Phyllis first jumped onto the mat in 2011 to relieve the sore muscles from her daily run and swim. Never did she imagine that Yoga will bring her positivity and balance in everything she does. Hook onto this unexpected sense of bliss, she decided to share her practice.
Phyllis did her 200-hrs Teacher Training in 2015 and got herself certified in Universal Yoga. She is deeply grateful to her teachers Andrey Lappa, Copper Crow and People of Kula who continue to inspire her.
In her classes, she always includes turns and rotations, breaking free of the conventional linear front-back practice. This not only keeps all muscle groups active throughout the practice, it also trains the students’ concentration. She believes that there is always something to learn in every class and hopes her students will also find their kind of bliss in her classes.