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Our teachers

Every teacher at Kula yoga is highly trained, highly qualified, and highly loved.
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Jodi

Down dog is my favorite pose to teach because it's a full-body workout and resting pose, all in on one. There are also countless modifications to ease or advance the pose.

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Janet

I like to teach Warrior II, because it is a strong pose.  It involves all of the body and the focal point is important. It also looks amazing when everyone is doing it correctly in a class.

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Linda

My favorite pose to teach is Vrikshasana - Tree Pose because everyone needs to find a stable deeply rooted tree to take refuge during life's ups and downs.

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Emily

Emily is passionate about offering yoga for all bodies and abilities, and as a larger-bodied practitioner, she is a proud graduate of the Yoga For All Training with Dianne Bondy and Amber Karnes. She is also trained in Yoga Nidra, Yin Yoga, and Chair Yoga.

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Breanna

Movement, breath and centering. I believe that yoga is all encompassing and transformational. I believe teaching isn’t only about the poses or asana but the entire mind-body connection. I enjoy offering Hatha, Vinyasa, Yin and Nidra

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Megan

I love that all forms of yoga invite us to quiet the mind and connect
with our inner selves through the focus on body and breath. My
favorite pose to teach is Viparita Virabhadrasana- Reverse Warrior.
This seemingly simple transition pose includes strength, stretch,
opening, and grounding all into one shape. It's not about how the body
looks in a pose, it's about feeling a pose in the body.

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Claudia

I’m a 500-hour certified yoga instructor, licensed massage therapist, ayurvedic bodyworker, reiki healer, and sound healing facilitator.

I enjoy sharing kundalini yoga, yoga nidra, and yomassage, and creating space to relax and recover from daily stress.

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Dena

I love to teach cat cow because it’s doable for almost anyone. It unifies the body and mind through breath synchronization; helps the spine stay flexible and opens the hips. Cat cow also massages the adrenals and creates emotional balance.

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