In some ways, Abby’s yoga journey began when she was in the fourth grade. Her mother had started taking yoga classes at the town’s rec center and she attempted “meditating” before a major spelling test. She would return to yoga again as an adult, first as a way to balance out her running regimen and later as a way to balance out stress and anxiety. She soon discovered the beauty in the mind-body connection, the sense of calm that can come when you embrace what yoga can offer, and the desire to pass this discovery on to the world. She became a 200-hour RYT in 2014 and teaches by the motto, “Yoga is exactly what you make of it and exactly what you need it to be.” Yoga comes in all shapes and sizes, and it will feel and mean something different to each person experiencing it. Abby approaches her classes in a warm, welcoming, and lighthearted manner, with an emphasis on finding the right variations that serves the student best.