Cynthia has taught courses in yoga philosophy, yoga asana, and human anatomy and brings a very instructional component to her teaching. This attention to detail- and really to the art of tuning attention to its finest point- brings her class deep into the experience of the body, breath, and heart. This creates safety and kindness in the practice. Cynthia continues to pursue her understanding of the practice wherever and whenever she can. She is a registered Yoga Therapist and has over two decades of study with world-class teachers in several schools of yoga, including Ashtanga, Iyengar, Vinyasa Krama, and modern flow blends. She is Pilates trained and has a Masters Degree in Nutrition.
Her classes have a spontaneity that is directly influenced by her passion for biomechanics, self-inquiry, and the deeply rooted grace of the yoga asanas themselves. She believes that yoga is a celebration of the body and especially the heart. The time on the mat is simply meant to be playful, fun, a little sweaty, one part adventurous and one part elegant, and always transformational.