I started attending Yoga WIld in November of 2019 because I found their focus to be wholesome and truly community-oriented. This is one of my favorite studios to attend and hope many others try them.
Ferrah has been practicing yoga for over 10 years. She began her yoga journey at Western Washington University where she earned her BA in Psychology. When she first began yoga, it was merely a workout, however, she started to find healing and increased self-esteem through the evolution of her practice. In 2013, Ferrah was inspired to complete the alchemy of yoga(vinyasa) yoga teacher training at Hauteyoga Queen Anne with incredible happiness seeker Silvia Mordini. After she became certified, she taught for Yoga Behind Bars, UW Yogis and UW Mindfulness Project. She excelled working with youth-focused organizations that emphasized the importance of self-discovery. This paired well with her work at Teen Link, a non-profit dedicated to youth suicide prevention.
In 2017, Ferrah took the plunge to teach full time. She primarily taught power vinyasa, along with an Ayurveda-inspired studio that incorporated dosha balancing techniques into each class. Each studio provided experiences that have molded Ferrah’s teaching style today. She incorporates pranayama, meditation and strength building into her flows to challenge students physically and mentally. Her love of movement is revealed in her sequencing as she encourages students to stop thinking and allow the seamless transition from one posture to the next. Her intention is to share mindfulness techniques that connect students to the present moment while empowering them to expand their practice to the next level.