Mirabai Warkulwiz

Mirabai is a dedicated yoga practitioner and teacher of over 20 years. Her eclectic training is rooted in Sivananda, Ashtanga, Integral Hatha, and Restorative (Iyengar) yoga traditions. Her Vinyasa classes are a fusion of these powerful lineages and every class is unique and catered to the students that are present in the room and offer an array of grounding techniques, Sun Salutations, strong standing poses, backbends, forward folds, twists, and creative Restorative resting poses at the end of class. She also incorporates music and chanting for she is strongly rooted in the path of Bhakti yoga.

Mirabai planted her yoga and meditation roots in San Francisco at the Sivananda Center in 1998. Amazed at her healing of a back injury and many other positive life changes, she became yoga certified through 200-hour teacher training programs both at the Integral Yoga Institute in 2004, and at the Greenpath Ashtanga Studio in 2005. In July 2008 she completed another 170-hour Intermediate Teacher Training program in Asana and Pranayama through the Integral Yoga Institute in Virginia. She is attuned to Reiki Level 1, studies Ayurveda, is a dancer, and enjoys being in communion with nature. She invites all of her yoga students to transcend physical, emotional, and mental blocks to experience more spaciousness, comfort, happiness, clarity, and inner peace. As a Kirtan musician (Mirabai and Friends Kirtan Band) Mirabai leads Kirtan around the Bay Area, and enjoys implementing chanting, sound, and music into class.