Many of you have met Anna already–in class or taking a class from her, but it always nice to get to know someone a little better. Anna’s such a multi-talented amazing person, I thought you all should hear a bit about her thoughts on yoga.
Q: How would you describe the kind of yoga you teach?
I teach vinyasa inspired yoga, where breath is matched to movement and that is accessible to all levels of students. My classes are sequenced around a physical focus and an intention and poses are thoughtful sequenced to help students access a more challenging peak pose.
Q: What do you love about yoga?
Yoga is a many faceted practice and there is so much to love about it. First and foremost, I love that yoga is a physical practice that makes experiencing the world in your own body more freeing. Yoga helps us work out the kinks and tightness in our bodies and trains us to be mindful of our own internal wisdom. With less pain and more patience we can all experience the world as a brighter place.
Q: What do you love about teaching?
I love that teaching gives me an opportunity to share things that bring me joy with others. Joy, like yawning, is infectious and teaching enables me to be the start of my own little joy epidemic. I also love to learn and teaching yoga encourages me to keep studying and experiencing yoga as a practitioner so I can creatively share it with my students.