what's your sign?



biggest vice?

Reading argumentative Facebook comment threads #help


favorite song to jam to?

You're Still a Mystery - Bleachers


what would be your yearbook superlative?

Hangriest yogi



Amy was first dragged to a yoga studio back in 2014 after a host of running injuries forced her to swap the tennis shoes for bare feet and a more balanced physical practice. It didn't take long for her to fall in love with the way yoga helped her let go of the heavy weight of perfectionism and not take everything so damn seriously.

Amy is certified with 500 hours of training from GoYoga and Transcending Yoga. She loves teaching curiosity-sparking vinyasa classes that help students pay attention, get interested in the way poses relate to one another, and better understand what the practice can teach us about ourselves. Amy also teaches Yin yoga because she knows the value of slowing it waaay down (they used to call her the "athletic sloth" because she'd do all the running and all the vinyasa but you best not mess with her scheduled four-hour nap) to access more of the mental and restorative facets of the practice.

Outside of the studio, you can find Amy munching on the finest hotdogs, pizza and tacos Columbus has to offer, #crushing it in heart pumping fitness activities like cycling (it's a balance thang, right?), or hanging out in Grandview with her dude and their two fur-children (they're Olive and Ralph, they're cats, and they're quite a handful).