Dana Malcolm

My yoga practice is a creative flow sequence of postures that is felt in my body and shared with friends. My practice is a reflection of the many yogic experiences I have encountered over the years. Through the practice of ashtanga, I have learned flow, breath and strength. The Iyengar method taught me technique and alignment. Anusara yoga brought openness, grace and space in my body. I have learned the mechanics of the body studying yoga anatomy. And with a creative mix of music and yoga, Prana Flow adds a wonderful beat and pulse to my practice.

But the most valuable lesson has been the daily observation of every body, every student, that I have practiced with and taught. Through the powerful physical practice of yoga, the body becomes strong, flexible and centered – and the mind will follow.

I share my life with a loving and devoted husband and yogi, Brendan, four beautiful young daughters, Madelyn, Meredith, Isabella and Amelia. Practicing yoga has brought me so much joy. The happiness extends into every aspect of my life. In sharing my daily yoga practice with others, I have found yet another reason to appreciate friendship and the practice of yoga