Beth loves teaching yoga because it’s a way to be perfectly imperfect and help others see their true selves. Her classes embody the journey of mindfulness found off the mat, a daily practice of moving through the fog of life. She guides students to get present with the pose, even when it’s physically challenging. She loves to see students break through “shoulds and can’t” to work at their growing edges.
Beth’s current favorite pose is scales pose. If you look this one up, it’s challenging to many areas of the body, which reminds Beth to get present with her breath and stay intentional in the present moment.
When she is not teaching yoga, she is homeschooling her kids, making kombucha, creating new healthy recipes, working on multiple wood working projects, running outdoors, or reading science fiction. Her bucket list is full of adventure: to visit the Northern Lights and live outside of the U.S. She lives in Clayton with her husband, Pat, two children Cora and Charlie, miniature blue beagle, a duck, and four chickens. Beth completed her RYT-200 with Dancing Mind Yoga, Virginia in 2018.