Seeking yoga teachers that want to serve their community by sharing their gifts as a volunteer teacher for onelove.yoga.
Any unique yoga or creative niche, healing, style or philosophies will be considered.
This is an opportunity to connect your cOMmunity with ours by teaching a virtual class!
We do require that you have a teaching certificate recognized by the Yoga Alliance.
Currently all classes are virtual so no matter where you reside in the world we can connect you.
There are many ways to give and support our mission outside of teaching. If you would like to be involved, this is for you!
In the Bhagavad Gita Shri Krishna said: “Do your duty without the concern to the fruit of it”. The word “Karma” means action, so Karma Yoga is the Yoga of Action or duty. Karma Yoga can be best defined as followed: Doing your duty at your best without any involvement of ego or attachment.
Holly S grew up in a strong dance tradition and came to yoga 20 years ago. She is
a 500 Hour RYT whose powerful classes combine insightful meditations, creative
sequencing and a spirit of playfulness to help deepen one’s practice. Holly guides
students at their own pace to become aware of and remove obstacles in their
bodies so that they are able to more comfortably move through their lives. Yoga is
an expression of joy, an experience of community and a compelling lens for
studying yourself. Whether your goal is to become stronger, more flexible or
more fearless on and off the mat, yoga can be a great addition to any lifestyle or
Holly is deeply grateful for the loving wisdom shared by her fellow teachers and
“You are what you think. So today, say to yourself, ‘I am wonderful.’ And believe
Take a deep breath and join her soon…
Dena Bretz has been a yoga student for nearly 15 years, and in 2017 decided to register for 200-hour teacher training as a gift to herself as she turned 40. In the time since then she has taught numerous classes, completed her 300-hour course, and has continued to get to know herself both on and off her mat. As a English Literature major, and educator she also believes that books have a role to be played in developing both a well-rounded practice and human-being.