Danielle has worked with Chopra Global for over 10 years leading events and trainings. For the past 20 years Danielle has worked with business leaders, elite athletes, intact teams, individuals, yogis and people who are completely new to wellbeing. She was most recently at Lululemon, as their Director of Mindfulness, Learning & Leadership leading a global team of facilitators and coaches. She is joining a financial institution as their head of Leadership Development and Organizational Wellness to lead wellbeing, including mental health programs to their employees.
She is passionate about integrating the tools of mindful performance into corporate culture and has created trainings and practices that contribute to the wellbeing of 30,000 global employees, athletes and guests.
Danielle leads in person and online programs, including 200hr and 300hr yoga leadership teacher trainings and immersive retreats. She is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC) and incorporates the teachings of yoga, meditation, Ayurveda and coaching with her clients.
Balance your running routine with some yoga poses that work on increasing flexibility in areas commonly overworked for runners, like the hamstrings, hip flexors, quadriceps, and feet. Before you jump in a shower, try these six yoga poses after your next run.
Caffeine might be your favorite way to start the day, but too much can lead to sleepless nights, anxiety, anger, and a case of the jitters. One of my mantras is “no coffee no prana!” However, I have to limit my intake of caffeine because my dominant dosha is Vata. Through yoga and meditation, I’ve become more aware of my body’s reaction to caffeine. I can still enjoy my morning Americano, but I can’t have more than that. When I need an energy boost without the negative side effects, I turn to specific pranayama and asanas. The next time you’re tempted to pour that second or third cup of coffee, try these exercises, in order, instead.