In her Vinyasa classes she brings her animating strength and positive guidance to bring her students a balanced flow. Her teaching style is challenging yet, introspective and she invites her students to push themselves both physically and mentally during class. She believes yoga is for everyone and enjoys helping students learn the basics of the poses and delve into self-exploration.
200-hour certified | 10 hours continued education
Hanna Mae Owens was first drawn to the grounding and introspective aspects of yoga. Through her travels to Mysore, India she deepened her understanding and kindled passion for her personal yoga practice, finding heightened self-compassion and understanding. Upon moving to California she completed her Yoga Alliance RYT-200 from RA Yoga. She is currently undergoing training to teach Yin Yoga and enjoys the restorative aspect of the practice. Hanna is a graduate student in the Marriage and Family Therapy program at Chapman University and enjoys helping people harness the highest versions of themselves during yoga practice.
Favorite Yoga Pose: Chair pose, because it allows me to drop into my body and harness my breath, carrying me through any resistance.
Yoga has brought me a true sense of self-compassion, acceptance, and love.
I was first drawn to yoga for its restorative properties and the idea that I could rejuvenate my mind and body with practice.
Introspective. Uplifting. Balanced. Nurturing. Powerful.