Physicality is a large part of my yoga practice and my life. I like to move and be moved. I love to eat and I love to share food with others. I thrill to watch the way muscle and bone and joint and brain interact synergistically to create beautiful artwork using the human body as their canvas.
It's a never-ending battle to let go of the "monkey mind" and focus on the peace within. Releasing ourselves from the negative self-talk and judgment we face each day in the mirror is another struggle. In spite of the hard work it takes, the resulting bliss of santosha (contentment) is worth it.
Music has always been a special part of my yoga practice and my life. Dancing my way through life from toddlerhood on, I have always known that the rhythm of the Universe cannot be ignored. We all may march to a different drum, but each one of us hears the beat, steps in time, and once we've found our song, can dance down our path with our heads held high.
“No matter who you are or how vigorous you’d like your practice to be, know that you will be getting a “power-full” practice with Amy – yes, you will feel empowered, but you will also feel full – your heart, breath, body, and mind finally working together in harmony.”more about us