“Far better to live your own path imperfectly than to live another’s perfectly.”
Wendy has lived and traveled the world and moved to Maryland on assignment under the United States Army however prior to her move she owned Transitions Yoga and Dance Studio in Sterling, Virgina for ten years. She also served as the Vice President of DCTribal and sister facilitator to P.U.R.E.'s DC chapter.
She began her journey teaching aerobics and personal training while earning her Baccalaureate Honors Degree in Sports Medicine at the University of North Carolina which required over 2000 hours of in and out patient physical therapy/ athletic training internship. Wendy's instructional approach incorporates knowledge and experience gained through her formal education and complementary training. Having trained with a variety of professionals, she holds certifications in both Yoga and Dance. (her most notable studies are listed right)
In addition to her work at Transitions, she instructed regulary at World Gym (Sterling & Leesburg, VA), The Studio (Middleburg, VA) and Loudoun County Hospital's Birthing Inn . She often instructed workshop intensives including the annual Summer Solstice Sadhana Celebration in the mountains of New Mexico while some of her most endearing and meaningful endeavors included sharing ABC Yoga with children at her sons' elementary school, teaching young ladies to dance at the Girl Scout Camp in Reston, VA and facilitating yoga for the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer.
Named Bhagwati Kaur by Yogi Bhajan and Vishva Devi by Raji Thron, her time in India practicing Ashtanga yoga and studying Natya Shastra ancient rags and dance art only adds to her over all experience. Her theory is that “it's” all good, and whatever “it” is, “it” should be deliberate and passionate. Learning is movement for the brain, and may our physical bodies allow us to artfuly exress ourselves through the arts of dance, yoga, or whatever it is that insires.