Yoga FAQ

What is Accessible Yoga?

Accessible Yoga is yoga for all! It is yoga for individuals with injuries, pains, people who think that there is no way they could ever do yoga. It’s such an easy concept that seems so complex to today’s population, yet comes as second nature to me.

Having had to struggle through finding my own body again, my insight to many issues and accessibility options are very conditioned. Yoga IS for people with cerebral palsy, lupus, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, those in wheelchairs, the elderly, and the list goes on and on.

Accessible yoga is meeting your body where it is at on the mat today. In an accessible yoga class there can be individuals ranging in abilities all doing the same poses at once! It’s about connecting to body and self.

Yoga is for all, and if you can breathe you can do yoga!


Is accessible yoga something new?

Not really actually. Just now our movement has begun to be called the Accessible Yoga Movement, or yoga for all. We are a network of individuals working to make yoga accessible for every body and mind despite age, race, disability, sexual orientation, etc. Everyone with every ability can do yoga if you believe in yourself.

Proud to be an Accessible Yoga Ambassador!


How do online yoga sessions work?

Online sessions are one of my favorite things to do! They enable me to really get one on one with clients and see what is troublesome for them on a day to day basis. Throughout the years of working online with clients, I have profected my language as well as  inquisition skills to provide the utmost amount of detailed instructions in these one on one sessions. Perfect for individuals with busy schedules, complicated work hours, or simply for those who want access to tailored wellness at their fingertips!  Wanna know more about online sessions? Email


What other types of yoga do you teach?

My training is comprehensive and always continuous. I teach a variety of yoga styles as well as incorporate a lot of pilates into my practice. Including but not limited to prenatal yoga, trauma informed yoga, chair yoga, restorative yoga, vinyasa yoga, Hatha yoga, Yin yoga, Kids Yoga, and many more!

*No Hot Yoga

What is mindfulness? What is meditation? What are the similarities and differences of both?

Take a deep long breathe in, now an even longer one out. Pause.

Meditation is taking a long and deep look within ourselves and letting things be as you watch. It can mean different things for different individuals, but it almost always involves quieting the mind and deep introspection into yourself. Oftentimes, meditation can lead to calm, reduced anxiety and depression, and oftentimes even other results with enough practice. Just a few results oftentimes seen from meditation are increased thought and emotional clarity, better sleep, and better quality of life overall. Studies show starting small and building a practice are better for you, your career, the list goes on and on!

Interested in beginning a meditation practice that suits your needs? Let’s dive in and begin!



Although mindfulness and meditation are quite similar and sometimes used interchangeably, they are not exactly the same thing. Mindfulness is a tool often used in grounding and


Sounds great! Where do we begin?

My process of taking on new clients begins with an intake form sent after the initial inquiry through email. After completion we set up our first consultation to go over the paperwork thoroughly, allow time for details, and discuss any and all concerns. The consultation can be in the setting of your choice but are usually performed in home and many clients prefer to set up their first free session directly afterwards.

How do I know yoga is right for me?

Yoga is a personal practice that should always be fitted to your own needs. Remember, if you can breathe you can do yoga! So take it slow, listen to your body, and breathe breathe breathe! Taking yoga at your own pace and having an open mind and heart about everything is definitely where I would start. Nobody should ever be intimidated to try yoga, it’s for everybody.