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D.M.

D.M. has taught in studios, private homes, and more than a dozen schools since completing her mini yogis training in 2008. Her experience spans all…

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what it means to be special…

the other day, i got an email from a mom who wanted yoga for her child for very specific reasons. she listed the reasons and…

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joan lembo – teacher training graduate – las vegas, nevada

“Thank you for helping me to think out of the box!!!! 🙂 My kids class is now the part of my week that I REALLY…

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gayle gerber – teacher training graduate – los angeles, california

“I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed the [teacher training] workshop yesterday. I’ve never had more fun at a ten-hour workshop before.…

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dari johnson – teacher training graduate – scottsdale, arizona

“Your depth of understanding and the articulation of your insight is outstanding and continues to “ah ha” me. Some people are good at yoga, some…

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deborah jones (adult) power yoga student

“I’ve never been in a class that helps us into positions I’ve only seen in books, and marveled that anyone could even think of doing…

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"I had such a wonderful time [at your teacher training] and it was so inspiring. I've read other books and material on teaching kids, but nothing has particularly grabbed me, but I really can see how your style will work...I feel very priveleged to have met you and to have learned from you."

- kim mccormick, teacher training graduate, sydney, australia


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