I was surprised to find that a single class with Aimée was far more effective than any of the expensive therapy I'd had. And while I've tried yoga with other teachers, I much prefer learning from Aimée because she incorporates mental and emotional (some would say spiritual) guidance into the physical that is deep yet extremely practical. There's no new-agey mumbo jumbo here. When she speaks to the whole class I feel like she's speaking directly to me. I'm constantly impressed by how well she understands the human condition. But there is, as with everyone, more than meets the eye.
At first glance, Aimée seems like a near-perfect goddess one could aspire and fail to be. But then she humbly exposes her human flaws as a way of showing us how to improve upon our own. She helps assure us we are hardly alone in our struggles when we realize there is such a graceful and beneficent person as Aimée who doesn't have it any easier than the rest of us. That she makes the most of what she's given is inspiring and instructive. And then there's that amazing yoga body of hers... attend a class and you'll see what I mean.