Current Schedule & Guest Teachers

 

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 Monday February Guest Teacher: Yoga Barre and Sculpt w/ Nancy
8:50am PT Gathering Time
9:00am PT Class Begins
Tuesday Hatha w/ Mona
7:20am PT Gathering Time
7:30am PT Class Begins
Tuesday Power Flow w/ Kat (75 min)
8:50am PT Gathering Time
9:00am PT Class Begins
Wednesday
Intro to Ashtanga w/ Vivienne
7:20am PT Gathering Time
7:30am PT Class Begins
Wednesday Power Flow w/ Hannah
8:50am PT Gathering Time
9:00am PT Class Begins
Wednesday February Guest Teacher: Meditative Gentle Yoga w/Jovinna
10:20am PT Gathering Time
10:30am PT Class Begins
Thursday Deep Stretch Yin w/ Mona
7:20am PT
Gathering Time
7:30am PT Class Begins
Thursday Power Flow w/ Kat (75 min)
8:50am PT Gathering Time
9:00am PT Class Begins
Friday Yoga for JOY! w/ Devarshi
7:20am PT Gathering Time
7:30am PT Class Begins
Friday Power Flow w/ Kat (75 min)
8:50am PT Gathering Time
9:00am PT Class Begins

 

Our February Featured Guest Teacher: Nancy Norby

Nancy is a master teacher and creator of Yogabarre®, a core centric, full body workout that blends vinyasa-based yoga with key elements of barre. Nancy has been inspiring students, new teachers and clients with her secret to obtaining a long and lean body for over 30 years.

Her training as a teacher began with her love for ballet and modern dance, which ultimately led her to the barre workout. Over many years of teaching, Nancy's class began to evolve, she realized that with the addition of yoga postures the class could become even stronger, thus Yogabarre was born. While raising her 6 children in Santa Monica, Nancy has led numerous teacher trainings, workshops and her signature class Norby Yogabarre. You can learn more about Nancy at thenorbymethod.com .

Our February Guest Teacher: Jovinna Chan

Jovinna, E-RYT 500, YACEP, leads transformational programs around the world that explore human potential in mindfulness living, creativity and love through Conscious Dance, Yoga, and Meditation.  Born and raised in a village in Singapore, she continues to infuse her life and work with a sense of reverence and awe that she learned from the temples and forests that surrounded her home. A well-respected teacher of yoga, conscious dance, and self-expression, Jovinna radiates a contagious quality of aliveness – in both movement and stillness – that students find liberating. In the many workshops and trainings she leads worldwide, she creates sacred space for deep joy and transformational experiences.

Jovinna spent eleven years in NYC as a Performing Artist and six years in studying Shotakan Karate. She had served as the Assistant Dean, 200-and 500-hour teacher trainer for the Kripalu School of Yoga.  She is the co-founder of Pranotthan School of Yoga and the co-director of the year-long Acharya Intensive program.  In recent years, Jovinna co-founded Shakti Initiation Yoga Leadership School and A Wild Life Sanctuary™. 

Jovinna has a BA in International Marketing, graduated from the Academy of Dramatic Arts in NYC, attended the Martha Graham Dance School, received her black belt in karate from master Richard Amos, and is a certified facilitator of both LetYourYoga Dance and Soul Motion Conscious Dance. You can learn more about her at Jovinna.com

Our Core Teachers - Always on our Schedule

Personal Mission

To add peace to the world by learning, practicing, discovering, creating and sharing tools for personal transformation that lead every individual I encounter towards more freedom, happiness, health and well-being 

