At a young age Dylan found a passion in athletics and strengthening the body. As a freshman in high school he started training in competitive weightlifting and ultimately placed 6th in the state of Florida by his senior year. Shortly after high school, Dylan sustained multiple injuries in the weight room, and began seeking out other means of challenging the body. Upon discovering yoga, he quickly realized that this practice could instill the same level of enthusiasm in him as the weight room, while also healing his injuries. Through yoga, he also found a passion in working with the breath. He feels it is the most important aspect to his practice and always allows it to guide his practice. Through deep breathing and deep focus on controlling the bodies ability to move, Dylan has found what he finds to be a one of the single greatest means of generating happiness.
Dylan has practiced several styles of Yoga over the last five years, and has found Ashtanga Yoga to be his main personal practice. He completed a 200 Hour Teacher Training Program at Balance Health Studio in Santa Rosa, Florida under Kelley Precourt. He has also completed a specialized training in Aerial Yoga, which he finds to be a necessary component to his personal practice. Over the last year he has made a career out of teaching Yoga and plans to live out his life sharing this incredible practice.
Even when outside of the studio, Dylan enjoys working on inversions, arm balances, and backbends. He finds that by testing the limits of his body and keeping a strong determination to a safe practice, a lot of fun can be had. Outside of the yoga world, he enjoys sailing, paddleboarding, hiking, playing the Harmonium, chanting, singing, cooking new dishes, swimming in the ocean, spending time with his nephews, and attending music festivals. Dylan enjoys travelling and plans on teaching yoga all over the world throughout his life