Ali Owens is an E-RYT 500, meditation teacher, dancer, world traveler, and mother. Driven by her passion for movement, Ali studied dance in the World Arts & Cultures program at UCLA, leading her to discover yoga. She signed up for a yoga course to unwind from the long days of training, but what she found was enthusiastic interest in the philosophy and spirituality of the practice. Upon graduation, she completed her first teacher training in Santa Monica and continued to study with some of the most celebrated teachers in the world. Ali is trained in Vinyasa, Hatha, Restorative/Yin, Subtle Body, Pre/Postnatal Yoga, Ayurveda, Meditation, and Yoga Nidra.
Once a simple way to wind down from a busy lifestyle, yoga has become the catalyst for Ali to live the life she always dreamed of. Her mission is to empower others to uncover their intuition and live in alignment with their hearts through movement and meditation. Ali has become well known for her innovative teaching style and ability to create a welcoming environment for all students to grow and thrive.
Ali has taught at some of the most reputable studios in Los Angeles and worked as a spokeswoman and ambassador with several leading yoga and fitness brands. She is also a contributing writer for MindBodyGreen, Yoga Journal, and Chalkboard Magazine. To connect with Ali, find her on social media @aliomyoga.
This practice moves slowly through restorative postures to help quiet your thoughts, leaving you feeling harmonious in mind and body. Find relaxation while in Mountain Brook Pose, a twist, Child’s Pose, and Legs Up The Wall or Savasana. Bring any combination of props for extra support. This class previously aired on January 15, 2023. Though not intended to be a Prenatal practice, this class can be prenatal-friendly if you are a seasoned practitioner moving through pregnancy. Please note: Practicing yoga while pregnant is for those who have a low-risk pregnancy and have gotten the green light from a doctor or midwife to practice.
Transform your thoughts into support to aim for the life you crave in this relaxing Yoga Nidra. Focus on finding your purpose while planting the seed of intention, then visualize yourself embodying this in your words, actions, and how you show up for yourself and others. This class previously aired on January 10, 2023.
This is a mindful and energizing class for those who are expecting. Enjoy poses that nourish your lower back, open your hips, and strengthen your hamstrings, including Half Moon, Triangle, Pigeon, Camel, and Tree, while linking movement with breath to make your practice more meditative. This class previously aired on January 8, 2023. Please note: Prenatal yoga is for those who have a low-risk pregnancy and have gotten the green light from a doctor or midwife to practice.