My yoga journey is a story similar to so many others. What first brought me to the mat was the physical. Over time, with the support of my teachers, I continued the practice not just for the physical postures but for the yoga union of body, mind, and spirit.
Embracing the idea of taking my yoga off the mat, I began considering what I could contribute to the yoga community. With my previous experience working as an interpreter for the deaf, and current position supporting kids on the Autism spectrum in the classroom, it seemed a natural fit to share yoga with the deaf and special needs communities. I am committed to the belief that everyone should have equal access to yoga.
I participated in a 200-hour teaching program that was taught in conjunction with the Deaf Yoga Foundation, where I learned how to teach Deaf-friendly yoga classes using American Sign Language. Additionally, I have taken a Yoga for Special Needs training course with Jennie Ehleringer from Yoga for All.
I will always be a student of yoga and I look forward to my ongoing yoga education and the journey ahead.
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