Jessie does not see herself as the perfect postured yogi pictured on a sunset beach. She also describes an existential dread that looms heavy overhead when she tries to be still and just breathe. For these reason, Jessie feels a connection to her students who struggle to bring yoga into their own lives.
Jessie strives to incorporate yoga into everyday life, without taking ourselves too seriously. She likes to create an approachable space for people that need to reconnect. To bridge the gap between mind and body, using active bodies to slow our sometimes over active minds. Yoga rescued Jessie from some dark moments in her life and for that very reason she wants to share this practice with you.
Outside of the studio you’ll find her in the great out doors with her dog, telling visual stories, or setting off on a new adventure. She received her 260 hour yoga certification through the Amalam School of Yoga with the esteemed Anne Howard. She continues her education through various workshops and is always learning through the practice of teaching. After all, we are in this together.