Dana Damara is a Master Teacher and healer with Shaman roots. She began her yoga journey almost 20 years ago which has included working with prenatal women and new mothers, owning a successful yoga studio in the NW, writing and running Embody Truth Yoga School, creating Youth and Girls Elevate (a yoga program for middle and high school adolescents), facilitating Moon Circles, and leading workshops, trainings and retreats around the world. As a spiritual Ninja, walking this mystic path with practical shoes, Dana Damara is a mother, author, coach, teacher of teachers, speaker, and servant of the heart. She exudes a balance between the mystical realms and realities of motherhood.
She also dabbles in crystal therapy, essential oils, Tarot and Astrology readings, and Reiki healing. She is AN ACTIVIST FOR WOMEN OF ALL AGES OFFERING PROGRAMS THAT SUPPORT: feminine embodiment, self-love, sisterhood, sacred ceremony and ritual, AND A SAFE SPACE FOR EXPLORATION AND CURIOSITY.
She is based in Southern California, and traverses the planet, offering her wealth of knowledge and breadth of wisdom through a deeply spiritual and physically rigorous vinyasa practice. When she’s not leading one of her fiery, Moon Mystic Classes, she may be facilitating a retreat, hosting a Moon Circle, empowering her clients, creating an inseparable tribe with her Embody Truth Teacher Training program, or simply observing her daughters as they navigate their own karmic path.
20 + years
Vinyasa Yoga infused with many traditions
My daughters ~ learning, always learning
The infinite amount of learning possible
Seane Corn, Byron Katie, and my daughters
Spiritually infused, mentally awakening, physically challenging but adaptable for all levels of practitioners
We get out of our element, our day-to-day and pause. we take a moment to realign and focus in on the moment instead of what’s next. our body, mind and soul have a pause to recalibrate
The one that is the most challenging for the student. It’s not about the pose at all...it’s about how you enter and exit the pose that matters. And if it’s challenging it’s fun to see how you react!
The one that is the most challenging for me or is the most uncomfortable. it’s nice to find new space in my body, mind and soul
There are so many! I don’t have a favorite one actually. I enjoy when I can connect to the locals and learn all about their culture and ways of doing things