I am so blessed to know this lady and call her a friend. She is one of the sweetest , and has literally changed my life. I wanted to interview her to get some insight on why she loves yoga.
1. Could you tell me a little about yourself?
I have a life long fascination with beautiful, meaningful, tasty things. I studied architecture, got my PHD in philosophy , taught design history at Purdue, and now working on a cookbook for my daughters. I’m a nerd that loves to read, write , eat and cook.
2. How did you get interested in yoga?
I got interested in yoga by accident. There are still classes at Morton Community center near campus where my daughter took dance lessons. I saw the course and schedule and then thought I’d give it a try as a break from teaching and analytical thinking. I found myself happier after each practice.
3.What encouraged you to teach yoga?
Two reasons: I wanted to become more consistent with my practice and I wanted to learn about modifications that would help me keep practicing despite achy knees or a sore neck.
4.What do you think is the biggest health benefit with yoga?
The biggest health benefit is emotional. I feel lighter in spirit and body.
5.How has yoga changed your life?