As an activist for positive change in the world abroad, Abigail found yoga to support the realization of peace that exists within. Her classes are often inspired by daily life experiences. She hopes to guide students with yogic teachings that are fruitful both on and off the mat. To Abigail, yoga is a gift and she feels that teaching and practicing have a symbiotic relationship.
Since 2016, Abigail has delved into over 500 hours of yoga teacher training. Her trainings have had focus on vinyasa, therapeutic and restorative yoga, hands-on assists, guided yoga nidra, ayurveda, and yogic philosophy. She has also continued her experience in studying and teaching Yin Yoga, Children’s Yoga, Chair Yoga, and more.
She welcomes and appreciates the reflections offered by her students and teachers alike. Abigail is passionate about bringing the community together in many ways; one of which is through yoga, or union. Her classes bring about a balance between vitality and restoration. She acknowledges people in their wholeness and encourages students to come as they are.