Voted the Best Yoga Studio in DC by Washington City Paper, Flow is recognized throughout the community for the excellence of our teaching staff! Here you will find the most experienced and skillful teachers in DC. Each one brings years of experience joined with passion, soul and a deep commitment to their teaching and personal practice. All Flow teachers are certified through the nationally recognized Yoga Alliance and are involved in ongoing trainings and studies.

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Angela Cerkevich

Angela is a full time yoga teacher and doctoral student in George Washington University’s department of professional psychology. She sees clients individually for yoga therapy, and offers workshops in yoga for anxiety, insomnia and trauma.  Angela has spent the past six years studying the therapeutic application of yoga and is certified in Life-force yoga for mood management and restorative yoga. She has also trained extensively in yoga nidra/iRESt for post-traumatic stress disorder and in trauma-sensitive yoga under direction of Dr. Bessel van der Kolk at The Trauma Center in Boston. more»

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Angela Ingram

Angela began her dance career at the age of nine studying ballet, jazz, tap, and Hawaiian. Her passion for dance and moment led her to study intensively with Alvin Ailey, Frank Hatchet and Fred Benjamin.   Angela is especially attracted to folklore dance and she frequently travels to Brazil and Cuba studying Afro-Brazilian and Afro-Cuban folklore as well as samba and rumba. Angela's love for teaching is evident in her classes. more»

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April Puciata

April Puciata is an E-RYT 500. She completed her 500 hour certification under the guidance of Alan Finger of Ishta Yoga and has taught in NYC for almost 10 years. Recently she has moved to the DC area and is part of the the Ishta Teacher Training Team. April has taught at Ishta Yoga, Yoga Works, New York Yoga, as well as privately throughout NYC. Before teaching yoga, April worked in publishing for 6 years and also completed an MFA in Creating Writing from the New School. Her work has been published in literary journals such as New York Quarterly, Salamander and The New Orleans Review.  more»

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Brittanie DeChino

Brittanie DeChino, MS, E-RYT 500, has studied many styles of yoga in her 15+ years as a yogi: Jivamukti, Vinyasa, Kundalini, Ashtanga, Anusara, Restorative, etc. Oddly enough, when she met her teacher, Sri Dharma Mittra, in 2010, she couldn't figure out what she had been doing until that point! Being in the loving presence of Sri Dharma (as often as possible, she goes to New York at least 2 times a month for classes) has helped her evolve into a calm, steady and even more joyful teacher. He has also made her keenly aware that Self-Realization is possible in this lifetime! Among the many lessons Dharma has bestowed upon her, the following are most important: “The greatest cause of suffering is ignorance of your Real Self,” “Always copy the teacher,” and “Your organs are like your employees. If you don’t treat them well, they will go on strike.”more»

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Caroline Weaver

Caroline, MA, RYT, first learned sun salutations as a teenager, then took a long and rocky detour before yoga called her back as a grown-up. She received her 200-hour teacher training at Flow Yoga Center and has completed more than 100 additional combined hours of training with Max Strom and Doug Keller. An editor and former literary studies scholar, Caroline's deeply rooted love of language, poetry, and philosophy drew her to Georg & Brenda Feuerstein's Traditional Yoga Studies 250-hour Yoga Sutras study course, which she expects to finish in 2011. more»

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Clare Kelley

Clare’s classes draw on her wide range of experiences and love of creative movement, following the mantra her Dad left to her on his deathbed: be brave, be bold, be brilliant, be a blessing. At the tender age of six, Clare was introduced to yoga by her Brownie troop leader, who failed to engage a group of six-year old girls in meditation after an ice cream social. She came back to yoga in her college years as a complement to athletic pursuits, including rock climbing, rowing, running, and surfing. A host of crazy injuries, including breaking her back twice, brought Clare to the realization that she either needed to walk through life in bubble wrap while hepped up on Xanax or to start investigating the more subtle aspects of her body through the metaphysical and spiritual practices of yoga. She stuck with the yoga and returned to her calling of teaching.  more»

