Meet Stacey

Life for me has always been about the journey and not the destination. Sports kept me busy through college, but the education system didn’t resonate with my learning style. Over 14 years ago I was guided to the mat to help organize the internal chaos and chatter but what I found was so much more. My time on my mat has allowed me to cultivate understanding of the mind/body/soul connection, find balance and boundaries, and serve the world from my authentic heart space. Yoga brings me freedom through self-awareness, a safe place for radical self-acceptance, and alignment with my divine purpose of sharing and being JOY. My goal is to hold a safe, lighthearted, playful space for total wellness, personal exploration, healing and alignment of your heartfelt desire.

My primary focus is on children (of all ages) offering yoga, art and mindfulness from the heart. Currently serving preschools, domestic violence shelters, foster-care, and schools, I have a heightened natural ability to tune in and support children with an abundance of energy and alternative learning styles. I meet people where they are at and teach from a place where things make sense to the student based on how they receive information.

When I am not on my mat, you can find me manifesting magic, creating art, traveling, playing, grooving and spreading joy.

200 RYT CorePower Yoga, trained in power flow, restorative, and yin
IRest Level 2 Teacher in Training with Dr. Richard Miller
Currently training with Whitney Freya as a Creatively Fit Coach

What inspired you to teach Yoga?

My heart-felt desire to support consciousness and healing through compassion, service, and self-awareness. Oh and love love love.

What is your favorite Asana?

Just as our needs fluctuate in any moment, our practice reflects and supports this. At this moment, Sukhasana.

“And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don’t believe in magic will never find it.” Roald Dahl