About The Teacher
Rebeccah discovered yoga at a young age from her aunt who was a yoga teacher. She didn’t embrace yoga until she was 22 however, when she began to take classes at a local studio. The gates opened and yoga became a complete healing process, both physically and mentally. Deciding to explore the world and her love for yoga, she ended up volunteering at a school in a “slum” of India. The children were restless so she involved the entire school in a morning practice of yoga before each day began, which did wonders for the kids’ attention spans. It seemed to Rebeccah that she had found her place. In 2007 Upon returning to the U.S., she decided the next chapter of her life would be yoga teacher training. The training (RYT 200-hour) only confirmed that she made the right choice.
Since then she has studied many different avenues and styles of yoga as well as deepening her study of Aryuveda and anatomy. Her study of yoga has been influenced by teachers such as Seane Corn, Shiva Rae, Sarah Ivanhoe, Faith Hunter, Kathryn Budig, Coby Kozlowski and Rosey Mann.
Rebeccah continues to deepen her practice and has been amazed by the doors it has opened. Her ultimate passion is to intertwine her yoga community with volunteerism.