I was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and discovered Yoga at the age of 18 and was instantly drawn to it since I wanted to explore spirituality and self-knowledge from a non-religious point of view. I felt I had found a practice that not only could make me healthier but also could offer a wholesome path. Continue Reading →
I discovered yoga for the first time ten years ago at Laughing Lotus Yoga Center in New York City. I remember leaving the studio after class and seeing the city with a fresh perspective and a feeling of presence I had never experienced before. I was astounded by steadiness and calm yoga brought to my anxious mind and enjoyed moving my body in a new, healing way. After moving to Los Angeles in 2006, I stumbled upon a Continue Reading →
I came to yoga in 2007. At first yoga was all about the “work out” it offered my body. After practicing for just a few months, I began to notice that I wasn’t feeling as anxious and stressed, and that my sore and tight hips from a lifetime as a runner weren’t hurting as much. After the death of my mom in 2009, yoga became a Continue Reading →
I started practicing yoga 36 years ago when my best friend came home from Governor’s Honors and taught me a few poses. A few years later, I learned more when I was pregnant with twins.
I wandered in and out of yoga studios in my 30 years of travels around the US as a literary historian. About 13 years ago I began Continue Reading →
The practice of yoga has been a central theme in my life for 30 years, ever since I was introduced to Margaret and Martin Pierce at the Pierce Yoga Program. They were my teachers for many years and Martin guided me through teacher training at their studio. For the past 20 years, Continue Reading →