Brittany has always found peace, joy, and clarity in movement. She feels most at home outdoors on the trails, whether it’s on skis or her own two feet. After years of team sports and running, she turned to yoga to address injuries and found herself instantly drawn in by the calming effects on her mind and the healing she felt in her body. Yoga has allowed Brittany to rebuild the strength and mobility necessary to enjoy running again, a gift for which she is endlessly grateful. She finds the quiet, non-competitive nature of yoga to be the perfect source of balance for her intense November Project workouts and trail runs.
Hoping to share the practice with others, Brittany completed her 200-hour teacher training at Back Bay Yoga. She is deeply grateful to her teachers for their guidance and inspiration, particularly Cara Gilman, Caitlyn Graham Visconte, Ryan Cunningham, & Goldie Graham.
Brittany’s goal is to help her students explore the power of movement and discover a place of ease, empowering them to bring more focus, humor, and grace to their athletic pursuits and daily lives. She teaches accessible and playful classes that reflect her knowledge of the human body and positive outlook on life. As a cancer survivor, she also hopes to encourage those who have experienced illness or injury to connect with their bodies and build their spiritual, mental, and physical strength. Her background in biology and health fuels her passion for yoga, which she believes to be a powerful form of preventative medicine and a tremendous catalyst for healing.