Paloma received her 200 hour Vinyasa certification in 2016.
Her disciplined daily practice paid off when she placed 1st in Kentucky's 2016 Yoga Competition and 9th in the National Championship. Paloma believes that yoga competition should not focus on competing with others but to serve as a platform that inspires progress within one's own practice.
Paloma's teaching emphasizes using the planes of the body to achieve proper alignment, allowing the students to experience the full therapeutic benefits of yoga. Paloma feels that yoga should never be dogmatic and that students should only go as far into a posture as what is comfortable for them. Her teaching focuses on helping students find modifications that allow them to safely progress in their own practice.