The name of my business, Power of Three Yoga, grew out of the strength I find in my connection to my sisters. When teaching yoga, I strive to raise my students’ awareness of the importance of acknowledging, building and honoring our connection to others as well as to ourselves. My Master’s Degree is in Continuing Adult Education. I have worked in the fitness industry for over 20 years, previously teaching weight training for women and aerobic dance. My yoga practice began 23 years ago and I have been teaching yoga since 2009. My 200 hour teacher training certification was completed through the Olive Tree Yoga Foundation. I have also completed Journey into Power, Level 1, with the Baptiste Power Yoga Institute, and in 2016 I became certified to teach Unnata Aerial Yoga. I recently retired from dance having studied and performed with the West African dance company, WADOMA, for 13 years. Dance and yoga allows you to express and release tension, emotions, and thoughts that can disrupt clear thinking and actions; they keep us on the path to our greatest potential.