Beth first began practicing yoga in college, learning quickly that its purpose was to guide her back to a feeling of home within herself each and every time she stepped onto her mat. In 2017, Beth completed 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training, began teaching, and never looked back. In that same year, she completed a holistic wellness coaching certification program at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. At the start of 2020, Beth immersed herself in the ancient teachings of yoga through 300-Hour Yoga Teacher Training in India with a special focus on trauma informed yoga, Ayurveda, and honoring the sacredness of yoga’s roots.
Beth is deeply passionate about encouraging her students to carry their practice into their daily lives — yoga off the mat. Currently, Beth is pursuing her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Through teaching yoga, coaching, and her work as a future counselor, Beth strives to facilitate self-study, or Svadhyaya in Sanskrit, as she holds space for her students and clients to inquire with themselves, live with greater intention and awareness, and tend to the ever changing needs of their body, mind, and heart.