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As an athlete and outdoors enthusiast, Diane gravitated toward yoga in college as a way to compliment a very active lifestyle. She found that the mindful practice not only had physical benefits, but mental and emotional as well.

Naturally, her love for the practice led her to complete a 200-hour teaching certification at CorePower Yoga, Encinitas (2013). She also completed a yin-yoga certification and continues to study through trainings, workshops + home practice.

"This ancient practice will continue to unfold day after day! My goal as a teacher to is to share the amazing benefits of this healing art and to help my students explore the subtle body. In this fast-pace world we live in it's important to pause, to journey inward, and to learn one new thing about the self every time we step onto the yoga mat (or beach towel)." 




Savannah Ingold is a native California girl. Born and raised in the mountains, Savannah always had a love for the outdoors and athletics. Competing in sports all throughout high school, Savannah fell in love with the feeling that working out gave her. After high school she continued running, and began doing yoga as a form of injury prevention. Shortly after she began her practice, Savannah knew yoga was going to be a big part of her life, and so in 2013 she received her 200 hour certification, and has been teaching ever since. Since that time, Savannah learned that she loved making people feel good about themselves, and so she attained her personal training certification in 2016. Since then , she has added a few more certifications, and continues to enjoy sharing yoga and fitness to those around her.