Monica’s love of yoga originates from her desire to help people heal and recover from injury and illness. She has over 1000 hours of training in massage therapy, structural integration and movement therapies. She felt that adding the knowledge gained from practicing and teaching yoga she could help better assist in her clients recovery. Monica now focuses full time on teaching yoga.
By integrating her knowledge of the body into her teaching, she has used yoga to help those suffering from Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis, and acute and chronic injuries. She currently teaches an adaptive/chair yoga class for all levels and abilities as well as many others on 3B’s regular schedule.
Monica has been teaching yoga for 14 years and has participated in 3 teacher trainings. She has had the privilege of studying with multiple Ashtanga teachers, movement specialists and adaptive yoga teachers. As well as learning from more experienced teachers, Monica has had the privilege of learning from her many students throughout the years.
Monica leads the 200 hour Teacher Training, the Internship Program, and The Art of Sequencing Training.
Besides spending time with her family, Monica enjoys experimenting with recipes, animals and being active in the great outdoors. She has a passion for studying all things related to Ashtanga yoga and anatomy and going downhill really fast.