She teaches a vinyasana hatha flow style of yoga, which can range from gentle to a more active practice, depending on her students. She taught herself yoga by teaching yoga to a group at Curves in 2006. She's been told that she teaches her “own style of yoga”, which is fine with her. She has never marched to the conventional drummer. So, she branded she style of yoga as YOGA~NIQUE. She invites you to join her for some “Yoga~Nique” yoga on the mat or in the air for some fun “Yoga~Nique” aerial yoga.
Meditations that she practices can range from a silent meditation to meditations based on Nischala Joy Devi’s meditations; deepening inner stillness. Of course, Savasana is the most enjoyed part of practicing yoga for most people. Savasana is going deep within oneself; staying alert, but letting go of all the tension in your body; total relaxation, so the body can let go of tension and rebalance itself. Our bodies need relaxation as well as adequate sleep.
She first became interested in practicing yoga to relieve her fibromyalgia and osteoporosis symptoms. She didn't like taking medications, so she knew exercise, relaxation, and stress management, along with healthy eating, was the path she wished to travel. Besides the physical aspect, yoga also helps her learn to relax, rest, and let her body renew itself. Yoga helps her have a more positive attitude towards how her body is feeling on any given day. Her yoga practice is her personal therapy to experience less pain, more flexibility, and a calmer mind. She loves the alignment of the body in yoga, but she also loves the joy of living your yoga “off the mat”. She believes in the power of yoga to connect her body with her breath, and her breath with her soul. She strives to create a safe and personal space for each student so that they may find their true self in a safe supportive environment.