Paige Noon

The practice of yoga has taken me down a path of understanding that has altered my life in an
amazing way. The practice has led me to get in touch with not only my physical body but also
my mental and spiritual self. The journey began slowly but I knew that yoga was something
entirely different than the all the types of physical exercise I had practiced for most of my life.

paigenoon2I was introduced to yoga when I turned 50 years old. I began practicing in Fort Collins with Iyengar teacher Cathy Wright. At 53 I traveled to India for a sabbatical with my husband and by serendipity stumbled upon master Iyengar teachers. I studied at Yog-ganga Yoga Centre with Swati and Rajiv Chanchani, for two months that year and came back time and time again some times for months of study. They taught me the breadth and depth of yoga. Their teaching
showed me how to connect my body, mind and spirit.

Since my first class in 1998 I have studied with many teachers in the United States as well as others who visited from other countries. In 2013 I traveled to Pune, India to the Iyengar Institute and studied with Guruji
himself as well as with his granddaughter Abhijata, his son Prashantaji and his daughter Geetaji.
Thereafter I began seriously preparing to become a Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher. The process is long and tough but the rewards are great.

I teach yoga to share the practice with others so that they may benefit as I have. I am excited to share what I know and to teach you to become your own teacher, to know your own body and connect with all aspects of yourself.