Yoga has evolved through the ages to help humanity realize meaning, joy and freedom in life. We are committed to transmitting yoga that is transformative, authentic, relevant and accessible, to help all beings embody their fullest potential.  It is a great joy and honor to do so… 

Angela Vincent

Angela is a yoga instructor, birth doula and social worker.

Angela is in complete awe of the human capacity to courageously and creatively step into life. She believes in the power of community building and the wisdom that ignites through yoga and self inquiry. Angela invites students to bring curiosity to their yoga mats. Through creative sequencing and attention to breath, she creates a safe space for students to explore their edges and listen deeply. She teaches vinyasa (infused with wisdom from the Ashtanga and Iyengar traditions), gentle yoga and prenatal yoga. Her classes are infused with compassion, simplicity and spirit.

Angela is grateful for the many teachers and mentors along her life journey. She finished her 1st 200 hour teacher training at It’s Yoga in San Francisco in 2005. She has completed Richard Freeman’s month long Teacher’s Intensive. Angela is inspired by the prenatal / postnatal training received with both Sarah Longacre and De West. She continues to study regularly with Rod Stryker and William Prottengeier.
Angela splits her time teaching yoga, attending births, traveling colorful places and creating beauty through art, music, movement & gardening.  She is committed to a lifetime of learning and practice.

Ben Vincent

Ben’s search for truth began long before being exposed to yoga, but yoga felt like com­ing home. His stud­ies include var­i­ous tra­di­tions of yoga, med­i­ta­tion, mys­ti­cism, music, phi­los­o­phy, con­flict res­o­lu­tion and sus­tain­able farm­ing. He con­tin­ues to study with Richard Free­man, Rod Stryker, William Prot­tengeier, and Aadil Palkhivala, and have also stud­ied with the mae­stro Ustad Ali Akbar Khan. Through these rela­tion­ships, he has learned that the art of teach­ing is to inspire a love of the prac­tice, for great teach­ers are always students.

Ben’s teach­ing is a reflec­tion of his prac­tice – inte­grat­ing the breath & ener­getic aware­ness of Ash­tanga Vinyasa & pranayama, the bod­ily align­ment of Iyen­gar yoga, and the mind­ful­ness and sub­tle aware­ness of var­i­ous med­i­ta­tive and philo­soph­i­cal tra­di­tions — to real­ize inte­gral well-being. Self-inquiry through yoga, med­i­ta­tion and music as liv­ing arts, has deep­ened the expe­ri­ence of what it is to be human and divine. He seeks to embody these real­i­ties through the sim­ple truths of love, com­pas­sion, and non-attachment.

To share the wis­dom of yoga as a teacher, is both a bless­ing and great respon­si­bil­ity, as there is no greater ser­vice than the work of love.