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Cory M. Bryant

Cory is a 2008 graduate of both the Flow Yoga Center (200 hour) and the Jivamukti Yoga School (350 hour) teacher training programs. He first experienced the transformational teachings of Sharon Gannon and David Life shortly after 9/11 while living in NYC. Life has not been the same since. Cory truly believes that yoga can and is changing the world in a positive way and aspires to live by the words of his beloved teacher, Sharonji, “together we can create a world which is not based on the old paradigm of our culture which tells us that ‘the earth belongs to us and exists for us to exploit’ --- to be political is to care for others who you live with. We have no problem with being labeled ‘political yogis’. We encourage our students to dare to care about others. As yoga practitioners, we cannot be content to live in our own little ‘I-me-mine’ bubble while the rest of the world deteriorates.” Along with Agatha Glowacki and visiting teachers Alanna Kaivalya and Jill Abelson, he hopes to impart the spirit of Jivamukti yoga to the Flow community. more»

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Debra Perlson-Mishalove

Debra Perlson-Mishalove is the Creative Director and founder of Flow Yoga Center, named by Washington City Paper as the “Best Yoga Studio” in DC and the recipient of the Mayor’s Award for Environmental Excellence.   Flow has been featured in the Washington Post, New York Times, Yoga Journal, Women’s Health, NPR and Oprah’s Body & Soul Magazine.

Gail Harris

Gail has been teaching yoga for over 26 years.   She began her practice in 1974. In 1978 she went off to Canada and became certified as a Sivananda Yoga instructor. Gail has always had a vigorous teaching style and found herself drawn to Ashtanga in 1994. After taking a number of workshops with nationally recognized teachers such as Richard Freeman, Gail made Ashtanga her primary practice.  Gail has studied directly with Pattabhi Jois on his last three world tours in New York as well as senior Ashtanga teachers Dena Kingsberg and Lino Miele. “What I find appealing with an Ashtanga practice is the opportunity for the mind to gel with the body and become suspended, even while the body works. Eventually, with practice, one can have a strong physical workout while the mind is still. Ashtanga, simply put, is "meditation in motion". more»

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Gopi Kinnicutt

Gopi is an Experienced Registered yoga teacher with the Yoga Alliance (ERYT 500). She lived in an ashram for 8 years where she studied and taught Indian philosophy in-depth, vegetarian cooking, ayurveda and mantra meditation.  She is the founder of Yoga Mandali in Saratoga Springs NY, she has been practicing yoga for more than ten years and has been teaching since 2002.  She first trained in Astanga Vinyasa, she further trained extensively with Shiva Rea and completed an advanced training with Ana Forrest.   Gopi has furthered her studies in yoga therapy, completing her certification for trauma sensitive yoga. She is certified in Thia yoga body work, completing her training with Micheal Buck. She specializes in privates as she incorporates marma point’s (accupressure), and Thai yoga massage techniques.
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Greg Marzullo

Greg was first introduced to yoga while attending a theater summer camp as an adolescent. Struck by the way sun salutations made him feel focused yet mentally expansive, he continued to come back to asana practice throughout his teens and early twenties. After the rigors of a dance and movement theater career, during which he helped to found the Helen Hayes award-winning Synetic Theater, he rededicated himself to yoga as a way to begin bringing his body back into balance. Developing a regular practice quickly evolved into asana becoming a spiritual gateway to walking a more peaceful, compassionate, and loving road – something he hopes to share with everyone he meets in all situations. Greg completed his 200-hour yoga teacher training at Flow Yoga Center and views his role as one of deep service to yogis of all backgrounds. Spellbound by the power of the body to unlock spiritual awakenings, Greg also studies bellydancing and has taken workshops in ecstatic dance traditions of Northern African and Southern Italy. more»

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Hari-kirtana das

Hari-kirtana das has had a life-long interest in yoga, beginning his study of asana, meditation, and yoga philosophy as a teenager and spending his early twenties living in yoga ashrams and intentional spiritual communities. He expanded his yoga practice at the Jivamukti Yoga School in New York City in 2007 and became a certified Jivamukti Yoga teacher in 2009. His classes combine challenging poses sequenced at an invigorating pace with detailed instruction on how to move into your fullest expression of the poses (some of which you might not have realized you can do). His classes always feature an eclectic and uplifting music mix. Hari-kirtana is registered with the Yoga Alliance (E-RYT 200, RYT 500), holds an 800-hour Jivamukti Yoga teaching certification, speaks regularly at colleges and universities on the relationship of classical yoga philosophy to contemporary life, and teaches classes, workshops, and yoga teacher training modules at Flow and throughout the mid-Atlantic region.  more»

