Anne HebertLearn More
Anne has been a dedicated student of yoga for over a decade. Her initial teacher training was with Dana Damara. Anne’s classes are challenging, hot and fun! Her fiery spirit shines in her sequencing and playlist. She credits her personal practice for helping her stay calm and patient with her three young children.
Cyndi LezcanoLearn More
Yoga found me over a decade ago but I still remember it like it was yesterday! Those first few classes challenged me physically and woke me up emotionally.
I began to further my practice and my learnings by completing my 500 hour Yoga Teacher Certification through Yoga Works. The more I learned, the more I wanted to just keep learning! I was hooked.
I’ve continued to feed my passion for learning and furthered my education and have been certified in Oncology Yoga along with Accessible Yoga for all Bodies in order to be of service to more people.
I believe that our yoga practice is a mirror to our everyday lives and can help us change our perspective if we learn to surrender and trust the process. In my classes I emphasize the importance of self-awareness, alignment, and personal growth. My teachings are lighthearted, playful, and educational with creative sequences that are ever evolving and changing, just as we are.
I look forward to growing with you.
Danica RadulovichLearn More
Danica is a Yoga and Pilates instructor and Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor based in the East San Francisco Bay Area. She believes the body is a powerful vehicle for self-discovery and seeks to help her students connect with their body’s wisdom through mindful movement. Her classes weave the contemporary anatomy of Pilates, the intuitive wisdom of Yoga and her lightheartedness and curiosity to increase functional strength and mobility, combat the postural detriments of modern living, ease pain, cultivate gratitude for our bodies and have fun! She’s completed over 1,000 hours of training with renowned teachers across the globe but her students are by far her greatest teachers.
Dave LarotLearn More
David Larot stepped onto the mat for the first time in 2002 and began his lifelong yoga journey, “Learning how to be in my body was like coming home for the first time.”
In 2008, David enrolled in the 200-hour teacher-training intensive at Yoga Works SF. Inspired by his mentor, Nikki Estrada, he went on to complete his 500-hour training, and in 2010 decided to take the big leap from his full-time job of ten years with AT&T to put all his energy and focus into teaching and sharing the practice of yoga. Since then, David has been leading classes around the Bay Area. Having practiced and trained in various styles, including Iyengar and Ashtanga, David’s classes have evolved into a deep, methodical, and dynamic flow, focusing on the importance of breath and the principles of alignment.
Felicia VieraLearn More
Hi! I’m Felicia, a yoga and Pilates instructor based out of the Bay Area. I began my training in 2016 for yoga at YogaWorks Walnut Creek eventually completing my 500 hours. When I first started training I didn’t think I would ever teach! I was terrified of public speaking, but just like the yoga practice, I kept trying even if it was nowhere near perfect. That truly is the beauty of yoga though; all you have to do is show up.
Shortly after I started training in Pilates, I completed another 500 hours including mat and reformer. Pilates has given me a whole new world of movements to explore, and I have loved being able to share it in yoga classes.
As things are forever changing, I continue to study and be a student as well. I feel that it is important that I can always offer to the best of abilities. My love for movement has led to exploring many other formats, as well as going back to school to one day become a physical therapist.
Jen ZottiLearn More
Jen Zotti, E-RYT 200, has dedicated herself to the practice, study and devotion of yoga since discovering its joys and healing benefits in 2001 during her first yoga class.
She since then studies Women’s Health and Studies at San Francisco State University and became certified in several healing and meditation modalities as well as receiving her certificate to teach yoga. Her love and passion for this practice radiates and flows in her teaching. Expect a beautiful workout as well as a work in, while attending her class cultivating strength, flexibility and awareness not only in the body, but also in the divine mind and heart center.
Jennifer AdamsLearn More
Jenni started her yoga Journey in 2009, suffering from severe anxiety and depression and living life at a pace that no one ever should. After a committed year of not even really enjoying yoga, everything started to click and she became aware that yoga was the key to her happiness. Since that time, she has taken 11 trainings ranging from power vinyasa, sculpt, structural integration as well as an 805 hour Yoga Therapy training and is designated as IAYT. She is a dedicated student of Ashtanga and will be leading power flows for us as well as yoga therapy classes.
