Sue was introduced to Raja Yoga by a friend in 2009. Two years later, she became immersed in her yoga practice to regain focus after experiencing a personal loss. Sue felt the need to acquire a more in-depth understanding of yoga philosophy, movement and benefits. After the completion of her 200-hour teacher training in Ashtanga Yoga at Emmaus Yoga, she was drawn to the concept of a yoga practice that would cultivate a longer hold while in a yoga pose. This concept inspired the completion of a 40-hour teacher training program in Yin Yoga from the YogaLife Institute. She is registered with Yoga Alliance and a member of Yoga International where she continues ongoing CEU hours.
When not in the yoga studio, or working on IT projects at Lutron Electronics, Sue cherishes time with her two daughters, family and friends.
Join Sue in a Yin practice that allows the mind, body and spirit to: “Connect to inner energy as you surrender and release”, “Learn the benefits of micro-movements”, and “Grow into soft awareness”.