Ever since she can remember, Hannah has always been restless. Her curiosity and abundant energy kept her running, dancing, playing, painting, drawing and reading all day until she dropped, often times with her hand still marking the page in a book. It’s not a surprise that as she grew older she began to get a little burnt out. In an effort to stay active despite multiple injuries, she began attending yoga classes at her local gym. There was something about the rhythm – the incredible dynamic between breath and movement – that she loved, and soon enough she was hooked. Although her relationship with Downward Facing Dog has continued to be complicated there were, luckily, other aspects of the practice that began to develop and take hold: intention, mindfulness, and radical love and acceptance.
In her classes, she encourages curiosity, emphasizes proper alignment, and incorporates her passions for both music and philosophy. Her goal is to create a space in which her students can experience their deepest presence.
Hannah received her training with Rosie Acosta through YogaWorks and is RYT-200 certified.