A series of accidents — both fortuitous and otherwise — led to Bobbi’s early discovery of yoga.
“My neighbor and longtime family friend opened the first hot yoga studio in Minnesota,” says Bobbi. “My journey began there, and yoga has influenced my body, mind and spirit since the age of 16.”
A serious and debilitating ankle injury resulted in a series of reconstructive surgeries spaced out over a decade. Yoga’s rejuvenative properties helped in her recovery process, particular with the restoration of balance.
“Originally I used yoga as a rehabilitation and fitness regimen,” explains Bobbi. “It wasn’t until my professional career took off that yoga became my salvation for other reasons.”
Today, Bobbi credits her achievement of personal equilibrium to her daily practice.
“Through yoga, I finally feel as if I’ve found a place of lightness,” says Bobbi. “My goal is to help others find the empowerment that yoga can bring into their lives.
Because yoga has become one of the brightest parts of her life, Bobbi feels compelled to share what she’s learned. In her service to students, Bobbi has her 200-hour RYT, with certifications through Baptiste Yoga and Brooke Hamblet Teaching Training School. She has also completed Baptiste Art of Assisting and training in prenatal yoga.