Outside of her yoga practice she works with children ages 4-13 at an alternative school in Chagrin Falls. She is deeply moved by young children, specifically how they play and experience their worlds. Drawing on the teachings of her students Zoe brings an open and playful, yet at the same time respectful, attitude to her yogic classes. She is also an avid gardener and practices growing plants, fruits and vegetables as meditation. She has said, "I believe that when I personally experience the birth of a seed and the death of a plant I am reconnecting to my own impermanence. This helps me stay alive and grateful!" She also is a committed horseback rider and values her friends and family dearly. Finally, Zoe feels that her own practice Both as student and teacher is just budding and that she has a lot to learn. She is looking forward to sharing with each yogic practitioner and is grateful for their willingness to show up to their mat and breathe.
"I am looking forward to cultivating part of my life in the Kent yoga community and cannot wait to experience all of the lessons we have to share with each other!." -Zoe