Owner / Teacher


Patricia is a wellness consultant, business owner, and coach with 20 years of experience teaching yoga, meditation, and holistic health practices. Her mission is to empower high-stress clients to develop the skills, confidence, personal and professional habits to thrive. Patricia has been studying and practicing yoga since 1998 and became the first certified hot yoga teacher & studio owner in Westchester. Her efforts have opened the door for thousands of students to experience the transformative power of yoga.

Mindfulness is the key to de-stressing. Healthy living is a whole person practice and gratitude grows happiness. Patricia is the Founder and Director of RIVERSTONE YOGA.  In 2017, Westchester Magazine named Riverstone Yoga Best Yoga Studio, and named Patricia Best Yoga Instructor.  The studio was also awarded Editor's Pick Best for the Most Innovative Studio that year. Patricia’s client reach includes national and local businesses including: Regeneron; Aetna; Greystone Foundation; Oak Hill Advisors; Acadia Realty Trust; A.T. Kerney, Inc.; Ultrafabrics; ISM; Graham Windham; Hackley School; Departments of Recreation for the Town of Greenburgh, and the Villages of Tarrytown & Dobbs Ferry. She is also the exclusive service provider for the Castle Hotel and Sankara Spa and provides corporate retreat programming for both the Castle Hotel and the Tarrytown Estate House & Conference Center.

Yoga Alliance certified Patricia a 500 E-RYT (Experienced - Registered Yoga Teacher).  She also earned a Bachelor of Science from SUNY and her Juris Doctorate from Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University with an Environmental Certificate. Patricia was admitted to the Bar for NYS 1996 and practiced for many years. As a lawyer, she experienced overwhelming and at times debilitating levels of stress. Patricia knows that for many this unhealthy stress is the new norm and she is committed to helping her clients go from ill to chill!

Blog Posts

5 Reasons To Practice Yoga Outside

We might be a little biased so we thought it would be a good idea to look into what makes it so great.

Why Yoga For Our Youth?

Making the decision to enroll your child in yoga is more than investing in another “activity”

Foundations: Three Important Poses

There is an art to yoga and a path each class travels along.

Why Yoga?

Opening Up To You

Lazy Summer Dayzzz

A Letter from Riverstone Yoga Welcoming July

The Lesson Of The Butterfly

A Letter from Riverstone YogaWelcoming May

The Freedom In Practice

Why do you practice yoga?