Bri first discovered yoga in 2008 after an injury incurred while pursuing a B.A. in Dance at the University of Kansas. She began her dance training at the early age of three, and found as she grew older that yoga and improvisational movement were much more personally rewarding. She practiced yoga for seven years before deciding to pursue a professional career, and has benefited from all styles of yoga, especially restorative. Bri has also worked as an improvisational dance teacher, adding the element of music to discover how the body can be drawn to various rhythms. With her dance background and interest in the breath-body-movement connection yoga teaches, she likes to create classes that teach traditional yoga postures and breath techniques, while also encouraging free-form movement to discover the hidden and unique voice within all of us.