She is a Yoga Alliance Registered 500hr yoga teacher. More than that, she is a lifelong yoga devotee. Her grandmother, her guardian angel, taught her headstand at the age of 8. In high school, she started a yoga club. In college, she took yoga as gym class and explored different studios and styles all around New York City. From there she trained with Seane Corn and Hala Khouri, where she learned about yoga as a vehicle for healing and connecting.

Inspired, she sought to learn more about yoga therapy, and she found her teacher, Liz Heffernan and the Soma Yoga Institute in Hawaii, where she did my 200 hour teacher training in 2014. She began teaching and continued to develop her practice in Morocco and abroad. In 2018 she completed her 500 hours of training in Rishikesh, India, integrating new learning on yoga philosophy, meditation, yin, and pranayama.

She has practiced yoga in over 12 countries, with countless different teachers and students. Her continued practice is essential to her teaching as she is always evolving towards her true self. It is a daily practice that incorporates much more than the physical. And she hopes to share it with you.

Outside of yoga, she has a BA from Columbia University in New York in Middle East and North African Studies and Political Science and a MSc from the London School of Economics in Development Management. She currently works on projects related to economic development in the Middle East and North Africa. She loves to cooke vegetarian (and mostly vegan) food, to swim in the ocean, and play my harmonium.