Adam currently teaches at the Iyengar Yoga Institute of New York and PURE Yoga studios in New York City. In January 2009, Adam concluded a month of study with the Iyengars at the Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute in Pune, India.
Adam found Iyengar Yoga while searching for rehabilitation after being struck by a car while cycling in 1998. He has been practicing ever since. Initially using yoga to regain strength after the accident, he found that yoga not only gave him the ability to strengthen his body, but also laid out the framework to strengthen his mind.
Adam teaches the Iyengar method through his own experience, with clear and mindful instruction. Helping his students navigate through the body with the application of the mind, at the pace which the breath provides, allows them to have an experience that is full and profound. He incorporates yogic philosophy into his teaching in order to give his students the opportunity to understand that yoga is not just a practice that takes place on the surface in class, but an opportunity to develop an internal awareness that can truly transform their lives.