Jessica’s energy is contagious and light!  We all smile the moment she enters the studio and we are proud to have her as our Teacher of the Month for March!  She shares some insight into her yoga story below. When/How did you discover yoga? The summer of 2014 while going through a big life transition… Read More


We are endlessly grateful for everything Kathy brings to the studio, from her two-a-day practices to her always welcoming energy.  We knew she had to be our Student of the Month for March!  We love practicing with her and had to know what yoga means to her. What do you love about yoga? I love how… Read More


We are so grateful that we can depend on a strong team of Desk Angels.  Shea radiates love, compassion and dedication to her practice inside and outside the rooms!  We love to see her around the studio and had to know what yoga means to her. What do you love about yoga? I found yoga… Read More


Luc has been a loving and powerful teacher with Bella Prana; we and her students love her! It is easy to see why she is our teacher of the month for February! Luc has shared some insight into what yoga and Bella Prana mean to her. When/ how did you discover yoga? I have practice… Read More


This November, we’re showing off Megan Weathers, one of Bella Prana’s very first teachers! Megan has such loving energy and a sweet softness that makes her presence and yoga practice so healing. We are so grateful that she shares her knowledge with our Bella Prana community. You’ll find her mainly teaching Yin and Restorative! Read below to… Read More


What is that mysterious necklace that everyone seems to be wearing in yoga? The answer is Mala beads; a magical strand of purposefully strung beads. Mala beads originated in India 3,000 years ago and have connections to Hinduism, Buddhism and yoga philosophy. Mala is the Sanskrit work for “meditation garland”. In short, mala beads are… Read More


Yoga instructors, and other teachers ‘on the path’ are, dare I suggest, attached to the ever-popular concept of ‘mindfulness,’ or, ‘mindful awareness.’ We often rely on the assumption that students will know what we mean when we toss around these words, and be able to access this state on command. The truth is, the Buddha… Read More