Yoga first caught Daryl’s attention in the ‘90s via the ponytail of American TV yogi, Rodney Yee. As a competitive athlete in cross country skiing and running, Daryl immediately experienced the positive influence of yoga on her mental and physical fitness, and as career, athletic and life commitments increased, Daryl’s personal practice deepened. She credits a consistent yoga and meditation practice with keeping her healthy and injury-free through times of intense training and demanding work environments.
A student of Vipassana meditation, Daryl focuses on staying in the present moment, drawing on the wisdom of anicca - the principle of impermanence. She’s studied yoga with a variety of teachers internationally, including Dr. Jose George, Jesse Enright, Iris Deese, and most recently with Idit Hefer Tamir at Sukha Mukha. In her teaching, she incorporates elements from her training in Hatha, Vinyasa, Tantra and Restorative yoga.
As a creative with a scientific bent, Daryl is fascinated by the similarities we share and the stories we tell in our human condition. Fortunate to work with people recovering from injury, the elderly and those with special needs, Daryl learns more from them than she could ever hope to teach.