About Roaming Yoga
Our mission is for yoga to be accessible to everyone. Whatever the skill level, we offer flexible class structures with modifications for each skill level, a varying schedule, multiple locations and in home training. Group classes are built around the abilities of those present making each class available to everyone. Our teachers understand that everybody is different and this is your practice. We make it a point to assure you are getting a customized experience with every class.
Roaming Yoga began in 2014 doing private lessons with individuals, small groups, bridal parties, Girl Scout Troops, golf tournaments, rescue squads, business offices and more. Everyday saw somewhere different, with someone new. We still love private lessons but now have permanent homes for group classes in Carrolton and Portsmouth, VA.
The most important part of my job is seeing how much better people feel in their own skin after practicing regularly. I want my students to see yoga as a part of their life, not just something they do a few hours a week.
200hr RYT Training: Sadhana at The Yoga Room Ghent, VA
"Everything can be sadhana. The way you eat, the way you sit, the way you stand, the way you breathe, the way you conduct your body, mind and your energies and emotions – this is sadhana. Sadhana does not mean any specific kind of activity, sadhana means you are using everything as a tool for your wellbeing." -Sahdguru
Susan was raised in Virginia Beach and now lives in Portsmouth. She fell in love with Kundalini Yoga because she appreciated how fast the Kundalini technology worked to improve her life. She became a Kundalini Yoga Teacher so she could spread the joy of Kundalini Yoga and help others to open their conscious minds, improve their energy, remove self-doubt and embody one’s own worthiness.
I am passionate about sharing my love of Kundalini Yoga. I teach with an authentic and fun approach. I offer a caring, nurturing and safe practice for students to enrich their lives. The very nature of what I do is to awaken the energy of consciousness, to practice in a way that sheds light on our self-imposed limitations and invites us to think out of the box and develop our intuitive mind. Being able to live from our intuitive mind is one of the main goals of a Kundalini Yoga practitioner. - Susan
Let’s see... A little about me: I’ve been leading classes since August 2017, practicing since 2015. My style leans more towards slow paced vinyasa with special attention paid to how the body perceives the postures and transitions. I’m a firm believer that while alignment is ultimately important for safety, there’s wiggle room for every individual to personalize a posture so that it feels positive. My personal favorite postures to practice are Monkey and Pigeon pose. I’ve been in the navy for over 9 years as a mechanic, and I’m currently in school studying to be a physical therapist. Other hobbies include: running, climbing, and improv comedy with Plan B Comedy.