Rachel believes yoga is a life changer. Teaching for over nine years, she is known for her scrupulous attention to alignment and her fun and juicy flow series, Rachel challenges all levels of students to find their highest level of expression in each pose. With each breath, we can reclaim and rebuild our bodies, literally making them stronger and more supple. Rachel teaches basic, intermediate and advanced yoga flow classes. Both in private and group sessions, she focuses intently on the breath, allowing maximum stretch and detox in every single pose. A former dancer, she believes in the transforming power of Yoga as healer and youth serum, and it is her passion to spread these beautiful teachings to as many people as she can!
Rachel has taught at many studios throughout the city including Equinox, Mercedes Club, The Educational Alliance, New York Sports Club and Bija Yoga. She’s had the privilege of teaching yoga to inner city youth in the Bronx, people suffering with dementia, and in several office spaces, including L’Oreal and Fresh Direct. She is the guest yoga teacher each year at The New Dramatist's "Playtime Series", a graduate of Yoga Works, she recently completed her teacher training with Liberation Prison Yoga, having worked with women just released from Rikers Island. In addition, she completed a year-long advanced anatomy training in Bones, Joints and Common Injuries at Anatomy Studies for Yoga Teachers last year. She has taken numerous workshops at Jivamukti Yoga and the Shambhala Center.
With awareness, breath and constant dedication, the body will shift, and so will the mind. She can't wait to share yoga with you!