When she’s not sharing yoga, she loves to hike and ski. “Winter is the best time to hike; no bugs, no crowds, and amazing beauty! I feel so blessed to be living in this very special place with the mountains so close, and I take every spare moment to be out in the woods all year round! In the winter it’s hiking, skiing downhill and Nordic, and snowshoeing. In the summer I love to find those ice cold mountain streams and jump in! I also love reading and spending time with my family, and our two dogs.
In my classes, I try to help people relax and breathe, first and foremost. It’s fun to get some heat and strength building movement happening, but if you’re struggling to push yourself into “doing it right” it’s easy to get injured. Simple is better, and to quote a favorite teacher of mine, “Gentle is the new advanced.” Yoga should be a practice that everyone can use throughout their whole life, whether it’s a strong asana, or quiet conscious breathing. I try to offer this openness for people to practice in the way that works best for the individual body, and state of mind in the moment.”
Sue teaches Tuesday’s at 6PM, and again on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 8:15AM.