Prose and Poses is an embodied practice of yoga, movement, and writing to help you unshackle creativity, feel your body as an ally, and cultivate more self-intimacy.
Yoga and writing are my two greatest passions. At 22, after many years of struggling with an eating disorder, yoga returned me to a loving relationship with my body; what was once my antagonist is now my ally. As a kid, I taped poems to the back of my father’s office door; as a teenager, I poured confessional poems into lock-and-key diaries; and as an adult, I studied literature in graduate school; writing has been my primary method of inner knowing and outward expression. In my thirties, I prayed to synthesize seemingly disparate aspects of my life—yogi/teacher/writer—and imagined a practice both spiritually fulfilling and deeply creative; thus, Prose and Poses was born. From practicing yoga and writing in my dining room/converted yoga sanctuary, to sharing this gift in yoga studios and retreat centers on the Central Coast, Prose and Poses continues to emerge as a rich, satisfying experience to open creativity and deepen the relationship with Self.