Mimi’s first life-changing yoga moment came in Savasana at the end of class at her gym in Manhattan almost 15 years ago: she experienced the profound potential of yoga to calm and open the mind following an asana practice. Physically, yoga was instantly familiar to her. She developed her own home practice to manage lower back pain, and later a cancer diagnosis. Mimi completed her first teacher training through Frog Lotus Yoga, and an additional specialized training in teaching yoga for cancer at OM Yoga in New York. Her classes are slow-flow Vinyasa, combining alignment-based cues with breath-initiated sequencing for a deeply satisfying full-being practice. When she’s not teaching yoga, Mimi sings, writes songs, acts, drinks green smoothies, and hangs out with her two cats. She has an A.B. in English and Theater from Princeton University.