Amanda has been teaching since 2013, and loves the whole-body support asana provides. She found yoga at a time when her mental and emotional state needed support, and feels that tuning into the body is an essential tool to navigate life’s mind-focused culture. Ultimately, Amanda believes in using yoga to nourish yourself and support your growth, and will often bring in philosophy, humor, and/or vibration to aid that process.
In her asana classes, you’ll experience a slow, deliberate style, with a focus on alignment, mixed in with humor and practicality. You will leave with a sensation of having worked hard without completely tiring yourself out. Amanda always incorporates steady breath work, while bringing in a mental component or theme so you can take yoga where it counts – off the mat, and into your life.