Instructor Danielle Mulligan of Get Moving Vinyasa, has been
teaching yoga since 2014. She has been
passionately involved with yoga since
2007. In order to fulfill her dream of
teaching, instructor Danielle Mulligan
sought certification through Sadhana Yoga School,
located in Keene, New Hampshire in 2014.
There she received her 200-hour certification
while pursuing her BA in English and writing.
When she is not doing yoga, Danielle Muuligan
enjoys spending her time reading and
writing poetry. Often she brings her writings
into the yoga studio to lead into contemplative
meditation and to share.
She also stays active by hiking, running,
surfing, and biking. Recently, her newfound
love for gardening and farming have taken
her on small adventures. She has lived on
a few farms for work trades the summer of
She has previously taught meditation, vinyasa
and hatha at all levels, as well as hot power
vinyasa and Traditional Hot at Keene Yoga Center.
Her unconditional love for hot yoga was inspired
by a running injury that caused painful bursitis
in her hip. This begain in October of 2014. Many
doctors told her she would be unable to run or
have a deep yoga practice. At times she did find
the unbearable pain to be devastating.
When she went to her first Traditional
Hot class at Keene Yoga Center, it
was the first time since the injury she felt good,
physically and mentally. She returned to hot yoga
several times a week. Danielle thoroughly enjoyed
the heat and the style, which she believes
contributed greatly to her body’s cure.
Eventually, she taught the same classes at
KYC, the classes that helped her. Her practice
has only grown since.
Teaching yoga, of any kind, is truly a dream
come true for Danielle. She loves watching
her students grow in their practice and deepen
their understanding of themselves. By offering
her knowledge to students Danielle sees her
own practice grow.
Instructor Danielle Mulligan comes to be a part
of Yoga By Donation, because she feels it is a yoga
studio and community that gives the students
limitless possibilities. She is excited to guide
a more vigorous vinyasa class at YbD. She
values warming up the entire body to help
the muscles move and stretch. Her belief
is the warmed body goes deeper. Her class
offers a more cardio-type of yoga
workout. Her desire is to help others experience
the beautiful effects of yoga on the body and
mind as one.