Annie Piper

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Annie Piper teaches at Kula Yoga in Tribeca, The Shala and Prema Yoga in Brooklyn.  She is on the movement faculty at NYU’s Tisch School of Graduate Acting and The Yale School of Drama. She is the co- teacher of  ‘The Open Voice’ with Jessie Austrian at NYU’s Gallatin School.  She is certified to teach trauma-sensitive yoga by both the Trauma Center in Boston and with the national organization Warriors at Ease, and continues to bring yoga to veterans throughout the New York area. She has served on the faculty at the Brown University / Trinity Rep Consortium as well as undergraduate Theater Studies at NYU. Formerly an actor and director,  She received an MFA in Acting from The University of Minnesota and a BA in Theater from Oberlin College. She certified to teach in 1997 at OM yoga, and studies Qi Gong with Thomas Droge.  She is also a Reiki practitioner and the mother of two beautiful and feisty boys in Brooklyn, New York.

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