Teresa has been practicing yoga since 1998 and teaching since 2014. Like so many others, her yoga journey started as a physical practice that balanced marathon training and tennis. Through a continuous physical practice it did not take long for her to realize the emotional and spiritual benefits of yoga – “it just makes me a better person”. Teresa knew that she wanted to share the many healing benefits of yoga with others so when the time was right she enrolled in a 200RYT program in 2004, went on to complete her first 300RYT program and has been a passionate learner of everything yoga since, earning certifications and specializations in vinyasa, yin, restorative and yoga nidra, as well as a second 300RYT certification. Having a keen interest in anatomy, Teresa strives to make yoga inclusive and sustainable for all bodies and minds. Each class she leads will give students a taste of yoga philosophy, meditation and breath work in addition to the physical practice to help students better understand their body, mind and spirit, and find balance in life both on and off the mat. Teresa continues to educate herself, with current interests in sound healing and yoga philosophy.
When not sharing the gift of yoga with others, you will find Teresa practicing yoga, playing tennis, hiking or spending time on the lake with her family.