Meet your teacher
Dani Reidy is a 500 E-RYT who has taught thousands of hours of yoga around the world since 2014. She began her yoga journey through Baptiste Yoga and discovered a passion for the rigorous nature of the asana. She learned quickly that she admired the more subtle realms of the practice and dove deep into studying the energetics and philosophy, which she continues to diligently learn.
She values being a student first and is curious about the physiological and psychological components of the practice so she can assist herself and others to self regulate in moments of challenge. Dani is proud to have trained with and continues to be inspired by her teachers, Baron Baptiste, Elena Brower, and Ally Bogard. Dani has studied in India with Laughing Lotus teachers, Ali Cramer and Deborah Langley, is certified in the psychology of the chakras from teacher nd author Anodea Judith, and has trained with Abbie Galvin in Katonah Yoga. She is currently studying with Rod Stryker.
Arrow Yoga was created out of Dani's love for learning and sharing educational yoga courses that impart ancient wisdom through modern translations.
Dani is a lululemon ambassador in Baltimore, where she currently resides with her husband and two rescue kitties. She has a passion for building and nourishing communities through meaningful local experiences and collaborating with Baltimore businesses.
Dani is also the owner and founder of Arrow Retreats, a boutique travel company for women. She aims to empower local economies by working with small women owned businesses wherever she travels and has led over 20 retreats in 15 international destinations. She partner with food entrepreneurs, fashion designers, as well as makers and artists all over the world to curate multi dimensional and meaningful travel experiences. Her passion for connection is not only cultivated through yoga but also through ethical and responsible global travel.
"My yoga practice led me to the discovery that I have every opportunity to align with the version of myself that I always desired. I learned that my practice was not a matter of doing; striving to be someone different; but was of remembering the me that already was, and is, whole and complete. I searched a lifetime looking for answers to all of my questions, wondering why life was happening to me, feeling stuck in fear, lost in uncertainty and doubt.
It wasn't until I learned to expand my perspective, ask different questions, and truly listen, that my life and my suffering transformed. Yoga offered me an outlet to develop trust in myself, resiliency in moments of challenge, and ultimately to train my attention to stay in presence, so that I could learn to live less out of habit and more out of conscious choice.
I understand this work, this heart work, is the work of my time yet, I am grateful that I now have tools and a technique that I can reference to create support and trust in all that is unknown. This practice offers us a map to self understanding and is the compass to guide us forwards. I am so honored that we've found eachother to share in this practice, together."
Practice one on one with Dani, both in person and virtually.