“Yoga is also about therapy and finding calm in turmoil, but it’s not going to happen in one session. People use yoga to relieve stress, anxiety, lower blood pressure and to learn how to breathe properly. It’s about mobility, flexibility and strength. The way I teach I call it vinyasa yoga. I start with a centering, people just sit, or stand, or lie on their backs, whichever position they prefer to start to connect with their breath; clear their minds and forget about everything else that is happening.” As Danielle teaches, she seeks to help her students to nurture their bodies and minds. Some see yoga as this serious practice and granted it is, but it is also a source of joy. So her aim when you come to your mat is to be more open to learning about self, accepting challenges and to having fun while practicing.