For more than two decades, I have been immersed in the world of breath, movement and music. My formative experiences came under the tutelage of my first teacher David Goulet, who led me through months of pranayam and breath awareness training before we moved onto physical postures, or asana. A two-year apprenticeship with him in cancer therapy saw me use a combination of yoga, breath and music to support those with terminal illnesses. That possibility fired up my imagination and paved the way for much of what was to follow.
My travels eventually took me to Los Angeles, where I had the privilege to learn from prominent teachers while accompanying them musically. It is through these years of study that I have honed my practice around how to utilize breathwork, music, voice, and embodiment to create restorative states and enable deep relaxation.