With a Masters Degree in Sport & Performance Psychology and Mental Health & Behavioral Medicine, Brittney brings an unparalleled understanding of the mind body connection to all of her teachings. She artfully integrates a lens of healing and mental well-being into all of her classes, seasonal workshops, and retreats. Her flows challenge as her words soothe and students are left with an experience that is both incredibly renewing and empowering.
During her years as a therapist, Brittney worked with individuals with significant trauma histories, anxiety, depression, and other mental health struggles. It was during this time that she discovered the safe, healing, grounding gift of yoga. From this belief that yoga heals, Brittney completed 200 and 300 hour yoga teacher trainings from Baron Baptiste and Jacqui Bonwell, along with extensive training in both Trauma-Sensitive Yoga with David Emerson of the Trauma Center and Yoga for Emotional Health & Healing with Kate Graham.
In her sport psychology work with professional, collegiate, and high school athletes, Brittney trained athletes to harness the power of the mind, and now guides students toward this same powerful presence through the physicality of their yoga practice.
Brittney is passionate about sharing the gifts of yoga in a way that feels accessible to every person. She invites students to show up to class exactly as they are and to trust that they have tremendous purpose, courage, and support within. Her classes will both challenge you and hold a space for you to breathe, explore, empower, and ultimately walk out of class with mind, body, and heart in alignment.
Outside of the studio, Brittney has two young daughters, writes, loves time in nature and is on a journey to heal from autoimmune diseases. She seeks to create a community of joy and love, and is filled with gratitude for the opportunity to do this as both teacher and student through this transformative practice.