Yoga is my passion, my drug and my therapy.” Tiffany first began dabbling in yoga in 2000, but it was not until she found the Ghosh lineage and practice in 2005 that she really fell in love with yoga. What really hooked Tiffany and ended up being the driving factor to becoming a teacher in 2008 was finding through a consistent and honest practice she was able to heal her own body after years of living with pain. With a background as a SCUBA and sailing instructor and an undergraduate degree in education, Tiffany has applied her loving of teaching to her yoga classes. To her, each student is a puzzle and it is her goal to adapt her teaching to the needs of her students. And though a teacher now, she is a life time student, continually absorbing more to bring to her classes.
Adrienne first came to Open Door to sweat and move but soon realized what she truly needed was to slow down. It was time on the mat that gave her a better perspective to let go of that which did not serve her and others off the mat. Just like your practice, life will change everyday, and the best way to prepare is to let go of the junk as best you can. When she isn’t trying to ‘rebalance’ her life, Adrienne loves to work and travel with her photographer husband, Jack, chase their puppy Mabel around the neighborhood, teach cycling and nutrition classes, and spend time in the sunshine.