Subhadra & Yoga Angels International™

The Foundation:

How to Calmly Abide in the Electric Body
Teaching Schedule:
Friday 1-3pm – Iyengar
Saturday 3:15-5:15pm – Iyengar
Sunday 12pm-1:30pm – The Business of Yoga
Yoga Angels Teacher Training
Saturday 8:30am- 12pm


Iyengar meets Vinyasana  culminating in the perfect balance of Aligment and Flow igniting poise and Grace. In this workshop the heat of the oceanside sun will pale in comparison to the Heat you will create from within.

The late B.K.S. Iyengar evolved precise posture (asana) and breathing (pranayama) techniques with a firm philosophical base in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. Subhadra takes this base knowledge and shakes it up with Vinyasa flow that ignites the soul and properly aligns the body to achieve balanced Mind+ Body resulting in synchronized soul.

What distinguishes Iyengar yoga is the very high degree of attention paid to alignment. Props are used to increase awareness and to make the poses accessible. Some poses will be held longer than students might be used to in a strictly flow-style class. There is an emphasis on fluid movement, but the main Story being told by Yoga Angel Subhadra are the lesson of how to effectively learn how to calmly the mind and  abide in your electric body.  

Sealing the Leaks to Overflow!

Join Subhadra in a journey of asana, pranayama & meditation with chanting and discussion. This strong energetic practice with strong emphasis on alignement to root your, lengthen and expand yourself. Learn effective ways to use yoga postures to heal and nurture challenged areas of your body. Explore expand healing through the chanting of mantra and clearing space within to expand our consciousness.


Yoga Angels Kid’s Village:



This year Subhadra and her tribe of Yoga Angels will host the Kid’sYoga Village, slated to be on the side lawn with a host of fun and engaging activities for the Teeny weeny yoginis welcomed to the conference. This space will be attended by yoga instructors and childcare providers to who will “play yoga” in structured and freeform classes and games. Face painting, Bouncy fixtures, Henna design, Bollywood dancing, Pillow sharing (instead of fighting) spaces for quiet reading and reflection. For up to 2hours Mom and Dad can participate in an adult focused yoga workshop or shopping spree in our one of kind World Market Place, filled with vendors who supply your every authentic living need on the spot or online!


About Subhadra:


Twenty one years of studentship, Subhadra teaches children and adults classes, workshops and teacher trainings internationally. She currently trains and certify aspiring yoga teachers through Yoga Angels International, a Yoga Alliance registered school and teaches with the City of Beverly Hills schools bringing Yoga to adults and children.

Subhadra’s studies began at the BKS Iyengar Yoga Institute of Los Angeles. She taught yoga for adults and children at Yoga Works for several years and have completed Yoga Works training with Maty Eratz and Lisa Walford. Her infectious open spirit has broaden her studies in vinyasana, ashtanga, kundalini, bhakti, and metaphysics. Her recent trip to India to sit with her beloved guru BKS Iyengar before his transcendence has been the highlight of her spiritual journey.

Grateful for her knowledge from multiple master teachers her unique teaching style can only be called Subhadrical! A yoga teacher, entrepreneur, humanitarian, and youth activist, she is a passionate educator and loving mother of four beautiful children aged 11-26.

A trailblazer, Subhadra finds fun ways to inspire and empower throughout the schools and communities in United States, Europe and the Caribbean.

A dedicated and loving teacher, Subhadra uses her energy, enthusiasm, and creativity to engage her students. Subhadra has served at-risk children with the belief that yoga can play an important part in creating self-esteem, courage and physical and mental health for kids of all ages. She is a passionate educator who quietly finds fun ways to inspire and empower while sharing the gift of yoga around the world.


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