Amy has always had a love of movement and of self-study. When Amy began to study yoga, she was amazed to see how empowering this combination can be. To Amy, the practice of yoga is not just about the physical movement on the mat, it is about the opportunity to learn about how to tap into the potential that exists in us all. Amy’s classes are creatively and knowledgably sequenced. She believes a balanced practice of yoga is a pathway to a clearer mind and a healthier life. Amy has been a certified fitness instructor since 1999 (AFFA , Spinning, Kwando,YogaFIt). In 2013, Amy worked with Ali Valdez and Liz Doyle (Sattva Yoga) to achieve her 200 hour RYT and is currently working on 500 hours certification. In 2013, Amy completed the Teacher Assisting program (TAP) with Lisa Black. She has also attended intensive programs and workshops with Master teachers including Edward Clark (Tripscichore Yoga) and has completed over 100 hours with Andrey Lappa (Universal Yoga).