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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Hannah

My favorite pose to teach is balasana. I love this pose because it requires us to release into the hips, melt open the heart space and touch the forehead to the earth, humbling the ego.

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Carolyn

I love teaching Warrior 2 because it is a pose that really displays an expression of confidence, strength, stretching your wings, and perseverance. 

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Debbie

I like teaching legs up the wall because I struggled with it when I first started, but now it’s my “go to pose”. It can help so many different things! I’ve had chronic low back pain for years & it really helped alleviate it. If it starts bothering me, I know what I need to do. 

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Janet L.

I love teaching Sirsasana, Head Stand. Is about stepping out of your comfort zone to see things from another perspective. Its playful, challenging, energizing and there are variations for all abilities.

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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. Emily is a jewelry designer as well and and loves to teach mala-making and meditation.