Combining a love of athletic challenge and vigorous play with a very personal experience of persistent pain, Scott encourages each student to listen to their own body and personalize their practice to receive all the therapeutic benefits of yoga: body, mind and soul.
Scott came to yoga in 2009, after years of weightlifting, rugby and other sports caught up with him. Initially attracted to the physical benefits, the mental and spiritual aspects of the practice revealed themselves over time and proved even more therapeutic than the physical asanas.
In 2013, Scott pursued his 200-hour instructor training, completing Yoga and the Healing Sciences at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. Additional courses include Jill Miller’s Yoga Tuneup Level 1 training and Trauma-informed Yoga teacher training.