Dearbhla Kelly hails from Dublin, Ireland and came to
the States in 2001 to earn a PhD in Philosophy. While
her writing is part of an ongoing process to marry her
head and her heart, Yoga has given her a set of tools
to navigate what the academic world has left out. She
teaches yoga, philosophy, and neuroscience workshops
and leads retreats worldwide.
Nadine Truong is a writer/director and yoga teacher.
Her feature film directorial credits include Someone
I Used to Know and the upcoming teen comedy, Senior Project. An avid Yogini and RYT-200 graduate
from Yoga Vida in New York, she teaches Power Flow
at Agni Yoga and volunteers her time with Uprising
Yoga, teaching at Juvenile halls. She is completing her
500hr training with Caroline Klebl of Source of Yoga.
Arun Deva, DASc, AYT, E-RYT500, YTRx is a yogin
and practitioner of Ayurvedic medicine who likes to
roam the world teaching. Born in India, he moved to
Los Angeles in 1975 and got stuck here. Travel allows him to bring yoga and Ayurveda with him and
wherever he goes, there are some new secrets to bring
Karen is passionate about snowboarding, slacklining,
hiking, tennis, the Santa Monica rings, and yoga to
unwind from these activities. She is an avid film festival goer and frequently reviews films for LA Yoga
Magazine. She also assists with preparing the teacher
training and other guides, editing, social media, photo
shoots, yoga studio databases, and occasional writing.
She hasn’t met a spreadsheet she doesn’t like.
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living. Keep up the good work and thank
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