Devotion, Study, and Imagination Creates an Opening
It is a great honor to share the teachings of the discipline of yoga.
Flor is a disciple of Sri Dharma Mittra for over a decade now; she embodies him physically, mentally and spiritually. Her experience through years of practice has made her a more compassionate and happier human being and this is key to making others happy.
Her classes are based on Hatha Raja Yoga and Dharma Yoga.
Love is the medicine~
Devotion – Supreme form of love; unconditional love.
Radha Devi Om
Radha Devi Om (Rashila) offers a Yoga Practice faithful towards her own yoga upbringing and background. She has the fortune and blessings of Qualified Yoga Training and Knowledge by Masters of the Himalayan Tradition. You will be brought to a place of Spiritual Awareness whilst achieving a stronger Body, Mind and Spirit. Radha has achieved initiations (Discipleships) from both her Gurus, his Holiness Om Swami- ji (Tantric Master, India) and Sri Dharma
Mittra- ji (Asana Master, NYC). Radha is Yoga Alliance E-RYT500 certified, though her training well exceeds over 2000 hours. Her classes are physically challenging, inspirational, and authentic in style.
Jessica began practicing yoga when her mother brought her along to a yoga class at the age of 16. Yoga became an important part of her life from then on as a means of connecting to her body and quieting her mind. Her practice transformed and deepened when she found Dharma Yoga in 2015 which has since been her primary form of practice.
She is a devoted student of Sri Dharma Mittra completing her 200-Hr and 500-Hr certifications at the Dharma Yoga Center. Her teaching style is rooted in Dharma Yoga combining sun salutations, arm balances, inversions, and deep backbends along with a rejuvenating deep relaxation.
Jessica is also a self-love coach focused on helping people struggling with major life changes reconnect with themselves through self-love to build the life of their dreams. She has a podcast called A Way of Thinking focused on improving the way you think on the journey to your best self which features many Dharma yogis.
Andrea is a yoga practitioner and teacher for the past 10 years. She was trained in traditional and spiritually based Hatha Yoga through the Sivananda lineage in India. She spent 2 years living in Indian ashrams learning the ancient yogic techniques as a student and teacher in the asanas (postures), pranayama (conscious breathing), kriyas (physical and karmic cleansing), meditation, Vedanta (yoga philosophy & lifestyle) and mantra chanting.
During her time in India, she was initiated as a Yoga Master from her Guru and has been given the name Annapurna, the one who nourishes the soul. She sees herself as a student of life and dedicates her spare time to studying Ayurveda and sattvic cooking, plant based medicine, healing through mantras and Vedic scriptures. Her life’s intention is to share the teachings and benefits of living consciously in peace and harmony with life to all truth seekers.
Discipline – Willingness to do the work and the desire to do so. In yogic terms this is also seen as a work of self-study. A surrender.
Yashmani Seepaul’s journey began with the study and practice of yoga and healing methods in 2006, when when she immersed herself in the world of Taoist Energy. After experiencing first-hand the physical, mental and emotional benefits of yoga, she was inspired and motivated to share it with others.
In 2010 Yashmani took her first Hatha-Raja yoga class and was immediately drawn to the practice, receiving her 200 hour certification from BambooMOVES in Queens, NY in 2011. She was very interested in delving deeper into the practice of yoga, not only the poses, but also the philosophy of yoga and self-knowledge. That in turn led her to the Dharma Yoga Center, where she received her 500-hour certification in 2017.
Yashmani’s teaching style and personal practice are strongly influenced by Sri Dharma Mittra. Dharma Yoga is a system of classical Hatha Raja Yoga. A devotional practice that emphasizes good health, a clear mind and a kind heart.
Mariangel is a contemporary dancer and teacher. She started practicing yoga in 1994 and started teaching vinyasa yoga in 2002 in two of the most prestigious Yoga Studios in her home country Venezuela. In 2007 took her first yoga training with Rocket Yoga Teacher David Kyle, then in 2008 moved to New York City to start her journey with Sri Dharma Mittra. She took the 200h, 500h and 800h Life of a Yogi Dharma Yoga Teacher Training.
When Charles Wharton began practicing Yoga in 2005 he was unable to touch his hands to his toes. After many years of commitment to the practice he embraces Yoga as a lifestyle. He began teaching in 2009 and, in addition to being a RYT-200, has pursued certifications in Kids Yoga, Prenatal Yoga and Restorative Yoga.
Charles’ classes emphasize alignment while focusing the breath on strengthening, stretching and toning the muscles of the body. He looks forward to helping you reach your goals as you develop your own practice here at Living Yoga.
Transformation is inevitable. Always waiting to be fulfilled. Imagination is important to begin to see possibilities. Your real self is always waiting, patiently, for you to wake up.