Interviews

Yoga Instructor Danielle Campagna on How Practicing Keeps Her Healthy and Why Teaching Is Her Duty

In honor of National Yoga Month, we're sitting down with some of the Valley's favorite instructors to find out how they first got involved in yoga, how it changed their life, and why they believe everybody should incorporate yoga in their lives.

Danielle Campagna-Withycome (she just celebrated her one-year wedding anniversary this month, but she's still known professionally as Danielle Campagna) has been a part of the Balley yoga community for over a decade. She started out as a receptionist for At One Yoga (now Life Power Yoga), and after years of avid practicing she decided, on a whim, to take At One's teacher training program instead of moving to NYC to pursue a career in business and communication. That decision gave the Valley one of its favorite yoga teachers, known for her ability to command the room despite her small stature (and random playlists).

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