After many years of competitive athletics and an on and off yoga practice, discovering vinyasa yoga was life changing for Georgia. Finally, a place to clear her mind and move her body without the pressure of the competitive environment, which no longer served her. After several years of regular practice and first hand experience of the transformative and healing power of yoga, Georgia decided to attend a Baptiste level 1 teacher training and pursue a 200-hour teaching certification. Her classes are Baptiste inspired, but Georgia considers herself a student of many styles of yoga and draws inspiration from all of the great teachers she has the privilege to work with.
It is important to Georgia to take her work off of her mat and into the world. She works with the Olive Tree Yoga Foundation as a program director and traveled to Kenya in the summer of 2013 to train with teachers from the Africa Yoga Project.
When she’s not teaching or practicing yoga, Georgia likes to run, swim, bike, cross-country ski, take late-night dog walks, cook, knit, read, watch movies and plan travel adventures. You can find her at Inner Fire, Kula Yoga and Wellness and The Studio in Madison, Wisconsin.