Jeff began his practice of yoga in 1982 with Mary Dunn as his mentor, and now studies with Brooke Myers as his primary teacher. He has been teaching since 1992, and has studied with the Iyengars in Pune, India.
Jeff graduated from the University of Kansas in 1969 with a BA in psychology and was a vice president of a major regional Long Island bank before finding Iyengar Yoga. He founded his own yoga studio on Long Island in 2002.
Jeff has been interviewed frequently on the subject of yoga by Newsday and has contributed yoga articles to magazines such as Runner’s World, AARP and Yoga Journal. He has authored a chapter in a book on yoga and its modern day teaching that is being published under the auspices of the Philosophy Department of SUNY Buffalo.
A grandfather five times over, Jeff is known for his in-depth, yet light-hearted approach to teaching. His advice to students: “Be in Tadasana.”