Yogasana Center Is...

...a group of teachers looking to teach yoga as a subtle and steady practice of becoming awake and embodied



...rooted in the teachings of B.K.S. Iyengar, a shared primary training and inspiration.



...a rejection of the hierarchical system in which the teacher is the sole authority.



...the spirit of yoga, curious and playful as we all learn together.



...an acknowledgment that Alexander Technique, Body-Mind Centering and Buddhist meditation can support and deepen our exploration of Yoga.



...deep attention to alignment and the manner in which poses are done.

Some of Our Teachers

  • Dana Guyet

    Dana first began exploring the practice of yoga in 1997. Through trial and error she found the Iyengar method. Once intr...

  • Deborah Wolk, Yogasana Center teacher
    Deborah Wolk

    Through the patience and skill of her teacher Alison West, Deborah learned that practicing alignment-based yoga could co...

  • Kristen Davis, founder and director of Yogasana Center
    Kristen Davis

    She had her first Alexander Technique lesson and her first yoga class in the same week in 1993. For the past 20 years ...

  • Frank Ricci, Yogasana Center teacher
    Frank Ricci

    Shortly after attending his first yoga class, yoga became his passion. Not only did he immediately recognize the benefit...

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