a little "bite" about me -
Growing up in Southern California as a middle child with two brothers and a wonderful set of parents, I had a very bountiful and joyful youth. I danced from the age of three and joined a ballet company at the age of 12. After attending Joffrey Ballet's summer intensive program at the age of 16, it became undeniably apparent I had an eating disorder and an ongoing conflict with self-image. Since then, I attended college at Cal Poly State University San Luis Obispo and earned a BS in Food Science where I was able to learn what food was really made of and experience first hand how food is manufactured.
After graduating, I began working for a food company focused on providing healthy food as their primary initiative. Having a dancing background, I immersed myself in the mecca of yoga Los Angeles has to offer and attended a yoga teacher training at Bhakti Yoga Shala in Santa Monica, CA, where I became certified to teach yoga and lead kirtan (devotional chanting of mantras). I also attended the Institute for Integrative Nutrition's Holistic Health Coaching Program where I learned the foundation and science behind numerous diets and spiritual practices.
Through this on-going journey of holistic education, I have learned some extremely useful tools and daily practices that have enabled me to shine as the Goddess I am! To let go of the fear, the worry, the doubt, the self-criticism and truly live my life as it should be lived-with unadulterated joy, trust and absolute bliss!
I am dedicated to sharing these gifts with as many people as I can across every city, state and country. I am here to serve by listening and sharing tools that have been passed down by generations of fellow seekers.
B.S. Food Science, California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo
Certified Holistic Health Coach, Institute for Integrative Nutrition
Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner, American Association of Drugless Practitioners
Certified Yoga Teacher, Bhakti Yoga Shala
Certified Kirtan Leader, Bhakti Yoga Shala