Alexandria Crow is a Los Angeles based yoga teacher, a teacher trainer, and the founder of Yoga Physics, a scientific approach to teaching yoga that focuses on the interaction between the physical body in asana practice and its energetic union with consciousness.
When Alexandria’s career in the fashion industry proved unfulfilling, she turned her attention to yoga—the physical challenges of the practice were familiar for the former competitive gymnast, while the philosophy offered tools she uses to approach life with a fearless attitude.
With an Ashtanga Yoga background, and certified at the 500-hour level, she leads 200- and 300-hour teacher trainings at YogaWorks, where she also leads vinyasa flow classes with methodical, challenging, and creative sequences. Her approach to teaching stems from her belief that the practice is for everyone.
Besides her work inside the pages of Yoga Journal as a model and writer, she has appeared in Yoga Journal’s Fitness Challenge and Total Body Yoga DVDs.
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