Chloe Diamond-Lenow

Teaching Style


Chloe’s classes are based in vinyasa and yin techniques with emphasis on linking breathto movement, mind to body and heart to intention. Her classes offer fun and challenging flows suitable for beginners with enough layers to push advanced practitioners to continue to grow their practices. She brings her passion for social justice together with her love of movement in her classes to cultivate a welcome space that honors students in their bodies and minds, nourishing them mentally and physically. She holds space in her classes for her students to find their edge, meditate, play, relax, breathe, reflect, turn-off and let go. Her classes inspire her students to leave their days behind when they walk in the studio and leave with an open heart.

How Yoga Serves Chloe

Yoga provides Chloe with a space to cultivate practices of self-care both on and off her mat. It inspires her to approach herself and others with compassion, kindness and an open heart and to explore her mental, physical and emotional needs and limits—continuously learning and growing in the process.

Words of Wisdom for Students


“We cannot allow our fear of anger to deflect us nor seduce us into settling for anything less than the hard work of excavating honesty.” Audre Lorde

“Our feelings are our most genuine paths to knowledge.” Audre Lorde

Background


Chloe is a 200-hour certified vinyasa and yin yoga teacher with training from CorePower Yoga. She began practicing yoga when she was 12 to augment her ballet practice at Boston Ballet and continued to practice through high school and college. She developed a daily yoga practice after moving to Santa Barbara for graduate school. Chloe is also a PhD Candidate in Feminist Studies at UCSB. She presented original research about yoga and social justice at UC Berkeley’s Yoga and Questions of Inclusion conference in 2014 and seeks to continue to think about, and foster, the connections between yoga and community healing.

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