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Hugh Byrne, Ph.D

Hugh has studied and practiced Buddhism (in the Theravadan and Zen traditions) in the U.S., Europe, and Asia. Hugh is a contributing Buddhist minister at Georgetown University and a co-founder of the Washington Buddhist Peace Fellowship. He is a member of the teachers council of the Insight Meditation Community of Washington (IMCW)--a large and growing Sangha (community) whose senior teacher is Tara Brach--and teaches classes on Buddhism and meditation in the Washington area. Hugh is committed to sharing the wisdom and compassion of Buddhist meditation and mindfulness practices to help individuals find peace and awaken to their true potential and to help transform the suffering in our world. Hugh directs Flow's Meditation Program and offers a weekly class plus monthly workshops and has been recognized and honored as DC's top meditation teachermore»

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Istar Guven

Ishtar found yoga as a means to bring structure and focus to her life in the midst of the demands of doctoral work.  It was not long before she was not only doing, but also living and breathing yoga.  Dwelling deeper into the practice, Ishtar became a Yoga Alliance certified instructor through Flow in 2007. learn more»

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Jen Dryer

Jen is a native New Yorker who moved to DC in January, 2009 (on Inauguration weekend!), after 14 years of living in NYC. She began her journey into yoga in late 1996 to help combat the stress of life as a NYC public school teacher, and since then has made yoga an integral part of her world. While continuing to work in the NYC public school system (until December, 2008), she completed her 200-hour Vinyasa Yoga Teacher training at Sonic Yoga in NYC in 2006, under the amazing wisdom and guidance of Lauren Hanna and Jonathan Fields.  She was trained to teach in both Prana Flow yoga and Power yoga styles, reflecting her teachers' diverse backgrounds. The variety in her training has served her well, and made her practice and teaching style well rounded. As a new mother (she gave birth to a beautiful baby boy, Zack, in September, 2009), she is ever more thankful for yoga, which not only was invaluable both physically and mentally throughout her pregnancy, but also in her recovery and new role as a mom. more»

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Jen Rak

Jen has been practicing yoga for over 8 years.  She has completed the Flow Teacher Training (200-hour) as well as the Jivamukti Yoga (300-hour) teacher training with Sharon Gannon and David Life.  After exploring many styles of yoga she has settled into a rhythm that comesfrom combining a committed Ashtanga practice with Jivamukti classes-giving her practice both discipline and devotion.  She has recently completed training in Fuse Pilates, a system of pilates which creatively blends exercises from pilates, yoga, dance, fitness and the Lotte Berk method to develop core strength.  She is very grateful to the DC yoga community which includes many wonderful teachers and students from whom she has learned so much and continues to do so. more»

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Jen Rene

Jen has been teaching yoga since 2005, when she completed first teacher training focused on Ashtanga with Larry Schultz, founder of It’s Yoga in San Francisco, where she later taught. Since then she has continued her education by practicing with countless teachers, as well as completing additional trainings with Tim Miller, Rusty Wells, and Max Strom. Although Jen has dabbled in various styles of asana, Ashtanga always felt like home.

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Jessica Lazar

Jessica began practicing yoga 14 years ago, while living and working in Israel. Daily life in a war zone drove Jessica to a weekly class, where she explored the peaks and valleys of the meditative mind for many subsequent years. The power of the practice took hold, and Jessica soon found herself on her mat every morning. Today, Jessica is still a daily practitioner of yoga, chanting, and meditation. Her practice has given her a strong, flexible body, a calmer mind, and a deep sense of practice as prayer through prostration. Jessica believes the authenticity, wisdom and grace of the ancient practice is available to anyone who will get down on their knees to receive it from themselves. Through her teaching she finds great joy in empowering her students to be their own best teachers in living yoga. Jessica has a 200-hour Yoga Alliance certification from locally based Martha Lonergan, and has also studied extensively the Sivananda and Baptiste Power Vinyasa Yoga styles. These days, her primary teacher is Prana Flow founder, Shiva Rea,with whom she frequently studies, and for whom she assists and mentors within the context of Rea's 200- and 500-hour teacher certification programs. more»

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Jill Abelson

Jill met Ian and Debra in 1999 while teaching yoga at a local gym, joined Flow as soon as it opened and since then has called the studio home. Her training is in basic Hatha, Ashtanga, Vinyasa and Jivamukti Yoga (Advanced Certified), and she has a special passion for the art of assisting, training the next generation of teachers and sharing the simple joys of yoga with students of all levels. She divides her time between DC and San Francisco, where -- ever a student, too -- she studies and teaches amongst remarkably talented colleagues at Urban Flow and Yoga Tree.

