Howdy, I’m Danielle, a free-spirited flow artist just figuring out life. My journey to self didn’t kick off until I was in the hospital in my early 20s. While I grew up free-range exploring the Poconos as a child, societal norms of pressuring demands throughout high school and college brought me to live a very different life, one in constant anxiousness and fear of the world around me. In 2019, I took my first yoga class where I felt reconnected to the exploring and free child within. I’ve dedicated myself as a yoga teacher to help provide a similar experience to you. To guide you on a path you already know, reconnecting you to freedom in movement, freedom in expression, and freedom of the world around you.
Certifications and Trainings
In 2021, I received my RYT-200 from Sumits Yoga and completed advanced yin training under Kari Kwinn, author of Better Boundaries and student of Bernie Clark. I’m an active student today obtaining my RYT-300 under the guidance of Patrick Beach and Carling Harps.
What classes do you teach at Studio Bamboo?
How would you describe your teaching style?
Process of disintegration and reintegration to the self that builds strength, creates flexibility, and inspires play.
What kind of students would you recommend take your classes?
Any student who wants to explore a vinyasa practice that bridges modern mobility with traditional yoga.
What does yoga mean to you?
Yoga is the connection that we all as humans seek; our connection to the inner-self and others.
What is your favorite asana and why?
Wheel Pose (Urdhva Dhanurasana)
A pose that physically demands all aspects of the body, stretches the lungs to maximize intake of oxygen, and shines the heart chakra the center of healing and wholeness.