Adam was introduced to Iyengar yoga when he was 10, and returned to it in 2005 seeking to improve balance. Adam has studied under Iyengar, Anusara, flow, and Ashtanga teachers and currently has a personal Ashtanga-based practice. With tight hamstrings, computer related repetitive strain issues, and migraine headaches, he has experienced the transformative ability of a patient practice to open up the body and quiet the mind, something he aspires to imbue in his classes. His teaching style is heavily informed by the anatomical and therapeutic approach of his mentors and relies on props, modifications, and time to make yoga accessible to everyone — from those brand new to those deepening their practice. Adam completed the Mastery program at Hegel Yoga in 2013 and his 200-hour certification in 2014.