It's all yoga
Lets live the practice.
It's all yoga. I offer a playful and powerful physical practice that supports you in creating space on the mat and in turn creating space in your life. Teacher of Kundalini & Hatha Vinyasa. Chanter of mantra. Energy worker. Mudra aficionado. Believer in the power of pranayama to change the world.
Margaret has completed four extensive trainings, plus continuing education workshops, totaling to 2000 hours of RYT trainings.
She has studied directly under Janet Stone, Kia Miller, and Anand Mehrotra.
Margaret spent 2 years in Asia, specifically India, Nepal, and Bali, where she shared the practice informally and humbly, honoring the lineages and teachers who have walked this path before her.
Janet Stone Yoga
CorePower Yoga Berkeley
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What lovely humans have said
I went to Margaret's Kundalini class while I was visiting San Fran for a bachelorette party. We all went to her class and It was life changing for some of us. Margaret is a beautiful soul that teaches a beautiful class. I pray she teaches near the Chicago area. We were blessed to be able to experience her class. She radiates a beautiful healing light. Hope to see you again Margaret!
Margaret's classes are uplifting and evolutionary. She is a bright humble soul and brings that energy into her classes. She is someone who is not just a teacher on the mat, but in every moment of her life. She inspires me through her devotion to her practice, the teachings and commitment to sharing with others. I highly recommend her classes to anyone!!
I recently took Margaret's class at Studio Rincon in Menlo Park. I have spent years practicing yoga regularly with most of the teachers at various studios in the SF Bay Area and was struck by the great quality of Margaret's teaching. Everything you'd expect was on-point- asana flow and alignment instruction, music, and an engaging personality- but what I particularly appreciated was her emphasis on breathing as an integral part of the practice, and the way she brought in what felt like teachings from the heart about balance in life overall, weaving this wisdom into the yoga practice- as it should be. Highly recommended!
"Appreciation is an art and a lifestyle and a source of happiness and fulfillment. It’s called gratitude—an attitude of gratitude"