Linda Baffa

Yoga at the Movies

A yoga class is very much a story with a beginning, middle and end…  Come step into a 90 minute practice where you feel the music, the drama, and the arch of your personal story just like a movie!  The class will be set to great movie soundtracks and guided in a similar theatrical flow of crescendo (gradual increase in passion and drama), climax, and resolution.  Through this thematic journey, hopefully you will find a deep emotional connection and a reveal new profound truths about yourself.  You may laugh, you may cry, and you may just want to eat some popcorn after.

*Please note that this class will offer less instruction on poses and it is recommended that you have at least one year of yoga experience.

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About Linda:

Linda Baffa is a yoga teacher, singer, foodie and free spirit that lives and works in the South Bay of Los Angeles. She began practicing yoga in 1997 as part of her drama training at New York University ‘s Tisch School of the Arts, and from here, it was love at first down dog. Not only was she fascinated that one could move their body in such a beautiful, open, and healing way, she was also instantly hooked on the mental release yoga provided and the invaluable power of living in the present moment.

She has since explored all different schools of yoga throughout NYC and Los Angeles, however most of her teaching inspiration comes from Julie Rader and Mukti Yoga School where she has earned her 500-RYT Teaching Certification and is also a Senior Teacher leading Teacher Trainings.   She currently works at multiple South Bay locations leading a vinyasa flow style that is challenging yet gentle, balanced yet freeing, and safe yet playful.  When she’s not teaching yoga, you might find Linda watching butterflies, cooking or baking anything, meditating in a field of flowers, or singing a ditty…  Linda is also an accomplished singer-songwriter (under her maiden name Linda Dam) and enjoys connecting the beauty of music with the beauty of yoga.

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