Gentle Yoga Drop-in Classes


Join me for two weekly virtual Gentle classes:



10am CT / 9am MT

@ Boulder Rec Centers


10am CT / 9am MT

@ Bloom Yoga Online

Balance strength, mobility, and rest

This embodied mindfulness practice offers a variety of feel-good floor poses as well as active standing poses in both dynamic and static application. Explore familiar and novel balance poses, learn the benefits of subtle breathing, and cultivate space for stillness, quiet, and deep rest.

While this class is beneficial for those with restrictions or injuries, gentle yoga is not just a second choice for when active practice isn’t possible. Instead, this class suggests entirely different goals and intentions. Instead of an always-on or always-off practice, explore the beauty something in the middle.

No previous yoga or meditation experience necessary.

Classes are conducted via Zoom. Once you've registered, you'll receive your link to join prior to the class start time.

Rooftop Yoga at
the Museum of Boulder

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Rooftop Fitness classes run every Saturday from May - September 2021


My Rooftop Gentle Yoga schedule - Saturdays at 9am

May 1

June 12

July 24

Sept 11

Practice with breathtaking views


Join me on the beautiful Museum of Boulder Rooftop select Saturdays at 9am. The City of Boulder is offering a fabulous Fitness on the Roof series every Saturday from May - September, so check out all the offerings and get yourself outside and moving.

See the complete class schedule and register for classes at

Registration is required and tickets are $18 each. Proceeds support the Museum of Boulder and Boulder Parks and Recreation Fitness Program. Space is limited, so reserve yours today!

Yoga & Functional Breathing

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Stay tuned for the next  series, or contact me to schedule a private session

What if everything you believed

about “deep breathing” was outdated?

I've been teaching Gentle & Restorative Yoga and Meditation for over 20 years. After encountering the Buteyko Breathing Method I realized that my outdated beliefs about breath were negatively impacting my health and wellbeing, and I was determined to share a new approach with students and one-on-one clients.


If you frequently sigh or yawn, crave deep chest breaths to feel “fully oxygenated,” experience anxiety in meditation or other quieting practices where breath is intended to be subtle, or can’t imagine getting on a yoga mat with the accompaniment of a loud ujjayi breath practice, breath retraining could offer you profound benefits.

I welcome the opportunity to work with adults and children who are looking to create a shift, whether within the context of a Yoga or Sound Healing session or as a standalone Functional Breathing session.