Top 10 questions I've been asked:

  1. How long have you been practicing yoga? I've been practicing since 2013 so that would make 5yrs now.

  2. How did you get into doing Yoga?  After having a horrible drinking problem i tried out Mixed Martial Arts.  I truly loved it but needed something else to assist with my transitions in Brazilian Ju-Jitsu.  I started doing Bikram yoga after googling "Yoga".  After about 6 months I needed something more. I started going to Power Vinyasa and then found Rocket yoga!!  

  3. What style of yoga do you practice?  I practice and teach Rocket yoga.

  4. Have you ever practiced gymnastics?  No I haven't but I would LOVE to!!

  5. How long have you been teaching yoga?  I got certified in June 2014 and started teaching right away.

  6. How many siblings do you have?  I am 1 out of 7 children. I have 5 sisters and 1 brother. I am number 6 in the line up.

  7. What is your favorite yoga asana/pose?  My favorite asana is Hollowback! There is a sweet blend between strength, flexibility and being upside down that does it for me.

  8. What else do you do other tan yoga to get stronger?  This is my favorite one!!  Other than calisthenics I would have to say nothing. I love being upside down so much that I'm lift my body weight on a daily basis.

  9. What is "Rocket" Yoga?  Rocket Yoga, also known as 'The Rocket', is a style of yoga developed by Larry Shultz in San Francisco during the 1980s. Rocket Yoga is rooted in the Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga practice of yoga. It is combined with and restructured from the Primary and Intermediate Series of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga as well as key postures from the 3rd and 4th advanced series of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga. Schultz's yoga was first called "Rocket Yoga" by Bob Wier of The Grateful Dead, because Weir said, "It gets you there faster."  Larry's system was informed by over nine years of dedicated Ashtanga practice with his teacher Sri K. Pattabhi Jois.

  10. "Am I to old or big to do yoga?" Not at all my friend!!  Anybody and ANY AGE can do yoga.  Yoga is for is for everyone....