Joan Wadopian

Joan Wadopian, RYT, appreciates how yoga deepens our experience of everything and how it always offers us ways in which to align our outer form with our inner light. By blending clear alignment instruction with themes that connect to the place of the heart, she offers her students a meaningful practice that informs their journey from their mat into the world. more»

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Jolene Ryan

Jolene found yoga while living in New York City. Yoga provided the balance and grounding needed to offset the busy city lifestyle, a severe back injury and a professional career characterized by competition, ego and stress. Jolene is inspired to share and teach the benefits of yoga and a healthy lifestyle with others based on her teachers and her own experience. Jolene most recently completed her 300-hour Jivamukti teacher certification in 2010, is a Registered Yoga Alliance teacher with a 200-hour teacher certification from Pure Prana Yoga Studio and 60-hour prenatal teacher certification from Golden Bridge Yoga Center in Los Angeles with an additional 18-hour prenatal training with MA YOGA. more»

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Juliet Stovall

Juliet is an ACE Certified personal trainer, with additional certifications in Spinning and Body Pump. She adores exercise and becoming an instructor was a natural progression. She feels sharing her knowledge, time and energy with others is positively addictive and oh so satisfying! Her yoga practice began 5 years ago, initially as another form of physical exercise. She immediately became aware that it was also a powerful mental and spiritual exercise. Deeply drawn to her yoga practice, she obtained a 200 hour Yoga Training  and continues to grow in her practice through continuing education conferences/retreats and through other teachers in the DC area including Seane Corn. more»

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Kathy Judd

Kathy Judd, 300-hr level Jivamukti®, E-RYT 200, has studied and taught a variety
of styles of yoga –Jivamukti, Ashtanga, Iyengar, Kundalini, YogaKids and Phoenix
Rising to name a few, all of which influence her teaching. Kathy considers herself to be
a humble student and servant of the tradition of yoga. Kathy’s classes are distinguished
by a deep, faithful and unapologetic spirituality, a passion for the diverse aspects of the
practice, creative and vigorous sequencing, an emphasis on social and spiritual activism,
humor, and inspired musical selections.

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Katy Stearns

Katy's passion for movement began at age 3, as a tiny ballerina and gymnast, and continued for the next 20 years. She eventually discovered Pilates as a way to strengthen her body and prevent injuries, which she has found to be essential in maintaining such an active lifestyle. Katy teaches a more contemporary and energetic style of Pilates mat classes at Flow. She loves teaching at Flow because the studio creates a positive environment that allows instructors to bring their passion for movement, creativity, and fitness knowledge to each and every class.  

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Leah Kalinosky

Leah teaches alignment-based vinyasa classes, and focuses on creating a comfortable, non-competitive space where students can safely explore their practice while challenge themselves. Leah has studied ballet and modern dance and loves the dance-like quality of vinyasa yoga. She completed her 200-hour teacher training at Flow in 2006 and has continued her studies with Flow teachers. Her teaching and personal practice have been influenced by additional training with Susie Hately Aldous, Alison West, Doug Keller, Jenny Otto and others. more»

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Leticia Franchi

A former acrobat, dancer and tumbler who turned to yoga for healing and balance , Leticia is an Argentinian native living in Washington, D.C. Her classes offer a style that is at once powerful and fluid, helping students discover their innate power through a more receptive and softening approach, rather than a rigid and resistant way of moving. Her unique blend of training in acrobatics, Argentinian tango, martial arts, and years of study in many forms of yoga (Ashtanga, Power, Prana Flow, and Iyengar) come together in a practice that will help you discover your inner dancer, your inner warrior, and provide you freedom and space to explore both.  more»

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Manisha Tare

Manisha’s receptive presence creates a safe environment for students to access their bodies, explore their minds, and enter into the wisdom space of their own hearts. Students can expect a flow inclusive of strong alignment principles, breathwork, and meditation.  Manisha has been a practitioner and student of yoga and Buddhism for many years. She has immense gratitude toward her practice for reminding her of the nature of impermanence and the power of presence. She is grateful for the opportunity to share her devotion to the practice and timeless teachings with her students.  more»

