Join Boston Yoga Teacher Barbara Benagh for Slow Vinyasa Yoga Classes at Down Under School of Yoga.
Born in Japan, Masaaki moved to Boston in ‘93, where he attended Boston University and graduated with a degree in psychology. He began practicing yoga in 2002.
Masaaki has training in Kyokushin-karate, with the Hong Kong Royal Police Aikido team, and the Hong Kong Asian Olympic Judo team. He brings over 20 years of martial arts training to his teaching with a strong emphasis on mental training.
He has over a decade of teaching experience influenced by Coeli Marsh and Tom Alden. In his classes, Masaaki is committed to training awareness, to tune attitude, and works to empower students own intelligence and wisdom to be able to heal and be whole. He uses skilled techniques to help students and remains committed to working with wisdom, and kindness to help others.
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Join Boston Yoga Teacher Daniel Orlansky for Slow Vinyasa Yoga Classes at Down Under School of Yoga.
Sabrina teaches yoga to provide an opportunity for exploration, identification, and a building of awareness throughout the body's many integrated systems. Her classes are based on experiences in practice, through the knowledge and inspiration she has gained from many teachers and continued mentors, namely Peter Crowley, Barbara Benagh, and Nicole Clark. Sabrina has trained for several years in energetic bodywork and Thai/Shiatsu massage practices with Nicole Clark, Jennifer Yarro, and Daniel Orlansky. Combining these skills with an almost decade-long career working in mental health, Sabrina's classes are offered primarily as a service to provide more opportunities for well-being throughout life’s many fluctuations. Her experiences in teaching include organizations for those impacted by trauma, addiction, and cancer, alongside studios and workplaces for those who experience everyday life stressors. She is a member of the Massachusetts chapter of the Prison Yoga Project, which seeks to provide yoga and meditation services to those incarcerated throughout the state.