I started practicing yoga in my
bedroom circa 1970. I picked up "Light on Yoga" by
BKS Iyengar and mimicked the half naked Indian yogi
in the pictures. I was intrigued. I took my first
yoga class in Boston in 1973 and found it was an
immediate "fit", feeling energized and calmed at
the same time. About the same time, I began
teaching yoga at the now famous Hippocrates
Health Institute in Boston, where I became the head
of the their Raw Food kitchen for 2 years under the
direction of Dr Ann Wigmore and Victorus
Kulvinskus. This period in my life was
transformational on every level. I had stepped
firmly on the raw food/yoga path, which has shaped
who I am.
I give humble thanks and credit to my many
teachers through out the years... Joe "Omkar"
DeOrio, Eddie Stern, Govinda Kai, Christopher
Hildebrant and countless others.
I have journeyed to India 3 times starting in
1996 and have had the supreme blessing to study
with Sri K Patabhi Jois and his grandson Sharath,
the modern fathers of the Ashtanga Yoga Method. I
am forever grateful for these opportunities and
continue to take Master Classes on a regular
I owned and operated Wendy Green Yoga, a studio
in Avon-by-the-Sea NJ, for many years where I
taught what I had learned, along with diet and
lifestyle. I have been a life long environmentalist
and "nature girl" and have worked energetically to
preserve and protect the natural integrity of the
planet and give my best to inspire others to do the
same through a simple, deep green lifestyle. I
received my Thai Massage certification in Thailand
with ITTA (International Thai Therapists
Association) in 2009.
Combining my interests of yoga/diet and nature,
I cashed out of New Jersey in 2005 and found my
paradise on the northern coast of Honduras, Central
America. Here I have created an intimate Eco Yoga
Rawfood retreat center called "Casa Verde".
Integrating wellness philosophies learned around
the world over the last 30+ years and believing in
the healing power of nature, I offer YOGA / RAW / JUNGLE / CHILL /
IMMERSIONS in a pristine, magnificent
environment. Om Shanthi... peace!