Hannah came to yoga and Ayurveda from a stressful, jam-packed life with debilitating allergies and asthma. Tired of being over-worked, medication, inhalers, doctors, and caffeine, she was willing to try anything and through the practices of yoga and Ayurveda discovered how to take charge of her own health and life. Practice–yoga, meditation, cooking, or simply following a daily routine–is how she has learned to live in alignment with her own dreams every day. Hannah believes that this is everyone’s birthright.
A specialist in helping New Yorkers learn self-care, Hannah’s yoga classes, food and practical tools for daily living have helped many people find balance and be prepared to handle the variety of challenges that life provides. Hannah is an Ayurvedic Holistic Health Counselor, yoga teacher trained in Anusara yoga and Yogahour®, and Reiki practitioner. Hannah is also a wildly creative private chef, featured on the Food Network and cooking up wholesome and absurdly delicious meals seasonally at FarmToYoga, Seven Arrows Farm, and many other yoga retreats annually. Her distinct and playful approach to life will win your heart and inspire your own practice.
In Hannah’s yoga classes, students learn how to safely explore their edges with the intelligence of good alignment and the curiosity of an open heart. Hannah provides clear, concise instruction in the principles of anatomy and biomechanics through the lens of yoga philosophy and Ayurveda. Using this therapeutic approach, students’ experience is optimized to feel better physically, mentally, and emotionally. Practices include asana, pranayama (breathing techniques) meditation, and vinyasa (moving with the breath). Hannah is an excellent teacher of beginners, individuals looking to overcome injuries, and the advancing student looking to deepen their practice.