Lynné Filion: Yoga Instructor & Teaching Artist

Namaste: A common closing in a yoga practice, meaning the light and love in me recognizes and honors the light and love in you.



“Yoga is the unifying art of transforming dharma into action, be it through inspired thought, properly nurturing our children, a painting, a kindness or an act of peace that forever moves humanity forward. “

 -Micheline Berry

noun, Hinduism, Buddhism.
1.essential quality or character, as of the  cosmos or one’s own nature.




  • After attending your classes I noticed less pain, quicker recovery time in between workouts, and even achieved a new PR!

    what athletes are saying

  • I meant to write you last week after Fiona’s first class. We moved here from northern California late this summer and it’s been a very hard transition. Fiona was struggling in school a bit at making friends and finding her groove. When I picked her up last week she was glowing and bouncing. She has NEVER been this happy before. You and your class really brought out so much of her Spirit that I’ve been missing. I wanted to thank you for that.

    She had to come home yesterday morning because of a low-grade fever. (She doesn’t have one today but school policy requires her to stay home)

    She has been crying and soooo upset at missing today’s class. She is deeply sad and wonders if you could save the art project for her. I promised her I would write you (she’s been begging to go just to your class today.) It’s heartbreaking how upset she is but it’s also a testament to you and your offerings. THANK YOU for doing what you do.

    what parents from art and yoga are saying:

  • you always seem to know exactly what to do and what to say to cater to what I need in that moment. thank you!

    what studio students are saying