Dhyana Masla

About The Teacher

“Nature is the rhythm of the Divine. A tree does not resist the wind, but flows and grows in accordance with it. I find my passion in nature; in recognizing my intrinsic connection with all that exists and noticing how to meet and find balance in each experience; in combining the elements to create healing spaces that inspire, educate, remind and reconnect you with your own true nature on your journey towards rediscovering and creating your Self.” Influenced by the Vaishnava, Tantric and Buddhist traditions, Dhyana brings the depth of inquisition into her classes offering the opportunity for her students to cultivate intimate relationships with their multi-faceted Humanness while simultaneously taking a step back, a step deeper into the Truth of WHO and WHAT we really are; beyond the stories, the fears, and the limitations. Her teaching style is a unique blend of “challenging yet nourishing” Vinyasa inspired sequencing with fluid movements and powerful breath. After studying Ayurveda extensively with her father in Florida, Dhyana received her bachelors degree at Naropa University in Psychology and Traditional Eastern Arts with a focus in Yoga. Born and raised on a path of Bhakti Yoga, she weaves her background of Western Psychology with her experience and knowledge of eastern mysticism to bring a holistic approach to living a balanced and empowered life.

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