She learned much in her time there; most powerfully, how important every life is, even the ones we cannot see like the archetypal life of our inner child or the life of plant/nature spirits and the responsive energies in water. She does her best to teach yoga classes from this perspective: that everything is alive and deserving of conscious, loving, compassionate attention.
Every time she comes to her mat, or comes to share yogic philosophy or asana with others, she learns more about the connection between mind and body, and learns to become more humble and grateful for the gifts of movement, growth, and life itself.
She is absolutely in love with wolves, and plans to volunteer at the Mission Wolf Sanctuary in Colorado after spending a few more years here in beautiful Utah. Her life goal, though, is to create a wellness center for people from all walks of life to rest, eat, learn, share and grow food; this year, she hopes that she can expand her knowledge and skills, and refine that vision to begin the process of making it happen!