What do you do when not the friendly face behind the desk? I just graduated from grad school receiving my MA from Emerson College in Theatre Education. So, recently I was just working on finishing my thesis. However, now I am working on searching for a high school teaching job in Theatre. I have fulfilled many roles in theatre productions and projects such as: playwright, instructor/teacher, director, actor, facilitator, devisor, photographer, stage manager etc. I also love being outside, traveling, photography, crafting, reading, Netflix, immersing myself in live theatre, and snuggling with my cat.
Where are you from and what brought you to Boston? I am originally from Ephrata, Pennsylvania, a small town located in Lancaster County, between Harrisburg and Philadelphia. I came to Boston in the fall after I graduated from undergrad to take the year off and nanny my cousin's twin daughters. I then applied to grad school during this time and started at Emerson the following year.
Fun fact about you? I am an INFP, which is the rarest of of the Myers-Brigg personality types.
Latest Yoga breakthrough? Applying my breathing to life outside of the studio when I find myself in anxious moments.
Insiders tip? Never say you can't. Something you may think you would never be able to do may come to you with ease a year or two down the line. Also--always remember it's not a Yoga perfect, it's a Yoga practice.
What has been the most rewarding aspect of being behind the desk?Meeting all the different kinds of people who come to CCY. Everyone has a story and why they come to Yoga. I love learning more about the students. I also love working with my fellow work study students. Some of them have become some of my closest friends. There are times I am unable to make it to class because of scheduling and life getting in the way, but I always love coming in for my shift because this studio is like home to me and everyone who works here feels like family.