Holle Black

What to expect in a class with Holle

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Holle's teaching style is about finding your own practice, reconnecting to the rhythm of your own body. She offers challenging postures and flows in order to find that rhythm of self and make that connection back within.

About Holle

Holle is an E-RYT 500 certified Pranakriya Yoga Therapist who studied under the guidance of master teacher Yoganand Michael Carroll, and Marlysa Sullivan MPT, E-RYT. In addition, Holle is a certified prenatal yoga teacher, certified kids yoga teacher, and has completed an additional 300 hour training with David Emerson at the Trauma Center in Brookline, Massachusetts. Holle designed and directs the Trauma Sensitive Yoga, 20 hour training module for the 500hr therapeutic Center for Integrative Yoga Studies advanced teacher training. Holle is the founder and director of Centering Youth, a yoga service project in Atlanta, that brings yoga and mindfulness to incarcerated youth, incarcerated pregnant women, homeless LGBTQ youth, Refugee youth and women, and women who have been sexually exploited.

We asked Holle

Why do you practice yoga?

I practice yoga to stay connected to myself, which keeps me connected to others.

What fuels you? 


Holle’s favorite piece of wisdom:

Everything is Holy, Everyone is Holy~ Patti Smith