Integrity Mind Body

I earned my MSW in 1997 and specialized in working with children, teens, and families.  While raising my own children, I began practicing yoga in 2002 in search of deeper connections in my life. On the mat, I found a sense of coming home to an embodied practice. Around the same time, I participated in the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction program and began weaving mindfulness and meditation into my world.  As time went on, yoga and mindfulness became integral parts of my life, and I began to teach yoga and mindful self-comapassion.

I provide a nurturing presence, creating a safe environment for clients to explore their practice. I understand that all bodies are unique and believe that yoga is not a “one size fits all” experience. Using breath as the root of self-compassion, I empower my clients to move from a place of love and integrity. My work encourages the incorporation of mindfulness and internal awareness, all while coming from a place of lightness and fun. Session are uniquely designed to meet client’s needs so that each individual can find a sense of embodiment in the poses, and leave feeling centered, grounded, and alive!

I live in Saratoga Springs with my four children whom I homeschool.  I delight in my role as mom to four energetic and happy children, my truest teachers. When not practicing yoga, you can find me in the woods with my dog, or knitting.

Professional Training:

  • 200-Hour Bhakti Yoga Teacher Training through Yoga Mandali in Saratoga Springs, NY, led by Gopi Kinnicutt and Keli Lalita

  • Level I and II Restorative Yoga Teacher Certification with Ann Saffi Biasetti, E-RYT-500, C-IAYT, PhD.

  • Certified ChildLight Yoga® and Mindfulness for Children Instructor

  • Mindful Self-Compassion Teacher Training

  • 300-Hour Foundational Yoga Therapy training with Ann Saffi Biasetti

Contact me:

text or call: 518-221-0806