I’ve been studying yoga with Tricia for about 10 years. After going to various other teachers now & then, I always come back to Tricia.
I drive a fairly long distance to class, but I came to the realization that I am studying at the hands of a master so every mile is worth it.
Hands down, for me, Tricia is the best yoga & bodywork teacher I have encountered. I say “bodywork” because her yoga class is never just about the asanas. She delves into mind/body, structural alignment, neuro science, breath, Ayurveda & heart based lessons.
Besides being a gifted orator, she’s also a comedian. Her classes are fun, inspiring & educational.
I received a 200 hour yoga teacher certification 9 years ago as well as a 1000 hour holistic health certification 35+ years ago. I also taught massage with my own massage teacher, so coming from my own, solid foundation of study with a broad spectrum of teachers, I understand Tricia’s knowledge of anatomy is kind of off the charts. She’s so innately gifted that all the movement she directs comes from her spontaneous personality, deep understanding of anatomy & the willingness to explore or create new techniques.
Getting a massage from Tricia is an experience that needs another page for commentary. She has seriously assisted me with several body issues that take a long time to unravel such as a broken shoulder & broken leg, though thankfully not at the same time.
I’ve been fortunate to attend several Byron Katie workshops that Tricia facilitated & also done private sessions of Byron Katie’s “The Work” with her. She had phenomenal insight into issues that I wasn’t seeing clearly. My sessions with her for “The Work” were ground breaking & pivotal.
I recommend her classes & “The Work” sessions to people whenever the opportunity arises.