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Megan Davis

Megan is an E-RYT with Yoga Alliance and a member of The International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT). Her study and practice of yoga are informed by her experiences with rehabilitation after knee surgery and after a car accident that injured her neck, back and hips. She received her 200 hour vinyasa certification in 2003 and is currently working on her 500 hour therapeutic Swatantraya certification with Doug Keller and has also studied extensively with the amazing Jenny Otto and many other world-renowned teachers including John Friend, Ana Forrest, Rod Stryker, Douglas Brooks and Shiva Rea. Megan's classes introduce concepts from yoga, body work and non-yogic movement therapies through innovative uses of props and non-traditional asana modifications. Her classes focus on alignment and move at a slower pace to facilitate feeling subtle shifts in the body during the practice. She has a special interest in working with people who have injuries or special conditions and want to explore asana, pranayama and meditation as healing or therapeutic modalities. more»

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Michael Hall

Michael’s teaching is directly informed by his practical experiences with practice and daily life. Michael uses the versatility and integrity of rich tradition to teach movement on the outside that leads to awareness on the inside. His personal practice is shaped by his relationships with and utmost respect for his teachers: notably, Sharath Jois (student and grandson of Pattabhi Jois, teacher of Ashtanga Yoga) more»

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Mimi Rieger

Mimi began her yogic journey at 12 years old in Baton Rouge Louisiana. A ballet dancer since age 4, Mimi began exploring yoga in her teens then reconnected with it after moving to DC in her 20s. Mimi is a Registered Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance (2003) and received her yoga certification from the Ashtanga Yoga Center under her teacher David Ingalls in addition she is also received Rocket Vinyasa Yoga under David Kyle, Its Yoga Puerto Rico. more»

 

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Peg Mulqueen

With a master's degree in psychology and more hours of training than she'd care to add up, Peg has been leading yoga classes and workshops for over a decade.  Though she has practiced various styles of yoga, it is within the traditional method of Ashtanga where Peg has made her home.  Peg's primary teacher is certified Ashtanga teacher, David Garrigues, but is grateful for the guiding influence of other authorized teachers, including Aliya Weise and David Keil.

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Rob Hess

Rob has been practicing yoga of many forms for ten years. He completed  his teacher training in 2004 here in DC. After years of trainings with other great teachers, Rob found his home in the Prana Vinyasa Flow community with Shiva Rea, and assists her workshops regularly. Rob loves to get off his feet and turn the world upside down whether it be through inversions or arm balances -- he loves to see the world from a different point of view. more»

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Scott Carson

Scott began studying yoga seriously in 2004. When he did, he knew that it was the perfect counterpoint to a lifetime immersed in technology. The physical practice of yoga served as a starting point for a deeper journey into Eastern philosophy and ancient history. Scott's practice today combines elements of vigorous flow with mindfulness, meditation, and poetry, and pays homage to the many incredible teachers he has worked with along the way. He completed his teacher training at Flow Yoga Center and is a Registered Yoga Teacher with the Yoga Alliance (RYT200).more»

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Shawn Parell

Shawn began to practice yoga at 12 years old, and it has been the guiding force of her life ever since. Today, her life is a tapestry of sacred learning – weaving together over a thousand hours of teacher training in multiple lineages, an academic foundation in poetry and religious studies, continuous immersion in the ancient traditions and contemporary innovations of yoga, and the daily light of living yoga.  more»

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Vanessa King

Vanessa has been studying yoga since 1998. She has been honored to share the empowering teachings of yoga with seniors, professional athletes, troubled teenagers, power execs and all those in between. On her journey, she has learned that yoga offers something special for each of individual, regardless of background. She teaches Anusara-inspired yoga and which encourages students step into the currents of their own greatness. Vanessa is deeply indebted to her many teachers, past and present and continues to be a grateful yoga student. She has a RYT-500 certification in Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga .more»


Visiting Teachers

Shiva Rea

Shiva is a leading teacher of transformational Prana Flow Yoga and Yoga Trance Dance. She began exploring yoga at the age of fourteen as a way to understand her name, given to her by her father, a surfer and artist. Her studies in the Krishnamacharya lineage, Tantra, Ayurveda, Bhakti, Kalaripayattu, world dance, yogic art and somatic movement infuse her approach to living yoga and embodying the flow.

Alanna Kaivalya

A life-long obsession with sound led Alanna to Jivamukti Yoga, where her teachers Sharon Gannon and David Life gave her the freedom to immerse herself in the power of yoga, chanting and music. Also known as the JivaDiva, she produces the Yoga Jam podcast which garners over half a million listeners worldwide. Her album, Shine, was released in May. For more information about Alanna, please visit www.jivadiva.com.

