Maggie’s style is a balance between super playful and very deep work. She believes anything as challenging as personal development should have an element of lightness and humor. She is here to be a facilitator of connection, compassion and truth. She creates a space where students can intimately explore their personal story and being. We all know that intimacy is not without confrontation; Maggie believes in facilitating a purposeful edge in each experience that allows students to be pressed to a limit. Through this process they are able to come through the other side and keep the strength they were able to connect with. Together we laugh, we cry, we roll around and make noise and shapes. Most importantly we feel…a lot…. students are encouraged to invite it all in and feel everything. The experience is challenging and cathartic an experience deeply rooted in the heart that allows for self discovery. She draws inspiration from many styles of yoga, such as Ashtanga, Iyengar, Yin, and Bhakti and Kundalini. Ultimately her passion is with Vinyasa, restorative yoga, meditation and energy work. Maggie began teaching in 2012, she received her first certification from Corepower Yoga and completed intensive work with Jonny Kest in 2014. Maggie is a LoveYourBrain Certified teacher of yoga and mindfulness for the traumatic brain injury community. She has completed various trauma repair and nervous system regulation programs with Kimberly Ann Johnson. She has facilitated multiple and on-going teacher trainings and personal development programs for both students and teachers. Continuing education and group facilitation and personal development are an underlying theme in Maggie’s life and career.