Danielle is director and lead instructor of True Nature School of Yoga, where she blends her passion for teaching and learning to inspire in-depth study and practice of Yoga. She has taught Yoga classes for over a decade in a variety of settings including yoga studios, corporations, non-profit organizations and schools, and has been the co-owner of two successful studios, Yoga Vista (2005-2009) and Yoga Oceanside (2010 to present). Danielle's unique teaching style is inspired by her extensive training with renowned Yoga centers such as Mount Madonna and the Himalayan Institute, and masterful teachers such as Donna Farhi, Roger Cole, Judith Hanson Lasater, Nischala Joy Devi, and Rolf Sovik. Her pilgrimage to India, the Motherland of Yoga, embedded her into a spiritual lineage of the tradition which shines through in her sincere approach to sharing Yoga with others.
Danielle's teaching is also shaped by her extensive experience in the education and training field. She is a facilitator for AmeriCorps*VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America), has served as a MiraCosta College Instructor, and has created numerous professional development courses for corporate, government, and community-based clients. She uses her expertise as a facilitator to create learning experiences that emphasize personal growth, self-reflection, group process, enriching discussion, and hands-on experience. Her instructional style helps students evolve into compassionate, competent, and confident yoga teachers, as she inspires and empowers her students to find the teacher within.
Danielle Fowler is honored to be a graduate in the inaugural class of the Master's Degree Program in Yoga Studies at Loyola Marymount University.