Updated: Jul 22
Sue started practicing yoga in 2004 as a counterpoint to running long distances. She never thought that what she gained would be so little about physical benefits and so much about understanding herself. After years of practicing, Sue knew that teaching was in the cards for her, and with some impromptu yoga classes for friends and family under her belt, she realized that she could combine her love of yoga and her desire to teach. She completed her 200-hour yoga teacher training in 2015 at East Meets West Yoga in Buffalo, NY.
Sue's classes are intuitive and thoughtful, and will leave students with the full picture of what they're doing and why they're doing it. Expect to dive into the nitty-gritty of how your body works in a pose, and to work specific movements as preparation for broader movements to keep you feeling good both on and off the mat.
In the "real world", Sue works as a process improvement specialist from 9-5. When she's not at work or on the mat, you can find her getting her hands dirty in her garden with the most delicious veggies, at the latest and greatest brewery, diving into a book or snuggled up with her cats.