Dhana is a wonderful yoga teacher. She is very knowledgeable about yoga, has a warm personality and infinite patience. For someone like me, who was born with limited flexibility, Dhana always has alternate ways to do the asanas. She has inspired me to keep up my yoga practice at home and away. Thanks to her inspiration, even in the foothills of China, I carry my mat with me.
— Joan Cockell,Kashgar, China
My husband and I have thoroughly enjoyed Dhana's yoga classes for the past few months. She is a fabulous yoga instructor who makes the class light and fun while getting all of the mind/body benefits of Iyengar Yoga. We both have improved our flexibility and overall peace of mind. I liked the pace and the challenge of each class. We are really looking forward to continuing with Dhana's outdoor Sunday morning classes in the park.
— Shashi Maharaj
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