Linda O'ConnorLearn More
Linda O’Connor imparts her radiant spirit and joy for life in her holistic lifestyle coaching, yoga and barre classes. Health and wellbeing have always been a way of living for her. She has been practicing and studying for over two decades.
In her classes she balances athleticism with grace, and precise alignment with flow, along with strong attention to breath and mindfulness. Linda teaches in a way that allows her students to evolve wholeheartedly and change the shape of their body through extreme self-care and dedication. She graduated from the University of Utah and for many years was a personal trainer and fitness director with both CSCS and ACSM Fitness Instructor certifications. Linda has lead workshops, lifestyle coaching and been on staff for Camp Discovery, a specialized camp for women in wheelchairs and has been featured in ORIGIN magazine as “Leaders We Admire.”
Robin WilnerLearn More
Robin Wilner, E-RYT 500 has spent the last 12 years spreading her love of yoga to students and aspiring teachers in New York City, Chicago, L.A. and San Francisco. She brings warmth, accessibility, and humor to her teachings and believes every practice is a portal to infinite potential. Robin came to the mat to manage anxiety and prevent injury while dancing and singing on Broadway. But she ultimately found a deep connection to her spirit and a desire to help others find true healing and peace. Her classes are full of dynamic sequencing, expert anatomical cues, and compelling themes. Flow with Robin and take an exploratory journey through the chakras that will leave you feeling soulful, sweaty, and inspired!
Robin is also a practicing Holistic Nutritionist and was featured in Yoga Journal magazine in 2020. Find out more at joyfulremedies.com.
Rosalyn LeeLearn More
Rosalyn Lee is a teacher and an artist. She grew up in the Bay Area loving sports, dance, photography, nature and most of all adventures. After completing a double BFA in Photography and Graphics Arts from Cal State East Bay she decided to leave and travel the world. She then became a well-known photographer for musicians, bands and festivals. During one of her tours on the road her life drastically changed after suffering from a knee injury. For years she suffered from chronic pain and was looking to get surgery when her path changed. What seemed to be a misfortune, turned into one of the biggest blessings of her life, she found Yoga. A yoga practice that helped her not only heal her body, but find a deeper love and openness in her heart and a calmness in her mind.
After finding her love for yoga, she decided to begin her training in Los Angeles at YogaWorks studying with her favorite teachers Patty Asad and John Gaydos. She then decided to take her training deeper by completing the YogaWorks Kids Yoga Program, The Mindful Fitness BarWorks Program and Scultpwork Program. She continued her fitness education and became a certified Aerial Yoga teacher, Barre3 instructor, and a fully 500 Comprehensive Pilates Certified Instructor. Her passion for strength and flying flow lead her to create her own Aerial Barre Program. She is so grateful that she has found a perfect balance between her two loves, fitness and photography, which has led her to her deeper calling – to inspire, to help, and to heal others.
By fusing different aspects of her life she has created fun, lighthearted, and effective learning environments where movement, art, and healing unite the mind, body, and soul.
Sandi Smith-GroveLearn More
Sandi is an RYT200, Licensed Midwife and Prenatal Educator who began her work with mamas-
to-be at the same time she began practicing Yoga in 1992. She believes that Yoga is a practice
that can benefit anyone and anybody and is a path to maintaining physical, emotional, and
mental wellness, as well as helping reduce stress and anxiety.
Sandi combines two of her passions, Yoga and serving expectant and new mamas, into her
prenatal and postpartum classes. She believes the female body is strong and powerful yet
benefits from nurturing and compassion, especially during gestation and change.
Helping women connect with their bodies and their babies, focusing on the breath, and finding
balance, and discovering the strength within while learning to let go are interwoven into her
Sandi studied with Diane Valentine as part of a healing regime after back surgery and
completed her 200-hour certification at the Yoga Movement Center. She has received
teaching certifications in Prenatal Yoga, Yoga for Healthy Aging and completed the
Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction program for Health Care Providers.
Sarah RaelynLearn More
Sarah has been practicing yoga for over 10 years, adding barre and hot pilates to her routine about 5 years ago. She loves traveling the world, going on international medical missions, to give back to those in need, has her own non-profit, runs her own business and is currently a pre nursing student! She brings philosophy, mindfulness and a bubbly personality to our studio.