I co-founded Yoga for Good to leverage the power of yoga to support common, local causes. In just three years, Yoga for Good’s donation-based, slow flow vinyasa classes have raised more than $11,000. These funds—collectively donated by dozens of Yoga for Good attendees—have supported more than 30 local non-profits.
Having led yoga classes with all walks of life (in non-profit spaces, boutique yoga studios, emergency shelters, assisted living centers, exclusive spas, apartment complexes, YMCA, and Payette Brewing Co., among others), I am comfortable teaching in a festival setting. With the same dynamic energy and love for Idaho that Yoga for Good brings to its classes, Yoga for Good is eager to partner with Yogafort.
I have taught over 1,000 classes and I am a CYT-500 instructor. My belief is that one creates one’s own practice within the context of a class. I believe I will bring a positive energy and an opportunity for inclusiveness and information, and perhaps introspection for one’s own purpose and passion to Yogafort.
Yoga for Good Slow Flow
A slow flow Vinyasa open to all levels, with a brief introduction about one’s ability to give back to our community through one’s passion.