I started my fitness journey back in 1999 (YES…you can hum to Prince) teaching group fitness classes beginning with step/floor aerobics (AFAA) then to Body Pump (Les Mills) and discovered along the way I would fall in love with yoga in the early 2000’s, although exposed to yoga in the 90’s as a way to heal from an eating disorder (I thought yoga was weird)! But when I stepped on my mat, I felt like I was born again into a new body, a clear mind, a calm heart, a connection to not only myself, but also with God. The yoga mat became like a cathedral for my inner Catholic little girl, mountain pose became the steeple, camel became the pew, and child pose became my body prayer.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Amelia, 10yrs old
she lets us use are imagination(like going to the beach 🏖 going on roller coasters 🎢 and more fun things)￼￼and makes yoga 🧘♀️ sooooo fun
"The opportunity to work with Rachel has changed my life for the better. Her ability to tap in to my mind and physical needs depending on the day sets her apart from any other yoga experience I've had.
I am lucky to have her lead me on this journey towards inner peace."
As a former P.E. teacher I can really appreciate Rachel's teaching skills as she presents her yoga practices to a group of seniors. She is constantly changing her presentations to meet our needs. We really appreciate her deep concern and striving for excellence.
Carly Finke, 28yrs old
Ruth, 77yrs old
This self-paced online training was created with professional development in mind for elementary school teachers and education professionals who wish to further their mission to help students to feel seen, valued, and cared for – academically, physically, mentally, and emotionally.
This course provides education about the most efficient and effective mindful techniques to experience for yourself and to deliver to your students with calm, confidence, and connection. We believe that a calm brain is a learning brain.