I’m not interested in dogma or right belief.
I’m interested in spiritual seeking and intentional living.
I’m interested in spiritual practices that support the tasks of our everyday living and call us to ask deeper questions about life and love and mystery.
I’m a Quaker minister, viniyoga teacher, and yoga therapist. I weave together ancient teachings from the East and West: the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, the Bhagavad Gita, the Upanishads, the Hebrew and Christian Bible, and the Quaker traditions of peace and simplicity.
Spirituality is part of what it means to be human.
We were born and we will die. Inherent in this knowledge is both hope and fear. Spiritual practice is the act of walking the path between birth and death with awareness, intention, and a receptivity to mystery.
Human beings desire meaning and purpose. We hunger for tools that help us deal with the complicated emotions of modern life (anxiety, stress, anger, grief, fear). We yearn for meaningful ways to express joy and mark important milestones.
We become who we practice becoming.
Whether you belong to a particular faith tradition, consider yourself an atheist, or find yourself somewhere in between, I’m here to help you build meaningful practices that lead to a life lived on purpose (rather than out of habit). A life with depth, tradition, and a sense of spirit.