Jill is a yogi, forever a student, yoga teacher, Ayurvedic Health Specialist and yoga teacher trainer. Jill has taught over over 2,000 hours of yoga classes, teacher trainings, private sessions and workshops. She works with the time-tested wisdom of Ayurveda and Yoga to empower you with greater self-awareness and connection to your true nature.
Jill’s journey began about 12 years ago on a path to recovering from an eating disorder and slowly yoga began to weave its way throughout her life. More recently, Jill used the practices and philosophies of Ayurveda and Yoga to beat breast cancer; she is continually humbled and inspired by the potential of Ayurveda and Yoga to transform, expand and heal and is devoted to sharing the practice with others.
Jill’s classes focus on breath, alignment and the interconnection between mind, body and spirit, allowing students to work at their own pace in a safe and transformational environment. She teaches workshops on the chakras, the business of teaching yoga, Ayurveda, yoga and essential oils and a 4-week series, Yoga for Beginners. She hosts annual events to celebrate and embody International Women’s Day, International Day of Yoga, Winter Solstice, gratitude in the Fall and new beginnings in January.
Jill’s offerings also include a seasonal Ayurvedic cleanse in the spring and fall and private one-on-one Ayurvedic consultations.
Jill believes it’s more important than ever that we use the practices of Ayurveda and Yoga to reconnect with what’s real and meaningful. If we slow down enough and learn to listen, the answers to vibrant health and more empowered living can be found all around us.
education and training
- 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training, Drishtiq Yoga, 2016
- Aerial Yoga Certification, Anahata Yoga Studio, 2018
- 300-Hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Training, White Lotus Home, 2020
- Restorative Yoga Certification, White Lotus Home, 2020
- Meditation Teacher Certification, White Lotus Home, 2020
“With each Vinyasa we focus our minds and strengthen our resolve. We let go of anything that holds us back so that we can make space for what moves us forward- from the four corners or our mats to the four corners of the earth.”
Let go of what you think should happen and open up to a world of possibility.