Certified Ayurveda Counselor, therapeutic yoga teacher, diet & lifestyle coach, Kirsten is the founder of Prani Lifestyle Consutling and owner of Living Yoga Dallas. She studies with Rod Stryker in the ParaYoga Master Program, and at the Himalayan Institute of Yoga Science & Philosophy. Kirsten leads the wellness program at GoodWorkUS and teaches, public classes, private sessions, workshops and retreats.

Maddie received her Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the UNT in Denton. In her 5 years of experience, Maddie has found that combining traditional psychotherapeutic theory and techniques with mindfulness and yogic philosophy produces the most effective results in her own healing and the healing of her clients. Together in session, Maddie will help you to identify the patterns and programs you have created that are preventing you from living out your most authentic and fulfilling life.

Jacy has a multifaceted background in both the eastern philosophy of yoga and western practice of psychotherapy. She received her Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of North Texas in 2014. She studied at Namah Shivaya Yoga receiving her 200 hour yoga teacher certification in 2013.

I started practicing yoga for the physical benefits, but I found myself more and more drawn to the spiritual and philosophical aspects of yoga. Yoga became something I did for myself every day. Hungry for more, I dove right in to my 200 hour teacher training at Lotus Yoga to attain the knowledge and a better understanding of yoga as a whole. My love for yoga grew exponentially from there. I have studied with Rod Stryker, Judith Hanson Lasater, Aaron Price, Tara Kristof, and Jennifer Hensley.

David found yoga in 1994 while receiving chair massages at Whole Foods. He started practicing daily and attended classes at Unity Church and the Ananda center. David joined friends taking The Artist’s Way workshop and discovered yoga as his Art. He began teaching at Unity in 1996 and other places soon after. He received his 500hr Yoga Teaching Cert in 2005 through Namaste’ Int'l and in 2006 a friend invited him to attend a Vedic Thai workshop with Mukti Michael Buck. David found a purpose, knowing immediately that he wished to share this graceful, ancient practice.

Jennifer began her professional life with wilderness camping. This included driving a bus with a 6 canoe trailer, hiking in Big Bend & the Pecos Mountains, canoeing the Buffalo river in Arkansas, sleeping in a tent come rain or shine, and..oh yea…feeding 10 pre adjudicated youth from a ‘real’ wood burning fire! This experience helped to lay a solid foundation for her counseling career.

Paula studied at the University of North Texas receiving her Bachelors Degree and Masters of Education in Counseling Psychology and Alternative Medicine. She continued her post-graduate training with the Dallas Group Psychotherapy Training Program, the Midwest Institute of Gestalt Psychotherapy, and the National Institute of Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback. Her current interests are in the areas of alternative healthcare, using eastern psychology and body-centered psychotherapy as modalities into her treatment style.

 I began my journey after many years of swimming, working out at the gym, and running, which was taking it's toll on my body.  I began a daily practice and found ny body and mind free, at ease, and connected. I soon felt deeply in my heart that I wanted to teach and found my yoga home and completed teacher training at Blue Anjou, where I am now the director and owner of the studio and Blue Anjou Teacher Training Programs.  I am passionate about teaching and love to share with my students a vibrant and uplifting experience that is also nurturing, warm, and compassionate.

Child of God.

Anodea Judith, Ph.D. is the director of Sacred Centers (, a teaching organization of transformational wisdom. She holds a doctoral degree in Psychology and Human Health, is a 500-hour registered yoga teacher (E-RYT), and has engaged in lifelong studies in psychology, mythology, sociology, history, systems theory, evolution, and comparative religion.