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Megan has been with Indra's Grace since 2017. If you haven't taken one of her classes yet, you are missing out! We'd love to take the opportunity to re-introduce you to Megan and tell you all the reasons you will love her and her classes.

Let's learn a little more about Megan:


Megan has been practicing yoga since the summer of 2015 - so going on 7 years now! She joined the Indra's Grace community in 2017, took her first teacher training with Indra's Grace in 2018, and started teaching shortly thereafter.

We are thrilled to welcome Dianna Krueger to the Indra's Grace teaching team! Dianna is teaching Yin Yoga on Monday at 5:30pm.

Let's learn a little more about Dianna:


Dianna began meditating in 2001 and practicing asana in 2016. She has been a member of the Indra's Grace community since 2017 and completed her advanced yoga teacher training with Indra’s Grace in 2021 making her a Registered Yoga Teacher at the 500-hour level (RYT-500). 

We are thrilled to welcome Dr. Robyn Young to the Indra's Grace teaching team! Dr. Robyn is teaching Beginner Yoga on Tuesdays at 6:30pm.

Let's learn a little more about Robyn:

Robyn is a medical oncologist and Director of the Breast Cancer Center at The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders. Her role is to manage people with breast cancer. She treats the whole body - not just localized disease in the breast - with different treatments and targeted therapies. She also counsels women with high risk of developing breast cancer based on different risk factors. Read more about Robyn's professional role here

Early Bird Pricing for Teacher Training ends November 30! Join us for two FREE information sessions. Are you interested in Teacher Training in 2022 at either the 200-hour or advanced 300-hour level? Join us for two upcoming information sessions where Sandra and Jenny will answer all...

Pranayama is a word from the Sanskrit language which means Breath. This comes from prāna which translates into ‘vital life force’ and āyāma which translates into ‘control’. Breath can have many different meanings. Such as the physical act of air being taken into or expelled...

Kasey Bell is now offering one on one prenatal sessions online. Email us to schedule. Kasey is a 500 hour certified yoga instructor with thousands of hours of teaching experience, a reiki master, and a mother currently pregnant with her third child. She taught yoga through her...