Ruth’s first experience with yoga came in 2011 through a free class at a local library. Since then her connection to the practice has flourished and evolved. She completed her 200-hour yoga teacher training in 2019 and now enjoys guiding others in their practice. She employs the use of movement to connect to the subtle body, giving us the opportunity to map our own unique healing processes.
Ruth’s practice extends beyond the mat through a deep connection with nature. She enjoys organic gardening and exploring the effect soil quality has on our bodies and general sense of well-being. Ruth spent many years working as a veterinary technician and maintains a passion for caring for animals of all sizes. She believes that in caring for nature we learn to care for ourselves. Her love for nature, and health and spiritual sovereignty, shines through in the essence of her classes.