About Bryanna

Bryanna tried yoga for the first time many years ago and thought that it was the worst “fitness” class that she had ever taken. Luckily for her, friends talked her into attending another class almost seven years later and she left the studio with a new sense of calm and contentedness. Hooked on this “yoga glow”, she began attending classes regularly and was captivated by the perpetual joy and increased mental and physical awareness that came from the yoga practice.  

She graduated from Dallas Yoga Center’s 200 hour teacher training, and is dedicated to spreading the joy of yoga to new and experienced practitioners.  Her teaching style and practice are influenced by Vinyasa style Hatha yoga with Iyengar based alignment principles. She is an avid fan of using props to encourage proper form and to make poses accessible to a wide range of bodies. She hopes that every student will leave her class feeling more in tune with their body and completely blissed out! 


Take the time to slow down and find immense beauty in small things.
— Bryanna, Yoga Off East Instructor

Q + A

I am happiest…

spending time with family or friends outside in a beautiful place!

My favorite view…

flowing water!

Morning ritual…

yoga most days! And drinking a large glass of water.  

One activity you do everyday without fail…

walking outside! 

A good day is…

spending time at a lake, river, or beach with friends and family. 

Last thing you do at night…

read. 

What 3 things are vital to your day…

movement, laughter, and quiet. 

Your most overused phrase…

"It'll be a good time or a good story!" 

Go-to websites…

Spotify web! 

Most used emoji…

the crying laughter!

How do you unwind…

yoga or meditation outside, or Beyonce dance parties in my living room!

What was your dream job as a child…

to be a diplomat. 

Who is your greatest mentor…

my parents and my teacher Jyl, who taught me how to slow down and become more aware!  

What one meeting changed your life…

my first day of yoga teacher training with Jyl - I had no idea how incredible
my life would become with her guidance and more practice! 

Biggest risk that has paid off…

studying abroad in Germany during my senior year of high school - it was the
first time that my world view was questioned and I am so thankful!  

Failure is…

listening to the voice that says "I can't" instead of "I can"!

Success is…

waking up excited for the day that is coming, helping people feel better,
having great conversations, and constantly learning something new!

Best piece of advice…

take the time to slow down and find immense beauty in small things.