Tori was immediately intrigued by the practice of yoga when she wandered into a crowded NYC studio 15 years ago, however it wasn’t until after the birth of her daughter quite some time later that her own practice really took hold. She started to notice subtle physical and spiritual changes and it became clear that life could be much more balances when time was devoted to the mat. After experiencing firsthand how healing yoga can be, Tori wanted to explore how she could share this with others. Tori has received training in teaching vinyasa, prenatal and postnatal styles of yoga and she has recently completed coursework in teaching trauma informed yoga. Tori is passionate about creating community through the practice of yoga, and it is her hope that her students feel both encouraged and empowered on the mat in order to explore their own physical and spiritual growth. Tori is honored and humbled to do this work and it has been one of her greatest blessings to be able to bear witness to one’s process on the mat. Tori holds a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling and she is a proud mama of 2.