Ellen Mosko is a recognized, respected, and much loved yoga teacher, with deep roots and years of study in Iyengar, Anusara, Yin, Hatha, and Sivananda Yoga. A practicing yogi since her sophomore year in college (when a friend needed a few bodies to help her through a fitness thesis), Ellen began her teaching career in 2003. Her first 200 hour training created the foundation for both her teachings and an unwavering commitment to always learn more; today, she is a sought after “teacher’s teacher”, known for seamlessly using her cues, sequences, and every prop in the room to help students transform, connect, and better understand their alignment, anatomy, philosophy, and subtle body energetics.
Ellen is a E-RYT 500-Hour, YACEP certified yoga instructor with a library of yoga classes and writings featured by Yoga International. Ellen teaches public and private classes, trainings, and workshops nationally, and offers mentoring sessions to certified teachers seeking to explore and develop their own authentic voice.
“I think our world moves at a very fast pace and in that chaos, we can lose ourselves. I teach - and I practice - because yoga is the anchor that keeps bringing me back to my own heart.” Ellen
Here’s a little more about me:
Some items that are usually in my backpack: a current book I’m reading, a notebook for jotting down ideas/inspirations, reading glasses, an essential oil or two and a few gemstones.
I love dogs and currently am enjoying the random shenanigans of our puppy Beau (an English Cream Golden Retriever)
Being a student reminds me how it feels to embark on something new.
Although you may not be able to hear an accent, I did grow up in Long Island, NY and love the beach as much as I love being in NYC.
After 20 something years of study, I have more fun teaching yoga now and take myself less seriously than I did in the beginning.
yours in practice,