Yogis Anonymous

Beth Prandini

Guest teacher

Beth's yoga practice began when she was diagnosed with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus with a Rheumatoid Arthritis crossover at the age of 19. The amount of pain and joint inflammation from RA, and the exhaustion caused by Lupus transformed even the most basic movements into painful overwhelming chores.

Thankfully, it was recommended that she try Yoga as a solution for her illness.

More than a decade has past since that first initial step into a yoga journey. Today Beth enjoys a medication free remission from her symptoms. In that time she has earned her Master's Degree in Education from Pepperdine University and has completed a 500-hour ERYT program through Yoga Works in Santa Monica.

Beth attributes a large part of her recovery to her yoga practice. She continues to study Therapeutic Yoga under her mentor, Jasmine Lieb and draws upon her Iyengar studies with Lisa Walford and Ashtanga practice with Sonya Cottle to bring a balanced approach to the physical aspects of her classes. She has a heart for introducing Yoga to those new to the practice, especially those who are looking to discover the powerful healing effects of Yoga. Beth knows the transformative effects of Yoga first hand, and is inspired to educate others about the amazing mental, physical and spiritual benefits a yoga practice can provide.

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