200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training 
One Down Dog, Los Angeles
November 5th, 2015-April 4th, 2016
Get ready to plunge into the deep end of the yoga practice. If you’ve caught yourself wondering about the deeper meaning of yoga philosophy and how it connects with everything else this training is for you! You will join an amazing group of yogis in a life-changing unforgettable journey.
Past Workshops
Inversion & Arm Balance Lab


The 1st Friday of every month from 7-9pm
@ One Down Dog
Join me in exploring an array of arm balances and inversions in a “lab” style format. Two hours of instruction, laughter, experimentation and fun! Learn about anatomy, the energetic qualities of the body and explore your edge. Each lab will illuminate different themes and poses.
 Spring Restorative Workshop
Sunday, April 13th 2:00-4:00

Leave the cool and dark winter behind and open to the growth and possibility of Spring. During this season flowers and trees are reawakened to blossom, we’re mirroring this sacred natural symmetry in our own bodies and minds. Aligning the rhythm of the nature and our highest selves. This heart centered restorative practice will focus on opening the shoulders and gentle back bends. Leave the cool and dark winter behind and open to the growth and possibility of Spring.
Workshop starts at 2pm, but please arrive 15 minutes early for set up.
Space is limited, Email admin@yogacircledowntown to register
Saturday, April 19th 4:30-6:45
RENEW is an eclectic blend of deep, slow stretches, restorative yoga, music, mudra, mantra & pranayama specially adapted to welcome in Spring. We will be focusing on the vibrant space of the heart- opening back, lungs, hips, shoulders and heart in order to embrace the growth & expression of this magical season.
 $30- Those who register before April 9th will receive a handmade lavender eye pillow

“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” — Anais Nin

“For a seed to achieve its greatest expression, it must come completely undone. The shell cracks, its insides come out and everything changes. To someone who doesn’t understand growth, it would look like complete destruction.” ― Cynthia Occelli