Long Beach, CA
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I took my first yoga class 8 years ago and it have been in love ever since!
My love of yoga and led me to pursue certification, and I graduated from the Roots & Wings Yoga Teacher Training program in May of 2010. Since that time, I have logged over 700 teaching hours, with experience teaching gentle, beginning, prenatal and advanced vinyasa.
Whether you are looking to power up or wind down, contact me for a customized practice that is right for you!
Courtney D. March 2, 2011
"Annie is an inspiring instructor who teaches your mind, body and spirit. She customizes each class to support my desired results, as well as around any ailments. I have had ankle problems for years and she customizes each posture specifically to get the maximum benefit with the least amount of stress to my ankles. I look forward to my time with Annie and highly recommend her classes to anyone looking to relieve stress and find inner peace. She will improve your thinking and your body and you would be lucky to have her as your betteriest."
Kristin M. February 17, 2011
I have had the opportunity to take both a private and group classes with Annie and have been more than happy with both. Annie is an engaging instructor with the ability to listen to the students wants and needs as well as the ability to incorporate strong balance and dimension into all her classes. One can really tell how much thought and heart Annie puts into each and everyone one of her classes. As a passionate yogini, Annie does a beautiful job instructing Vinyasa flow and makes practicing with her a wonderful experience. Namaste!"
Charisse N. February 14, 2011
"I've been a student of Annie since September 2010. I've been practicing yoga off and on for the past 10 years - being an older student with some wrist, sole injuries, Annie is such a blessing! I go to Annie's class because for me, yoga is my moving meditation. Annie's gift is her total attention to her students, her connection with us at the very beginning of class - when she takes the time to touch each and everyone of her students - giving that much needed kneading of the shoulders, or if the class is full, that gentle straightening of the back - and that simple act somehow connects her and the rest of the class energetically - an invitation to share the space, light and love of the moment. Annie's guided images are so animated, inspiring - as she does the asanas herself, she then speaks that which she experiences directly to the cells and muscles of her students - externally, i may not seem to have assumed the poses being not of flexible body, but internally, i feel my body move, soften, adjust, stretch, and my mind at peace with the breath. Annie is a great teacher - a very generous teacher - and the bonus is at end of class, during savassana, when she so lovingly presses down on the shoulders, kneads the shoulders, adjusts the head, massages the scalp and then that ever so gentle finger pressed on the top of the crown. that's annie - that's what sets her apart from other yoga teachers. Spending an hour and half with her in her class is like going to a meditation hall, better than just sitting on the mat...oh, and the music! they inspire as well - "