I was raised in Northern Mexico in a small, seaside city called Tampico. The City is surrounded by water, and its essence found its way into my heart. Through this love of water, I became enthralled with fluid movement and the interaction between the body and the mind. These passions were manifest through martial arts and its traditions and competitive spirit.
I began Yoga to improve my alignment and promote proper breathing during physical activities. I immediately fell in love with it and its focus on balancing the body and mind. I am new to teaching yoga, but I have an old soul with years experience in martial arts and the mind-body connection. I completed my Vinyasa Flow Yoga teacher training in 2015 in Tulum, Mexico, where I now live.
Shortly after a Tribal Yoga studio opened in Tulum, I was given an opportunity to teach a class. My Sunday fun-day Tribal Yoga practice is often the highlight of my week. Our Yoga community plays with poses and I share effective ways to increase balance, flexibility, and strength as they relate to inversions, balance, and movement.
As a Yogi, both on and off the mat, I consider myself a perpetual student, always open to learning different ways of teaching, practicing, and points of view in order to grow my practice. This can come from different styles of yoga, or even other disciplines in movement.
Having a great relationship with Tribal Yoga and ZAMAS Hotel, along with other Tulum based companies, I am planning yoga events for the near future… because practicing and visiting paradise sounds like a dream come true.
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