Devarshi Steven Hartman, ERYT, Founder of Pranotthan Yoga School, former dean of the Kripalu School of Yoga and former Director of Professional Trainings at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health.  Devarshi has been a yoga student and teacher for over 45 years and is a former longtime Kripalu Ashram resident where he lived for nearly a decade living, studying and teaching yoga. Devarshi is the creator of two best-selling audio series The Essence of the Bhagavad Gita, and Satori – Simple Secrets to Inner Peace produced by Nightingale-Conant.  Devarshi leads workshops and retreats around the country, teaches Pranotthan Yoga Teacher Trainings at the 200-hour, 500-hour and advanced levels. Devarshi served for years on the Standards Committee for Yoga Alliance, has been published in Yoga Journal Magazine, Kula Magazine, Huffington Post, Spirituality and Health Magazine, World Fitness News and many more. He has studied and trained with most leading yoga teachers in the country. He is the founder of The Acharya Intensive – a 12-person year-long transformational program which he co-leads with Jovinna Chan.  He is the creator of the PranaKosha Facilitation Methodology for personal transformation and trauma recovery which he leads at Bella Monte Recovery Center where he is currently the Mindfulness and Spiritual Director.  Learn more about his practice at his website www.stevenhartman.com .

 

Mona Therese Winston has been a teacher for over 30 years, teaching yoga, relaxation and meditation. Yin Yoga has become one of Mona’s favorite practices since it allows the mindfulness practice from meditation to immerse with body awareness on a deeper level. She is also a trained bodyworker of massage and reflexology which has given her a profound insight into the body/mind connection. At her first visit to India she was introduced to the practice of Zen Meditation and the teachings of Thich Nhat Hanh, and immediately realized she had to explore his teachings more. This desire brought Mona Therese to Plum Village for a long retreat in south of France, an experience which had a great and life changing effect on her. 

It is Mona’s goal to inspire her students to find their inner being of strength and peace.Mona currently offers private Yoga session in Malibu, CA in person as well as online. You can learn more about what she does at www.monatheresewinston.com  and also practice with her on Viking TV

 

Hannah Grasso has been teaching yoga for 11 years (since she was just 16!) and is an E-RYT 500 Yoga Teacher, International Women's Embodiment Teacher, and is the Studio Manager of Malibu Beach Yoga. Hannah's classes feature fun, intelligent sequencing to craft a physically challenging and spiritually transformative experience with focus on breath, alignment, and freedom of expression.

Her yoga journey began at 13 years old after rupturing her ACL & medial menisci playing volleyball that resulted in two knee surgeries, and a third surgery at 16 when she tore her lateral meniscus dancing Pointe ballet. Hannah fully sympathizes with being physically limited and is grateful these experiences have equipped her to be an even better teacher. Yoga was the only thing to help her gain back her strength and range of mobility, even more effective than physical therapy. Beyond the physical, yoga supported her healing through disempowered body image and disordered eating. At 16, she knew without a shadow of a doubt that she was meant to share the yoga practice with others and became certified to teach, and has never looked back.

After giving birth to her son without drugs, Bodhi Zane, at 23 she experienced the deep need for women, and all humans, to embody more of our primal, sensual nature. Spirit guided her to a women's embodiment practice called Amba Movement, in which she was certified in 2018 and has since been leading online embodiment programs for women and mothers who feel disconnected from their body and their sensuality. She also hosts a podcast called Period is Power to empower women to remember the power of their womb, their blood, and their connection to all of nature.

Hannah holds 4 advanced yoga certifcations, is a trained Birth Doula, and has a BS in Health Education with an emphasis in Holistic Health. www.hannahgrasso.com

 

Vivienne Lechner has been teaching yoga in the United States and Europe since 2012 with 500+ hours of training. She studied under the guidance of Paul Dallaghan, Richard Freeman, Brian Kest, Manju Jois, Joergen Christiansson and most recently Matt Champoux. While teaching Vinyasa and Ashtanga Yoga, her own practice is in the Ashtanga tradition.

Based in California, her work as a teacher, speaker and writer focuses on ontology and the philosophy of mind, investigated, explained and taught by Western esoteric traditions and Eastern spiritual philosophies. She is most interested in the intersection between the intimacy of all experiences and our inherent freedom.

She is a practitioner of Tibetan Buddhism in the Mahamudra and Dzogchen tradition for over 15 years. For international media organizations, she provides regular reports about technology, artificial intelligence, and the field of consciousness studies. Vivienne is a member of Consciousness Hacking, a community focused on exploring and building new technologies for human flourishing. Since January 2019, she has been collaborating with the Division of Health and Human Performance at Stanford University.

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