Brit hails from New Hampshire but has found a home in Jackson Hole. She landed in Wyoming in June 2001 when friends invited her to their dude ranch and, ever the Dixie Chicks fan, she jumped at the chance to see "some wide open spaces". Halfway through her first ski season she bought Wyoming plates and has not looked back.
Brit first came to Pursue Movement Studio as a student while she was working on a guest ranch north of town. She was immediately struck by the community at Pursue and loved their movement philosophy. It wasn't long before she followed her passions and began her journey from student to teacher. In a word, her favorite part of Pursue is connect. "The community fostered through our instructors and students is so, so special," she says.
When Brit is not doing (or Teaching) yoga, she enjoys good coffee, books by Jojo Moyers, and being outside- trail running during the summers and skiing in the winter!
Brit instructs the following:
In a warm room, this series begins by building internal fire with dynamic breath to movement flow. It will then slow down into a more traditional approach to poses, building steady depth to open the muscles of the body. Added warmth in the environment will increase the pliability of the muscles to safely allow exploration of both strength and length. Expect weight bearing poses such as down dog; classes are diverse and sequencing will vary with instructor philosophy.
Enjoy the traditional 26 postures at a temperature that allows pliability of the muscles without dehydrating. Temperature will be at 100 degrees and 60% humidity.