to work with you to develop a personalized retreat that fits your needs.

I have organized multiple residency based destination retreats, and would love to share my knowledge with you!


I love being able to bring my massage knowledge into my yoga practice and classes.  I'm certified in Thai massage, acupressure, and Swedish techniques. There are so many ways that massage can be folded into your yoga practice, even without an extra set of hands!

Trauma Informed Approach

Practices that promote a culture of empowerment, safety, and healing.

Recognizing that we all show up to our yoga mats with different backgrounds, trauma informed practices allow us to be present with curiosity and compassion rather than judgement rooted in implicit biases.

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