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Steven Espinosa


Steven Espinosa


Following a fifteen year career as a professional dancer, Steven eventually discovered yoga and immediately fell in love.

After participating in the first Anusara teacher training in Los Angeles, Steven began teaching in 2001. During this time he has taught both nationally and internationally. In 2004, Steven was invited to Berlin, Germany where he helped open two successful studios.

With his heart-oriented approach to yoga, combined with a deep understanding of alignment, therapeutics and philosophy, Steven's highest hope is to inspire and empower students to remember the true teacher within their own heart.

Steven is grateful to all of his teachers and is excited and honored to be a part of the YogaGlo experience.

Recent classes

At the beginning of every new year, you may set resolutions for the year ahead. Focus on stepping into this year with a positive and healthy outlook about yourself and your future with a simple meditation. Be guided deeper inward by bringing gentle attention to your breath, discovering your valuable presence. Although there is always room for personal growth and improvement, it's important to remember that you are already enough, just the way you are!
Practice Focus: Seasonal
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One of the many lessons yoga teaches you is that you are a work in progress. Focus on enjoying the experience of being in your body and breath. Begin with a standing forward fold, then use child's pose as a rest point between standing asanas like crescent, triangle pose and warrior II. Head to the wall for hip openers before resting in savasana. Begin to relearn who you are and who you are becoming. Props Needed: Wall space.
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Your eyes can express a wide range of emotion and what you are thinking from moment to moment. During the course of the day when you become stressed out, your vision can become hard and narrow. Focus on your "drishti" or "eye gaze" by looking inward for inspiration as you move through gentle poses like cat/cow, hamstring stretches, down dog and side bends done with eyes closed. Rest in savasana.
Practice Focus: Eyes
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