Arielle Limberis

Arielle completed 200 hours of Yoga Alliance accredited Yoga Teacher Training at Mount Madonna Institute. She is trained in the traditional Ashtanga and Hatha Yoga styles from the students and teachings of Baba Hari Dass. She also has 50 hours of Yin Yoga training led by Christy Brown from the teachings of Sarah Powers and Paul Grilley.

Arielle focuses her practice on pranayama (breath work) and a combination of dynamic, static, challenging, and restorative asana (poses). Arielle strives to invoke triputi, union of body, breath, and mind, through her teaching and practice. She emphasizes accessibility in all of her classes, whether you are recovering from an injury or brand new to the practice, she strives to create a class that is accessible to all.

Arielle began her yoga journey as a child where a VHS kids yoga tape introduced her to pranayama and asana. Hooked from the start, Arielle has been exploring yoga and using breath and movement to calm the mind and heal the body ever since. She believes that breath, movement, silence, and community are some of the most powerful forms of psychological and physical transformation, and are accessible to all.

Arielle is passionate about sharing her practice and philosophy, and is excited to meet you exactly where you are in your personal journey.

“If you work on yoga, yoga works on you.” Baba Hari Dass