Bee has a passion for positively inspiring people to reach their health and lifestyle goals. If you train with Bee or attend her classes, you can expect to leave with a smile on your face feeling better than when you arrived.
Bee believes there is no single method of training that is perfect for everyone, so by using a client-centered approach she is able to work with individuals to first figure out their motivations and goals in order to create a program tailored to your interests and needs. In all of her trainings she places an emphasis on the mind-body connection regardless of the modality, be it traditional strength training, functional movements, high-intensity circuit training or yoga.
Bee’s family also works in the fitness and health industry, so coaching is in her blood. She has always been involved in athletics, some way or another, since she could walk. Her background competing in sports from a young age, and later coaching volleyball to kids helped her see early on the many positive benefits of a healthy lifestyle.
Searching for a way to bring a greater sense of balance and a deeper purpose to living, Bee found yoga. Like many people she had tried yoga a few of times, but found it too boring for her active personality. That all changed when she found the right teacher who introduced to her playful and exploratory aspects of yoga.
Bee traveled to Northern India to study yoga in the Himalayas. There she studied with masters in Iyengar, Ashtanga, Hatha and Therapeutic Yoga completing her 200-hour certificate in the fall of 2014. It is Bee’s philosophy that yoga is both an art and a science through by which one learns to cultivate understand and love for the self. Her classes are gentle and focus on alignment and developing awareness of the connections between body, mind and breath.
She is an ACE certified Personal Trainer, AAFA certified GroupEx instructor and Yoga Alliance International RYT-200 Registered Yoga Teacher.