This class is the place to start if you are new to yoga, or if you have been away from the practice for a long time. It is an active class, so it is most appropriate for people who can get down on the ground and back up again with confidence, but students who are able to do that will find this class to be both challenging and accessible. Foundational introductions to the asana practice, especially standing poses, upper body strengthening poses, and simple backbends will be found in this class and beginning variations of pranayama, meditation, and philosophy may also be included.
Hannah Davis (she/her)Read Bio
Hannah Davis is a body-focused therapist and yoga teacher specializing in mind-body healing. On her mat, Hannah learned to be present, take up space and to be still; and hopes to offer this same experience to her students.
Hannah began practicing yoga in 2009 and completed her 200-Hour yoga teacher training in 2017. She has training in mind-body healing, Ayurveda, mindful vinyasa, and various trauma-sensitive trainings. She leads several trauma-informed community-based yoga classes through Vikara Village.
Hannah is a Licensed Social Worker in Maryland and DC, and is involved in her community through a number of organizations.