Alison West

Alison West is known for her dynamic and precise instruction, coming from both backgrounds of Iyengar and Astanga yoga. Her first training was under the aegis of the Sivandanda organization where she completed both the Teacher Training and Advanced Teacher Training Courses. She then studied for many years with senior Iyengar teachers Kevin Gardiner and Mary Dunn, as well as other leading Iyengar teachers Genny Kapuler, Bobby Clennell, Robin Janis, as well as Astanga yoga with Sri K. Patthabi Jois in Mysore and with Eddie Stern in New York.

David Kyle

David is the co-founder and head trainer of It's Yoga Puerto Rico, an Ashtanga based studio that supports creativity and experimentation with attention to personal practice.  As a senior teacher in the It's Yoga system, David hosts numerous workshops, master classes and teacher trainings at home as well as abroad.  The It's Yoga system strives to give a more tantric connection to the yogic lifestyle and encourages students to experience the fruits of a daily yoga practice.

Estelle Eichenberger

Estelle, "Yogeswari" is one of the foremost teachers of the Jivamukti method, and is hands-down one of the most knowledgeable  teachers in the yoga community today. She graduated from the Jivamukti teacher training program in 1999 following extensive studies in Integral, Kundalini, Sivananda and Kripalu yoga, and complimenting a lifelong background in professional dance and choreography. Based in New York City, she teaches around the world, and is well-known for her thought-provoking teachings, and her vigorous and inventive sequencing.

MC Yogi and Amanda Giacomini

MC YOGI (aka Nicholas Giacomini) grew up in Northern California, painting graffiti & listening to hip hop music.   He spent most of his high school years at a group home for at-risk boys where, inspired by artists like the Beastie Boys & Run DMC, he began writing and performing his own raps for friends at house parties. Hip hop culture provided both a soundtrack and a creative outlet during MC YOGI’s turbulent teenage years. 

Seane Corn

Seane is an internationally celebrated yoga teacher known for her impassioned activism, unique self-expression, and inspirational style of teaching that incorporates both the physical and mystical aspects of practicing yoga.  As a strong and articulate voice for social change she is also the National Yoga Ambassador for YouthAids, co-creator of Off the Mat, Into the World programs and co-founder of "Bare Witness" Humanitarian Tours.

Sharon Gannon and David Life

Sharon Gannon and David Life created the world-famous Jivamukti Yoga Method in 1984. They are pioneers in teaching yoga as a path toward spiritual enlightenment, and are widely recognized as innovators in Yoga. They are both considered yoga masters and are in-demand around the globe. For the past 20 years, they have taught throughout the US and Canada, Mexico, Germany, France, UK, Switzerland, Italy, India, Turkey, Taiwan, Singapore, Japan, Philippines, Australia, China, the Caribbean, and Israel.  http://www.jivamuktyoga.com

Simon Park

Simon Park began his Yoga journey 15 years ago with Shiva Rea in the World Arts and Cultures Department at UCLA. Fast forward to the present where he was chosen by Yoga Journal as " one of the most influential and gifted... next generation of Yoga teachers".  He weaves inspiration andin-depth experience from many styles into his teaching; Vinyasa,Iyengar, Ashtanga, and Thai Massage.  His core teachers; Shiva Rea, Maty Ezraty, Joan White and Dharma Mittra, are master teachers in their respective fields.

Stephanie Synder

Stephanie is well known for her unique ability to infuse her rigorous and flowing vinyasa classes with yoga philosophy, concise technical alignment, and heart-felt humor. Stephanie Snyder is the creator of the Yoga Journal DVD, Yoga for Strength and Toning. She has written for Yoga Journal Magazine, has been featured on the cover, and is a Yoga Journal Conference presenter.Stephanie leads retreats, workshops, public classes, and teacher trainings in San Francisco and around the world.

Terence Arman Ollivierra

Terence is an Iyengar certified teacher.  He delights in the study of Patanjali’s Yoga sutras and the Bhagavad Gita and has been practicing for half of his life. Beginning in his late teens, his only teacher for 8 years was B.K.S. Iyengar's Light on Yoga. The years that followed were of intensive consistent practice of Sivananda Yoga, and then Astanga Yoga until he met his primary teacher John Schumacher, who brought Terence back to his roots of Iyengar Yoga. This journey has given him the capacity to bring detailed alignment adjustments and stability to the Vinyasa practice, minimizing injury and optimizing efficiency of movement and action in asana. more»

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