Nancy began practicing yoga in 2001 as a way to strengthen her body after the birth of her first son. She discovered a life-altering way to focus her mind through breathing and movement. This is when her practice really took hold.
Yoga calms Nancy, makes her less reactive, more mindful of her actions, and more accepting of others and herself. She says that it is through the practice of paying attention to the habitual way your thoughts unfold that uncover the deep grooves of the mind and layers of self that we can truly know ourselves. A regular yoga practice nourishes the heart and soul and helps you live life fully awake.
Nancy’s classes emphasize clarity of alignment and a steady connection to the breath. Through clear instruction and an exploration of the eight-fold path of Ashtanga yoga, she challenges her students to move beyond the physical practice and understand the impact that cultivating self-love and awareness has off the mat.
She is so grateful for all of her teachers, her students and her children all of whom continually inspire her. She looks forward to sharing this practice with you.