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Meet Giselle — Giselle Mari Yoga

Giselle’s introduction to yoga in the early 1990s was a logical evolution from her gymnastics/dance background, her love of music, and her colorful childhood, which included being raised by a bohemian flamenco dancer as well as other eccentric figures in her life. All of these factors have shaped her teaching style and overall approach to life.


Giselle is an E-RYT500 and YACEPC-IAYT who infuses her courses with a dash of sass, grit, and passion. In her light-hearted yet thorough teaching style, she blends together yogic philosophy, Sanskrit, anatomy, skilled hands-on aids, funky diverse music, and an unapologetically real approach to yoga. In addition to encouraging you to move, sweat, and think about what you’re doing, her offers are intended to stimulate courageous inquiry, improve self-acceptance, reconnect you to your humanity, and inspire spiritual activation—all while maintaining your sense of humor.


As a student of Sharon GannonDavid Life of the Jivamukti Yoga system, Giselle has had the privilege of training under their direct supervision and assisting them for a number of years. As a senior teacher with advanced certification, she went on to serve as a faculty member for their prestigious international teacher training program and as a member of the board of directors for their advanced certification examination. Additionally, Giselle expresses gratitude to Sarah Powers, Paul Grilley, Jai Uttal, Jill Miller, and her Sanskrit/philosophy instructor Manorama, whose lessons have enlightened her journey in ways that cannot be expressed in words.

  1. She is also a certified yoga teacher trainer and mentor.
  2. Among her many other appearances are Kathryn Budig’s bookWomen’s Health: The Big Book of Yoga, Linda Sparrowe’sYoga at Home, and Stephanie Spence’sYogaWisdom: Warrior Tales Inspiring You On and Off Your Mat, as well as the films What is Real?
  3. The Story of Jivamukti Yoga and the Director’s Cut of Cowspiracy are two films that I recommend.
  4. When she isn’t teaching, she enjoys spending time with her wonderful husband and daughter, as well as their two pit dogs and two frogs, who are all rescues.
  5. Check out the press page for more information.

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In the early 1990s, Giselle Mari began practicing yoga as a natural progression from her gymnastics and dance background, her love of music, and her upbringing by a bohemian flamenco dancer. Giselle Mari is an Advanced Certified Jivamukti teacher and E-RYT500 who began practicing yoga in the early 1990s. She was initially drawn to the Jivamukti Yoga approach since she was a bit of a wild youngster. In the following months, she began her intensive study with her gurus Sharon Gannon and David Life, with whom she worked gladly for about five years as a volunteer around the western United States.

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Giselle is based in the San Francisco Bay Area, but she travels the world to teach at studios, festivals, and conferences, among other venues.

She is an ambassador for Gaiam, a writer for Origin magazine, a member of the advisory board for The Art of Yoga Project, and has had the distinction of serving as a mentor on the Jivamukti Yoga Teacher Training Faculty. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two children.

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