I flirted with yoga for a long time before we got serious. I fell in love during my first teacher training and we have been inseparable ever since.

How did yoga find you? I flirted with yoga for a long time before we got serious. I fell in love during my first teacher training and we have been inseparable ever since.

Who are your teachers / influencers? Rodney Yee and Colleen Saidman-Yee are my teachers in the truest sense of the word. People in my life, classes I take, books I’m reading, time spent in nature, students, my own mistakes, all influence my practice.

Explain your teaching style in three words. Alignment. Sequencing. Flow.

If you were a yoga pose, what pose would you be and why? Revolved triangle – because it’s complicated.

What’s your favorite song to flow to? Real Love Baby – Father John Misty.

Where would we find you on a Saturday night? It depends, do I have to teach Sunday morning?

What’s your favorite word that starts with the letter B? Balasana.

If your best friend were to write a book about you, what would it be called? Rerouting.

When you were young, what did you want to be when you grew up? National Geographic photographer.

What’s your favorite thing to do in the water? Float.

What are your thoughts on rosé? All day.

Aside from teaching yoga at our Hive, what drew you to Montauk and what do you love most about the East End?
I’ve been coming out to Montauk since I was a kid. There is something special about the way the sunlight hits the ocean as you drive east on Montauk Highway into town. The East End has its own unique color palette, many artists have tried to capture it. I never get tired of the light or making that drive.

Why do you think yoga is an essential part of our Montauk / Hamptons community?
Yoga is community. For a little while we share space, breathe, sweat, and find some peace together. The faces I see in class are the same ones I see around town, at the beach, and out at night. We’re all connected through our yoga practice.