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.



  1. Ale Velazquez

    Steph I thought of you today my dear friend. I am in California for a few days and picked up the practice you made for me so many moons ago. I am at a place today where I really feel a difference in my body to release and you curated my practice so beautifully. Sending you all of my love Steph and hopeful we can see each other again. You amazing resilient human. Reach me whenever you like 4696716617 ☀️❤️🥰💛

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