A facilitator to help you unwind and reset the body and the mind.
 

 

Aloha! I am a professional teacher offering services in yoga, massage, Āyurveda, and life coaching, here to serve your deepest spiritual goals.

I graduated with a Masters in Divinity (MDiv) from Harvard Divinity School where I honed my skills as a birth chaplain as well as a spiritual care provider for end-of-life concerns in both hospital and hospice settings. Prior to Harvard, I got certified as an Āyurvedic practitioner at the Āyurvedic Institute (www.ayurveda.com) over two years of in depth study with Dr. Vasant Lad.

In addition, I wanted to delve deep into yoga alongside my pursuit of Āyurveda, and so I trained under a 200 hour RYT program over the course of a year as an Ayuryoga instructor. Ayuryoga balances the body and prevents disease through doshic alignment, seasonal balancing practices, and understanding one's unique constitution. I am also a licensed massage therapist focusing on prenatal and postpartum massage and have assisted many women as a doula during the birth process for over ten years.

In my private practice and teaching, I focus on inner alignment to allow for balance in the body and mind.

A Brief Bio:

EDUCATION: 

Harvard Divinity School.  Masters in Divinity (MDiv).  May 2017.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).  Feminist Studies.  January 2013.

University of California-Berkeley. Peace and Conflict Studies. Summer 2003.

Carleton College. BA in International Relations.  June 2005.

CERTIFICATIONS:

Ayurvedic Institute. Ayuryoga Instructor.  RYT-200.  June 2013.

Seattle Holistic Center. Prenatal, Postnatal, Mom and Baby Yoga Teacher Training.  November 2012.

Swedish Institute of New York.  Prenatal Massage Training.  April 2009.

Doulas of North America (DONA). Doula Labor Support Training. October 2008.

Birthing from Within. Doula Labor Support Training.  September 2008.

Santa Fe School of Massage. Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) 900-hour training. March 2008.

LANGUAGES:
English, Spanish

 

 

 

 

 

 

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