Tandy is a Montana native but resides on the east coast because of…well, professionally it makes, um sense if you…geez, love. Love is what keeps her here. She’s been a Bikram conduit since 2003 and is convinced it’s what keeps her mostly sane. She received her doctorate in nurse anesthesia practice this year, which means she’ll put you to sleep for your surgery. Even better though, she’ll wake you up when it’s over!
She continued her yoga journey in the United States where she became a practitioner of Iyengar yoga, and later Vinyasa yoga. Then in 2012, she walked into Bikram Yoga Reston. Once she had experienced Bikram Yoga, she found her calling. She found a new practice that helped her overcome the postpartum syndrome she experienced after having twins. In the spring of 2014, Malina attended and completed the Bikram Teacher Training in Los Angeles.
Ping enjoys sharing her experiences and guiding others on their own journey of yoga. Ping’s approach is warm and clear with an appreciation of the uniqueness between individuals. She also studied with senior yoga teachers in the alignment based style of Iyengar and Anusara Yoga.