Here’s the scoop…
In 2017, I was admitted to the hospital for what they thought was a stroke. After two months of testing and an exploratory brain surgery, I was diagnosed with Tumefactive MS – a rare, sudden-onset form of Multiple Sclerosis that left me struggling to walk, talk, and swallow.
I was lucky.
Prior to this happening, I was a yoga teacher with deep training in asana, pranayama, and meditation. I’ve used these practices every day since I was released from the hospital to manage my symptoms. These practices have aided in neuroplasticity and have brought about real healing.
I love sharing these practices to help others with MS and other neurological conditions to heal their own mind and body through movement.
A few fun facts about me:
- I am a 200-Hour Registered Yoga Teacher, currently discovering joy in aerial yoga. I teach adaptive yoga.
- Writing has always been one of my passions. Read more about my story here.
- In 2015, I graduated from the University of North Texas with a degree in Public Relations.
- Reiki I & II certified.