I’m so excited to share that Colleen Carey and I have opened a yoga, wellness and fitness center called Studio Ohana.
Please visit our website to see our current schedule!
Interested in private or small group classes? Send me a message for more information.
“Yoga is waking up… and once you wake up, it can be really hard to go back.” – Greg Marzullo
After hearing about the benefits of yoga, I began taking hot yoga classes in 2004 as a way to supplement my workout routine. Gradually realizing the impact yoga had on my happiness, outlook and general wellbeing, I began to deepen my practice over time, becoming serious about it in 2012. I have found that practicing yoga allows me to serve myself, making me a kinder and more peaceful person who in turn can serve others by spreading that peace and sense of self-acceptance.
For many of us, yoga begins with the physical (asana) practice. It is through asana that we are able to make a deeper connection between our bodies and minds, thereby experiencing the true essence of what is meant by the all-encompassing word “yoga.” The goal is that eventually the ideas learned during our physical practice actually transcend the mat, allowing us to bring presence, awareness and gratitude into our everyday lives.