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Danni turned to yoga when there was nothing left. He had a rough childhood and lived on his own by the time he was 16. He turned to drugs and alcohol as vices; he succumbed to depression, suicidal ideations, and surrounded himself with anyone and anything to avoid confronting the reality of a life in decline. After he lost a partner and had a cancer scare, he continued to lean into self-destructive behavior and eventually hit his limits. It is here that yoga found him, when he needed it most. Yoga met him where he was—not judging him, but demanding his attention. With consistent practice, he took multiple steps toward the path of becoming a teacher. Since then, he has studied and learned from what he calls “the best,” crediting Darren Main, Jason Crandell, Noah Mazé, Rocky Heron, and Janet Stone for influencing his teaching and teaching style. Each class with Danni is intelligent, fun, functional, and most of all, authentic. He considers himself a teacher who specializes in breaking down the elements of a vinyasa practice in an accessible, fun, and light-hearted way. His teaching philosophy is one that allows students to understand movements within their bodies at a functional level as opposed to having a standard, routine vinyasa practice. It is his hope that with each practice, students leave their mat with a stronger appreciation for what the body is capable of, how this practice goes off the mat beyond the physical asanas, how when we move and breathe together an unwavering community is fostered, and how yoga is always there to support us at any time.
Danni turned to yoga when there was nothing left. He had a rough childhood and lived on his own by the time he was 16. He turned to drugs and alcohol as vices; he succumbed to depression, suicidal ideations, and surrounded himself with anyone and anything to avoid confronting the reality of a life i...Read More