“With the searching and deepening of my studies came entrance into the Franklin Method, which has given me not only a deeper understanding of functional anatomy, but the ability to see it in my body and in others. It has given me not only words, but ways to truly teach in a student centered way so that rather approaching teaching a class from a cueing perspective, I can lead with my eyes open.
I can see what’s really happening in the room, what needs to be addressed and where the flow of the class is going. I now have an open environment so people can ask questions and when there is an interest in learning more about one thing, the class can then move in that direction. My goal is now to offer the intention and experience of each pose as the wording, so it will apply to everyone and then my students can search for the pose from the inside out.”Read More