Lynn, RYT, RPYT, has been an enthusiastic and evolving yogini for many years! Lynn’s strength building vinyasa yoga classes are influenced by her study of Iyengar yoga and informed by her experiences as a student of vinyasa, vinyasa flow, yin and Anusara traditions. She completed her 200 hour yoga teacher training through Samyama Yoga Center's Dharma Path Teacher Training Program in Palo Alto and is passionate about sharing her knowledge. Awareness and integration of the breath and subtle energy centers of the body are woven in to Lynn’s teaching style. Grounded in Patanjali’s eight limbs, each of Lynn’s classes has at its foundation a specific theme that inspires students to forge deeper connections to the yoga tradition. She balances creative and vibrant sequencing with attention to safety. Lynn exudes positive energy and teaches with integrity, compassion and authenticity.
Lynn completed her 100 hour Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training with Lotus Blossom Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training and Mindful Resilience for Trauma Recovery Teacher Training with the Veteran’s Yoga Project, both in Palo Alto, CA.
Lynn enjoys collaborating with other yoga instructors and healing practitioners to bring a variety of wellness and yoga experiences to her yoga community. She and a talented sound healer friend offer Yoga and Sound Healing Events at several locations in the Bay Area. Lynn and other friends and yoga instructors enjoy engaging yogis in workshops and other special events including partner yoga, goat yoga, yoga birthday parties and summertime SUP yoga (Stand Up Paddleboard).
A graduate of Pepperdine University with a degree in Sports Medicine, Lynn has been a lifelong athlete in many disciplines including running, volleyball, hiking, soccer, softball swimming, cycling and, of course, yoga. After a successful career in Biotech Clinical Program Management, she chose a new life journey evolving around yoga and is pleased with opportunities the new direction has provided.
A dedicated mother of two, Lynn balances precious family time with her spirit of adventure, enjoying music and being in nature.
Lynn feels the spirit of yoga instruction is mutually shared; the honor of offering instruction as a yoga guide is just as rewarding as receiving the gifts of yoga as a student.