Ariana Rabinovitch Yoga Teacher Movement Educator Google+



What I do

As a Yoga Teacher and Movement Specialist, I want to help people improve their movement skills and ultimately their quality of life.

I have a straight-forward approach that combines yoga with movement to help clients be strong, restore mobility and feel energized. Instead of the typical fast & furious “workout,” I emphasize mindful and practical strength in movement. My students rave about how strong they feel after working with me.

Unlike yoga teachers who started out as dancers or gymnasts, I began practicing yoga during my awkward high school years. Yoga helped me build strength, confidence, and establish a strong mind-body connection. Since then, yoga and movement have been a strong force in my life.

Why yoga and movement?  Many of our body aches and issues are a result of our sedentary lifestyles.  Movement is what is missing from our lives so I incorporate various movement modalities to complement my yoga programming.

In addition to teaching group classes, I work one-on-one with clients, teach Continuing Education courses to fitness professionals, host the Yoga & Beyond podcast, and am the co-author of the Exposing Yoga Myths book series.

In my Integrated Yoga and Foundations of Good Movement classes we work to improve our movement skills. We rotate a series of sequences that are designed to counter the negative effects of modern, sedentary living.

I teach my Integrated Yoga method at Yo Yoga NYC and my new class Foundations of Movement at various locations.

Watch this interview where I talk to Karl Sterling about the benefits of yoga and my Integrated Yoga method.



Training and Education

I’ve been practicing yoga for more than 20 years and go above and beyond the requirements for yoga teachers taking high level anatomy, biomechanics and functional training certifications. I teach group classes and private sessions. I’m also the co-author of  Exposing Yoga Myths Volume 1 and teach Continuing Education courses for fitness/movement professionals.

  • Functional Range Conditioning Mobility Specialist (FRCms)
  • NKT® (Neurokinetic Therapy)
  • FMS Level 1 Certification
  • Barefoot Rehab® Specialist
  • Jill Miller’s Yoga Tune Up Level 1 Training
  • 108-hour Anatomy Studies for Yoga Teachers (ASFYT) Certification
  • Jason Brown’s 500-hour Zenyasa Teacher Training Program
  • YogaWorks 200-hour Teacher Training Program
  • Every Kid’s Yoga Teacher Training Program
  • Karma Kids Yoga Teacher Training Program

There’s always more to learn. I’m in the process of getting certified as a Strength and Conditioning Coach.


Here is a video about when I used to volunteer at my local Community Center!

And here is a YogaCityNYC review of my class!



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