Hannah is known for her profound devotion to WAKING UP to the sacred that permeates everything, her nurturing way of weaving ancient wisdom + transformational ritual into everyday living, her epic storytelling and sweet Bhakta voice that stirs deep in your soul, and her teachings’ focus on compassion — reflected throughout her work as a teacher, activist and mother.

Her classes skillfully weave mantra, pranayama, meditation, mudra, and philosophy throughout intelligently-sequenced, alignment-based flows  – and her studies span traditions of raja, tantra, hatha yoga, as well as anatomy, ayurveda, the neuroscience of mindfulness, and much more, including various mystical traditions.  Her classes seek to empower the yogin not only to become vital in body and clear in mind – but encourage the rediscovery of that grace which is already present within and throughout. 

Hannah has been a featured presenter at Symbiosis, Bhakti Fest, Shakti Fest, Electric Forest, and other festivals.  She is co-creator and teacher of the beloved ROOTS of Yoga Teacher Trainings (50, 200 and 300 hour trainings) alongside Kenny Graham.  She also leads the Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training at Mount Madonna Center, and transformational retreats in India, Bali, Mexico, Guatemala, California and beyond.

With a background in environmental advocacy and social justice, Hannah is deeply committed to making the world a better place from inside out.  She serves on the board of the Yoga for All Movement, offering yoga + mindfulness to the homeless, incarcerated and underserved, and founded the yoga program at Siena House, serving homeless women and their babies during pregnancy and postnatal – where she continues to serve as a teacher.

Hannah has been voted as one of the Top Three “Best Yoga Instructors” in the Santa Cruz Good Times for the past five years in a row.  She is devoted to sharing the sacred gifts of yoga that uplifted her depression, healed her body, saved her life and awaken her heart each day.

When she’s not traveling the world teaching, you can find Hannah giggling with her 8-year old daughter/zen master Ruby Bea, collaborating in service of social + environmental justice, exploring Mama Earth’s majesty, dancing wildly, or meditating quietly. 

Learn more and get involved at HannahMuseYoga.com // instagram.com/HannahMuse_Yoga + Facebook.com/HannahJMuse.