Alexandra has been practicing yoga since 2003. Initially, she was drawn to the physical aspect of it to increase her strength and flexibility, but she soon discovered that yoga is more focused on calming the mind, breath awareness, and connecting on a deeper level with yourself and others. Alexandra's life has been transformed in many ways throughout her yoga journey, and she believes it can be a powerful tool to dig deep within ourselves and uncover our true nature while working towards freedom and happiness. Her dedication to her practice led her to complete her 200-hour Yoga Alliance certification in 2010 as well as Vinyasa Teacher Training with Seane Corn, an internationally celebrated yoga teacher and activist. Alexandra strives to be an energetic and passionate teacher so she can creatively teach others how to physically and mentally become stronger and heal through yoga poses and philosophy. Outside of yoga she loves to spend time with family and friends, travel around the world, dance, explore new cooking recipes, and snuggle up with a good book.