Tara began practicing yoga in 2010 while rehabbing a back problem. She was very apprehensive about the practice but thankfully landed in the class of a very experienced teacher, both personally and professionally. Tara felt completely at ease and safe in class and she strives to create that same safe place for all her students, no matter what their ability or experience level. “If you can breath, you can do yoga.” Tara took her 500 hour teacher training in 2014 and her Yoga Nidra Facilitator Training in 2015. Tara is thankful every day for the physical and mental benefits of yoga. The tools of yoga have helped her tremendously in dealing with a chronic spinal problem. Safety is her number one priority in classes and she utilizes a number of props to help her students access poses in ways that work for their individual bodies. Tara strives to demonstrate how the techniques that are practices ON the mat can be taken OFF the mat into our everyday lives. She has taught chair yoga and cat yoga!!