Updated: Jul 22
Dana believes that the practice of yoga can create a container to hold all aspects of a person. The mat is a sacred place – a place to feel strong, silly, broken, unsure, open, and everything else in between. Ultimately, it’s a place to just be. Dana has learned that movement helps us to peel back the layers of self and tune out static to directly connect to the small still voice inside – your grace and divine truth.
Dana strives to create a space where you can come as you are and take what you need in that moment. In addition to intuitive vinyasa sequencing and getting your body flowing, her classes may include kundalini kriyas, singing mantras, pranayama, and meditation. Expect to always leave feeling grounded and with a little more ease in your breath.
Dana took her 200-hour vinyasa yoga training at Pure West in NYC. She is also certified in Khalsa Way Prenatal Yoga by Gurmukh at Golden Bridge in NYC and completed Gabrielle Bernstien’s Spirit Junkie Master Class (Level One). Some of her inspirations include: Kula, Laughing Lotus, Golden Bridge, Kia Miller, Danielle LaPorte, Gabrielle Bernstein, Glennon Doyle Melton and Brene Brown.
Out of the studio, she has over 10 years of corporate communications experience working with top clients, such as, Merrill Lynch and Intel. She lives downtown with her husband and their baby girl, Ella.