Yoga Dance Flow

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1680 Bryant Street,
Palo Alto

Yoga Dance Flow - Mini Series

Three Saturday afternoons, 12:30 to 2:00p

Yoga Dance Flow is an embodied dance experience that utilizes the structure of Yoga to focus and cultivate body awareness before flowing into creative exploration and expression with dance. Each session in this mini series consists of a Vinyasa Yoga warm-up, authentic movement improvisation practice, and guided dance explorations specific to the day’s theme. Expect to work solo and in partnerships to build connections through dance.


Mini Series - Yoga Dance Flow

3 Saturdays, 12:30 - 2:00p
Dec 2nd - Dec 16th, 20203
1680 Bryant Street, Palo Alto


Movement Qualities

Changing the quality of our movement naturally expands our movement vocabulary and expression abilities. Play with different intentions behind your impulses and witness yourself shapeshift.

Registration Dec 2nd

Intimate Focus

Slow down and feel every part of your body, the negative spaces in your shape, your movement, and intimately know all the textures of your dance. You will have the chance to work solo and with partners to carefully observe and describe your dance as you pay attention to how it feels to you and what it evokes in others.

Registration Dec 9th

Trust & Flow

Exercise your trust and commitment muscles as you acknowledge, allow, and steward your body’s natural movement impulses into their full expression. Let your mind take a back seat and watch what happens when your body is allowed to fully flow.

Registration Dec 16


Yoga and dance are interconnected. This connection wasn't apparent to me until I took Alyse's class late last year. We began with some familiar poses that she effortlessly led with a clarity and ease that were refreshing. The class then transitioned into movements that, at first, we did together in a set rhythmic pattern, and later, in a free-form expression. There were also periods of rest to rejuvenate and recuperate.
It is now abundantly clear to me that yoga and dance are closely related. They share common elements, such as movements and pauses, but their goals and benefits can only be fully integrated by someone who understands both disciplines. Alyse, a lifelong dancer trained with a deep background in yoga and spiritual practice, is one of the few who can accomplish this, and in my opinion, she has done it, hopefully for the benefit of many others!

Karn Verma


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Alyse Romano

Alyse is a movement artist with a foundation in ballet and contemporary dance. She holds a B.F.A. in dance from UCSB and is experienced in teaching Yoga, ballet, contemporary, improvisation and choreography to all ages. Alyse views conscious movement and breath as tools for embodiment and expression that can truly help us live our lives with more presence, connection, and flow.


Limited spots!

Drop-in Lesson


  • One 90 min lesson
  • Beautiful Studio
  • Notes & Music



  • Three 90 min lessons
  • Beautiful studio
  • Notes & Music

Mini Series for Two


$99/two people
  • Three 90 min lessons
  • Beautiful studio
  • Notes & Music

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A serene space in Palo Alto, nestled amidst lush greenery, designed to inspire movement and meditation with its tranquil ambiance.

Feeling Flow1680 Bryant StPalo Alto, CA 94301

Doors open 15 minutes before class. Don't forget to bring your yoga mat!

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Past Courses


Yoga Dance Flow - 6 Week Series

Coming back soon!

Each class in the Yoga Dance Flow moves through a journey of different themes intended to gently open new movement pathways and build confidence in expressing authentically through movement.

We all have a unique way of moving and this series is an opportunity to unlock your personal movement signature so it can express itself to the world.

Whether you are complete beginner at dance and yoga, practicing yoga and dance solo, dancing in partnership, or a professional. Vinyasa Dance Flow offers embodiment tools that can bring more presence into your daily movements and into your dance life.

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