In yoga we practice opening the mind, softening the heart, and in doing so we make ourselves at once invincible and vulnerable. We achieve this by relaxing the mind, releasing tension in the body, and allowing whatever is in the field of awareness to arise and dissolve.
— Donna Farhi

While my first teacher took the form of my mom’s Kathy Smith VHS, I went on to study with many different teachers in various styles and traditions over the years. My exploration eventually lead me to Rod Stryker's ParaYoga, which resonated deeply with me. To further develop my personal practice, and to share the profound effects that yoga can have with others, I continued my studies with Karina Mirsky, whom I received my 200-hour yoga teaching certification from in 2014. I am currently a Yoga Alliance registered yoga & meditation teacher. 

A seeker by nature, yoga took its roots in me early on. Initially drawn in by the physical practice, yoga has since revealed itself to be a discipline that touches every aspect of my being. It has become not only a way to keep my physical body in balance, but also the means through which I source peace, clarity, and strength. I truly believe that yoga is the single most important tool that anyone—and everyone—has for maintaining their well-being: physically, mentally, and spiritually.


My style of teaching is strongly influenced by Tantric Hatha Yoga, and incorporates asana, pranayama, and meditation, along with bits of ayurveda and yogic philosophy. My goal is to help cultivate a sattvic (pure, balanced, and joyous) energy in those I teach, leading them towards the beauty of stillness, the power of presence, and the value of connection to the teacher within.

I am currently available to teach private, group, and corporate classes in the Ann Arbor, Michigan area. Please reach out to with any inquiries.

2018 Class Schedule

Family Slow Flow Yoga at Peachy Fitness in Ann Arbor


Looking for a way to relax and unwind with your teen or tween while introducing them to yoga? Family Slow Flow Yoga will guide you through a sequence of gentle, slow-flowing poses designed to help relieve stress and tension in the body. Syncing breath to movement, we will mindfully move through postures that encourage the mind and body to find balance and calm. This class is open to all levels, ages 11 and up.

Tuesday Nights from 7:15-8:15pm, April 3-May 22nd