Adrienne is a long-time yoga and meditation practitioner, and an esteemed teacher since 1993. She is known as a teacher’s teacher and has led, created, and co-directed advanced teacher training programs and certifications for over 25 years. As one of a small group of senior teachers in the yoga community today, she is able to perceive students’ abilities and weaves together a class that is, not only challenging but spiritually satisfying. Adrienne is known for her graceful, knowledgeable and accessible style. She has designed individual and group programs for specialized needs including, but not limited to: corporations, seniors, children, teens, prenatal, and students with anxiety disorders, headaches, insomnia, addiction, chronic conditions or illness.
Adrienne has been recognized as an expert, having been interviewed by major print and web publications including: The New York Times, Elle, Shape and Yoga Journal on topics including stress reduction, asana sequences, meditation, spirituality and best music for class.
During her career she has taught group, one-on-one classes, specialized workshops, and teacher trainings at well-known gyms and yoga schools including Chelsea Piers Fitness, Sacred Sounds, Sacred, Jivamukti, Be Yoga, and Crunch. Adrienne holds a professional level registration, E-RYT, with Yoga Alliance, and serves on the Board of Directors of Porchlight Wellness, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that offers healing yoga and meditation workshops to women who have experienced sexual assault and abuse. She was a former board member and volunteer for, Bent on Learning, an organization that brings yoga and mindfulness to NYC inner-city kids during the school day.
She is the author of Body Art Book and Gift Set and Serenity with Mandalas: Color and Meditate your way to Inner Peace. Adrienne is the co-author of The Yoga Fan a, complete, step-by-step, book featuring a yoga sequence, which corresponds with the Chakra system. She also had an acting appearance, as the yoga instructor in the movie, Someone Like You.
Adrienne believes that her spiritual practice must be lived daily and incorporated into all of her actions; to keep improving and refining as an individual, not only when she is on her yoga mat.