Understanding the connection between the body and the mind has been the focus of Linda’s practice and study of yoga. As a student of yoga for almost 10 years, she is passionate about bringing her own lessons as a student to the class room in her style of teaching.
A graduate of the University of Toronto with a major in Semiotics and Communication Theory she understands that the best way to teach is to continue to learn and strives to inspire her students to the same.
Her love of yoga has translated into her ability to lead students through challenging and dynamic classes in an attempt to guide students toward developing their own moving meditation over time. She regularly combines anatomical focus, philosophical discussion and intuitive adjustment to each class so that every student may find some way to relate to their own practice and the goals of that practice.
She has completed an 800 hour Yoga Alliance Teacher Training through Moksha Yoga, and has since completed courses on yoga anatomy with Susi Hately-Aldous and has learned from teachings on mindfulness meditation with Frank Jude Boccio, author of Mindfulness Yoga. She is preparing to begin coursework on The Foundations of Yoga, a yoga study course through Georg Feuerstein’s Traditional Yoga Studies Program.
A teacher of hot yoga, hatha and flow yoga, Linda has also worked privately with clients to help improve sports performance and rehabilitate from injury.