Amanda joined the Osher Center in 2011 and currently teaches yoga therapy group classes, private sessions, and research protocol. Amanda received her primary 1,000-hour Hatha Yoga certification through the Iyengar tradition in 2004. She then studied and taught yoga in New York City for a decade, basing her work in the therapeutic style of Katonah Yoga. She created and directed the Hatha Vinyasa Teacher Training program (RYS-200) at Om Factory Yoga Center in Manhattan for 5 years.
Amanda studies yoga in the Krishnamacharya lineage of TKV Desikachar with teachers D. Wertenbaker and C. Bossart. She graduated in 2018 from their 3.5 year and 1,000-hour yoga therapy program YATNA, an International Association of Yoga Therapists-accredited school. Amanda has interests in teaching yoga for back pain, fibromyalgia, headaches, sleep conditions, and more. She also enjoys teaching yoga to children of all ages.