1998 was a big year for me. I bought my first Bexley home, started my yoga practice, and turned 30. (I can’t lie, 1999 was a big year too, I married my husband, Pete Scott). I have practiced yoga through every major life transition since then – the birth of my three sons (and all the ensuing fun, starting kindergarten, middle school, high school and now college prep and playing Varsity sports), running multiple mini-triathlons and half marathons, weathering a major illness (and recovery) for a parent, and mourning tragic losses of friends and family members. I received my 200 hour certification in 2013, and after almost 25 years as a Speech and Language Pathologist, I decided to split my focus between my family, people with significant communication disorders, and people who need yoga to ground them in their lives and transition. I have been teaching up to 15 yoga classes a week ever since. I have practiced almost every style yoga to be found in Columbus, OH, but it my preference to teach accessible yet hard and fun vinyasa flow classes as well as yin classes. An avid concert goer, music is everything to me and is an important part of my classes. My personal mantra (Lennon/McCartney) “And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make.” I’m grateful to the yoga every day. It grounds me, and it has led to amazing friendships and connections in my Bexley community. Can’t wait to see you on the mat!