If you need a more accessible version of this website, click this button on the right. Switch to Accessible Site


You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.

Close [x]

Mission Statement:

We are a community-based studio for yoga and related mind-body experiences. We believe that yoga is for every body, regardless of age or physical capacity. Our mission is to reach and teach those who would benefit from yoga and provide the opportunity for personal expression on all levels - physical, creative, and artistic.

(907) 474-8108

I began my yoga journey in 1975 with Richard Hittleman’s book, 28 Days of Yoga. Taking the book to live in the Alaska bush with my husband, Jim, I established a daily practice of yoga and meditation that has served me to this day. After moving to Fairbanks I became involved in several Mind-Body disciplines and yoga took a back seat. I studied the art of Shudokan and Gosoke-Ryu karate for 23 years and hold blackbelts in Shudokan karate, Iaido and Gosoke Ryu and a brown belt in Kung Fu with Dr. Charles Scott.  I presently enjoy Tai Chi and the ancient art of Qigong. In addition to my passion for the martial arts, I returned to pursuing yoga passionately in 2000, and have been instructing since 2005. I have taught yoga classes at the International Karate Association, as a private instructor, for seniors in the OLLI program and currently I teach weekly classes at the Senior Center and Heart Stream Yoga. My teacher training came about through Sundari’s Anusara teacher immersions and Lynn Minton. I am grateful for the influence of Susanne Lyle and Teri Vierick. My 200 hour certification process was through White Lotus Yoga with Ganga White and Tracey Rich and I am a 200 hour RYT  and a 200 hour E-RYT with Yoga Alliance.
I bring to my classes a love of alignment, the beauty of a quiet center, and the joy of inner discovery.

Go to top of page