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The word kula means “community of like minded individuals”. The word comes from Sanskrit, an ancient Indian language and is generally translated as “community” or “tribe”. This page is dedicated to my tribe of yoginis and yogis worldwide that I feel are doing good work. No matter where you are in the world, there are some awesome yogis and studios nearby.

fellow teachers

Alli Shafer
A yogini who teaches from her heart, sharing her passion of myth and mantra with all.

Carolyn Anne Budgell
One of my favorite people in the world. Honest, inquisitive and creative.

Douglas Brooks
Sanskrit and Tantric scholar. Looking to go deeper into the esoteric? Check him out.

Maria Garre
Great vinyasa teacher and Ayurveda doctor.  

Nico Luce
Fellow traveling yogi, who’s taking Europe by storm. Check him out if you’re on that side of the Atlantic.

Sasha Bahador
Potent teacher who imbues her classes with ritual.

Suzanne Faith
Heart filled teacher based out of Spain.

yoga studios

Ahimsa Yoga Toronto, Canada
Teacher’s I recommend: JD

Breathe Cycle Saskatoon, Canada
Teacher’s I recommend: Shantel & Dorman

Cihangar Istanbul, Turkey
Beautiful studio in the heart of Istanbul. 

Dharma Temple Vancouver, Canada
High vibes studio on Main street 

Hamsa Yoga Copenhagen, Denmark Gorgeous studio with great teachers!

Laughing Lotus NYC
Teacher’s I recommend: Dana & Alli

One Yoga for the People Vancouver, Canada
This studio has so much soul and my heart.

Prema Yoga NYC
Teacher’s I recommend: Amanda & Bobby

Sonic Yoga NYC
Teacher’s I recommend: Lauren, Lisa & Johanna

Yogamaya NYC
Teacher’s I recommend: Stacey & Brynn

Yoga Shala NYC
Teacher’s I recommend: Barbara & Edward

The Yoga Space Vancouver
Teacher’s I recommend: Louie