Movement has been a part of Allison's life since she was a little girl. She always found ways to move that allowed her to express herself. She took her first yoga class in college as a way to gain flexibility and strength. While the physical benefits of yoga are still important to her, through a regular practice as a DAHLC member, it has become much more than just exercise, it’s become an integral part of her life.
As a teacher, she strives to create a space where people feel comfortable moving, exploring, trying new poses, and practicing strengthening their body/breath/mind connection. Whether it's a more strenuous vinyasa class or a slower-paced yin, Allison loves offering a healing practice to the DAHLC community.