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Stephanie is the creator of the Yoga Journal DVD,'Yoga for Strength and Toning' and she is known for her inspirational teaching style. Students appreciate Stephanie's unique ability to infuse her playful and flowing vinyasa classes with yoga philosophy, concise technical alignment, and heart-felt humor. Her commitment to breath, movement, happiness, and prayer make Stephanie one of the country's most sought after teachers.

Stephanie teaches workshops and public classes at Urban Flow Yoga in San Francisco. She is also a guest teacher on the training faculty of her own beloved teacher, Sri Dharma Mittras, and has been deeply influenced by the teachings of Iyengar and Anusara Yoga. She teaches workshops and retreats internationally, is a Yoga Journal Conference presenter and was the only single instructor to receive the SF Chronicle TOP 5 in Yoga for the Bay Area 2009. Stephanie is also thrilled to sit on the Board of Directors for Headstand, a non-profit organization dedicated to integrating Yoga into the curriculum at schools that serve at-risk youth in the Bay Area and around the country.

Stephanie has been interviewed and profiled by Yoga Journal magazine, YogiTimes magazine, Fox News, and InStyle Magazine who named Stephanie as San Francisco's most popular yoga class. She has also been a contributing writer for and featured on the cover of Yoga Journal Magazine.

Recent classes

Enjoy a gentle unwind after a day on the mountain. Open up your chest, hips, quads, side body and lower back through poses that will help undo the tension that has accumulated from snowboarding. Use poses like downward dog, low lunge, happy baby and a twist to help facilitate your recovery. Accessible poses in a short period of time make this your "go to" post snowboard stretch session.
Practice Focus: Cross Train

Level 1-2 15 min
Drop into a sweet space where you can keep your mind focused and your body tension-free. Often when you are mentally focused, your body becomes rigid, blocking the flow of information and intuitive action. Unhook from that bait for more freedom in your movement whether in yoga, sports or just being in the world. Notice how you have access to a much greater range of movement and agility through this practice.
Practice Focus: Continuous Flow

Level 1-2 60 min
From one snowboarder to another, practice this sequence to unwind the low back, shoulders, core and quads after a day of boarding. Open the body with gentle lunges, forward bends and twists. Rest briefly in savansa and find relief from the typical soreness and fatigue that comes with boarding so you will be good to hit the slopes again tomorrow.
Practice Focus: Cross Train

Level 2 20 min

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