Amy began practicing yoga on and off in 2015 as part of her fitness routine. After an extended period of time struggling with panic and anxiety, she committed to a 108 day yoga challenge and discovered she not only loved the physical aspects of yoga but the calming mental benefits as well. Amy believes that asana, breath work and meditation free the mind and body to listen and heal. She loves to encourage her students to find freedom and expression out of their innate desire for connection and healing. Amy received her 225-hr certification through Holy Yoga in 2018. She lives in Durango with her husband and 2 kids. When not practicing yoga, Amy enjoys being outdoors biking, skiing, hiking and camping with friends.