When it comes to yoga, and exercise overall, Maggie is passionate about the connection between our minds and our bodies. She fell in love with yoga while working at a job that required a lot of sitting. She realized how crucial movement was not just to her physical health, but also to her mental well being. During stressful times at work, she noticed the only time she wasn't thinking about her job was the time she was on her mat, and when she left the studio, she felt more focused, more centered, more herself. She brings that idea to her classes - yoga is a time to breathe, to take a break from your phone and your emails, and to give back to you. Maggie completed her 200-hour certification in 2015 and now teaches full-time. She knows, however, that it isn't always easy to get to your mat, even 60 minutes feels like a lot some days - so she works to make her classes fun, challenging, and rewarding, hoping that her students leave feeling a little better, a little lighter, than when they arrived.