Meet our Team: Community Yoga Teacher Grace
Meet Grace, she teaches our virtual Community Yoga class on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 12:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
All the profits from our virtual Community Yoga classes are divided and donated to the Downtown Women’s Center of LA and the Native Americans in Philanthropy organization. It is our aim, through these virtual Community Yoga classes, to support not only fresh talent within the yoga community but also non-profits we deeply resonate with.
Grace values how impactful practicing mindfulness and yogic philosophy can affect one’s life. Creating connection between mind, body, and soul, she hopes to guide you in finding this capacity within yourself. Below is part of an interview with Grace, to learn more about her and for the full version, click the link in bio.
AGY: What is your favorite asana and why?
Grace: Supta Boddha Konasana (Reclined Butterfly). This is SUCH a juicy pose and I love how open and vulnerable this shape is, especially with props to soften the posture. This is my absolute fave!
AGY: Why are you passionate about teaching yoga?
Grace: I am passionate about sharing these yogic practices because of the way it’s changed my own life and being. The way I move through this world has been deeply shifted and I know this work is powerful. I want everyone to have the opportunity to practice yoga, no matter your body or experience. Yoga is for everybody and every body!
AGY: What is your Astrology Sign and how do you relate to it?
Grace: My sun sign is Cancer. I am such a homebody and enjoy taking time to make my house a home. I am also super emotional in every way. When I’m excited, it’s ecstatic and when I’m sad, it’s time for a chick flick, crying marathon.
AGY: Favorite inspirational quote?
Grace: “Nothing can dim the light that shines from within.” – Maya Angelou.
AGY: What is your spirit animal and why?
Grace: I am totally a sloth. I love to take my time and move through life mindfully, I can sit back and be the observer. Also I love to hang upside down and smile.
AGY: Describe yourself in three words?
Grace: Deep, immense love.
AGY: If you were stranded on a desert island, what are the three items would you bring?
Grace: A jet, a tank of gas, and a compass.
AGY: What is the most daring thing you’ve ever done?Grace: I left my steady 401k job to teach and share yoga and mindfulness.
AGY: If you live in LA, when and why did you move here?Grace: Born and raised in LA! I grew up in “The Valley”… like, totally.
AGY: What is one thing you have learned from quarantine?
Grace: You are the creator of your life. Choose what brings you joy every day. Every. Day.
Book a virtual Community Yoga class with Grace and support the Downtown Women’s Center and the Native Americans in Philanthropy organization by clicking the button below.