AboutMy rule of “If you fall you must laugh” is strictly enforced!
When I started to achieve success as a yoga teacher very early on in my career people would ask how it was that I made such profound changes in my life so quickly. How so many amazing things kept showing up for me, from being on Good Morning America and traveling around the world with sold out retreats and workshops or becoming a writer for Positively Positive.
I created Manifestation Yoga® which is about having breakthroughs in your life without being too serious. I teach a motivational style of yoga all over Los Angeles and also in Philly and NJ at Dhyana Yoga as well as PURE Yoga and Yoga Vida in NYC. I lead workshops and retreats worldwide: including Yoga Retreats to Ojai, Ca at a 54 acre beautiful rustic Eco-Sanctuary, Mexico, Hawaii, Bali and Tuscany.
I’m originally from Philadelphia and New Jersey by way of NYU before landing in L.A. Starting with Iyengar yoga, I discovered that yoga helped me in healing many aspects of her life: from depression to injuries from being a runner. I studied with Annie Carpenter extensively.
In her classes, I combine my love of words and poetry, music and the healing arts. Classes are challenging, yet completely personal. The MOST important part of my class is having a sense of humor.
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What Drives Me
Pay attention to the messengers. Pay attention to the messages.Jennifer Pastiloff
When my nephew Blaise was diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder called Prader Willi Syndrome (PWS) & PDD/NOS (Autism), it prompted me to start GAMEYoga.~Free Yoga for Kids with Special Needs~ as well as become a devoted advocate for finding FPWR.org
I’m in the process of writing my first book and is currently a Wellness Expert for MindBody Green, has a weekly column on Positively Positive and writes my popular daily blog The Manifest-Station. I’m partially deaf and wear hearing aids. After spending 13 years working in the same restaurant I believe that everyone should have a job in the service industry at least once in their life. (“It’s good for the soul”).