- i am humorous
- i am committed
- i am lyrical
- i am wise
- i am authentic
As with many yogis, Micah’s yoga practice began with her curiosity and ability for introspection and truth seeking. The practice of asana came much later. These same traits encouraged her travel to Africa, India, Polynesia and Indonesia, where she saw herself in others’ reflection; people with different language, spiritual and cultural conditioning.
Asana and meditation have provided a method for discovering the witness for Micah, and a desire to introduce this practice to others has led to the co-ownership of two yoga studios and a lifetime of teaching and learning. “When we are witnessing we are no longer bound by the drama of our thoughts and actions, but free to choose, and freedom is one of yoga’s basic tenets.” Read more about Micah here.
Micah was certified to teach in 1998 and enjoys all styles of yoga and the discovery of both the physical anatomy, and metaphysical mystery of the human body. Her classes are thought provoking, inspirational, and often humorous, as Micah believes laughing at our conditioning, and the choices we make as a result of this conditioning, is essential healing for our collective consciousness. She is knowledgeable about many facets of a yoga practice including the ancient healing science of Ayurveda, and seeks opportunities to help her students heal holistically.
Micah co-facilitates Vital Yoga’s bi-yearly cleanses in the spring and fall. In an effort to expand cultural awareness, Micah has created a nomadic village in Northern Kenya, and leads yoga trips there twice a year.