Kabir’s Lift the veil that obscures the heart and there you will find what you’re looking for is a metaphor for the practice of Yoga.


While reading Joseph Campbell, I was reminded that Yoga – and its core practice, meditation – are first and foremost pathways to bliss. In Campbell’s words, hell is our own “egoic obstructions.”


In Yoga we remove the veils and egoic obstructions that prevent us from being free, from knowing and being our truest Self. That Self is sat, being that is eternal, cit, pure consciousness and ananda, bliss.



What I Teach


I teach what I love: meditation, mindfulness, the physical practice, and the wisdom of Yoga.


Who I Teach


A diverse audience… Current and past students include:


Columbia University postdoctoral fellows


Singers, dancers, musicians, writers and performers


Therapists, dentists, doctors


Bankers and corporate professionals


Women of all ages


People suffering with therapeutic issues or chronic illnesses


Teens living with HIV


The healthy aging crowd




I love wisdom traditions – the common, non-dual mystical core at the heart of them as well as their practical guidance for living a beautiful life.


I am Anusara-trained and have completed over 1100 hours of study in alignment,  “Yoga as Medicine,” philosophy, and meditation.


What I Love


In my original teacher training I was voted “most likely to be found on a beach in Mexico with a stack of texts.”


I’m drawn to beauty, delight in creativity and cherish authenticity.



This Site


This is my first WordPress site; it feels to me like a living, breathing, pulsing thing. I hope it inspires and supports your practice.


Explore how to start or deepen your practice.