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Jessica Brownfeld-- Vinyasa Yoga
Jessica Brownfeld is a vinyasa yoga instructor living and working in Manhattan. She teaches students of all ages and experience levels in group and private classes in studio space, in the home, or via Skype. Jessica creates unique vinyasa sequences based on students' needs and goals, and she helps students use the poses to find inner peace and strength. A graduate of Wesleyan University’s Dance Department, Jessica works in communications at Mount Sinai, where she also teaches for the Mount Sinai Yoga Program and gives volunteer classes to two psychiatry inpatient units. You can find her at NY Sports Club on 86th and Lexington every Tuesday at 5:30pm teaching a vinyasa class, or in Central Park training for this year’s Brooklyn Half Marathon. Feel free to get in touch with Jessica via her website (www.jessicabrownfeld.com) or Facebook page at "Yoga with Jessica Brownfeld.
Daniela Bertol -- Energia Yoga
Daniela Bertol brings yoga practice to her work as author and research artist in architecture, design, performance and land art.
Her 2005 yoga certification is from Integral Yoga but she has studied from many other traditions, including Ashtanga and Kundalini.
Yoga is also a component of the research Daniela is pursuing within a doctoral program at Deakin University, Australia. Her research topics include the relationship between geometric space and psychosomatic practices with emphasis on the geometric form of human movement and cognitive states from an art and neuroscience perspective,
Recently Daniela has been working on movement routines specifically designed to empower victims of bullying and domestic abuse, which she has been experiencing herself.