Taylor's classes are thoughtful, yet light. They give yogis permission to be present in their practice, wherever that is for them. She welcomes people of any walk of life and any level of yoga experience to tune in with their breath and flow. Taylor has a soothing way of bringing the mind and body together in an intentional way to help open us up and hold space.
All of the people I've met through yoga - friends, teachers, students - who put their own spin on the knowledge and light of yoga and make magic in different ways through this ever-supportive community.
Favorite Style of Yoga
I love to start small and build heat through a power flow and balance that with restorative and yin. I also try to not lose sight of what it's like to come to your first yoga class, and want all levels to feel like they have space in my classes to grow.
I set a goal to travel to 25 countries & 25 states while I was still 25 years old - and I completed that with a trip to Iceland! I lived in Charlotte, North Carolina before moving to D.C., which is where I did my 200 hour yoga training.
Yoga is not about touching your toes. It's about what you learn on the way down.