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I have always loved being outdoors and adventurous. My first love was basketball and I would play as much as possible, always having the goal to beat the boys at recess! I played in high school, and after basketball injuries including my ACL, I took a yoga class in college and immediately noticed the healing benefits. Yoga is a connection between the mind, body and spirit. Yoga helps build strength along with flexibility. I’ve been dedicated to my yoga practice ever since. I started teaching in 2012 and have been teaching at gyms and yoga studios. The coolest place she I’ve lived is Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia! If you come to my class, I might even teach you some Mongolian!


Yoga is strength, balance and presence of the body and mind.  It’s not about touching your toes, so don’t let all those self doubts get in your way!  I strive to meet everyone on their mats, at their levels, in every class, by offering a variety of poses and variations.  I am a Yoga Alliance registered instructor with 4 years teaching experience, as well as an ACE certified personal trainer and an RRCA certified running coach.  Besides yoga, I spend most of my time running and shuttling my two awesome kids to climbing, gymnastics and cross country races.


Allison completed her Yoga Alliance – RYT 200 Hour training in the spring of 2018. She began practicing Bikram and Ashtanga Yoga over 20 years ago and currently operates an in-home yoga studio. She enjoys working with athletes and developing programs designed for the specific needs of their sport. Climbers in particular place greater demands on their shoulders, elbows and wrists and can benefit from therapeutic movements designed to stretch and strengthen overworked joints and connective tissues. Yoga Flow is a combination of functional movement, vinyasa and restorative yoga – developed specifically to increase core strength, lengthen the body and to build fluid movement with the breath. Allison is a member at STEEPWORLD and enjoys skiing, paddling, and climbing with her two daughters.