Yoga happens in the now. The word “Yoga” can be defined as union: of light and dark, sun and moon, fire and water, male and female, pain and pleasure, inhalation and exhalation, making space for the ebb and flow rhythm of life, for balance within opposing forces.
Amanda first began Yoga casually, learning from her younger sister’s exploits and the occasional fitness DVD. However, after being diagnosed with the central nervous system disease Fibromyalgia in November 2013, Amanda soon found Yoga to be the ultimate aid to healing on both a physical, psychological, and spiritual level.
A halfhearted hobby evolved into a deeply personal practice, which somehow spread its wings into all aspects of daily life. Amanda completed her teacher training at ISHTA Yoga in the Spring of 2015, and could not be more excited and humbled to share all she has learned in the quest for self-care, balance, and internal peace amidst the surrounding chaos.