About

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Jenna Pacelli is a Yoga Teacher and a Board-Certified Holistic Health Coach in San Francisco and throughout the Bay Area, with clients connected both in person and long distance.

Her teachings in yoga are deeply influenced by her esteemed teachers, whom she has had the pleasure of learning from directly. Jenna learned the practice of Dharma Yoga from Sri Dharma Mittra and Melissa Capezzuto. Other influences and teachers include Vipassana meditation from S.N. Goenka, Integral Yoga from Sri Aurobindo and the Mother, and Hatha Yoga from Saul David Raye. She received her training to be a Holistic Health Coach from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.

As a teacher, lecturer, and coach, Jenna guides her students and clients utilizing the Eight Limbs of Yoga as a comprehensive lens with a strong emphasis on the yamas and niyamas. Jenna is known for her joyful, devotional and disciplined teaching style, which she has carried across the world, including Aurovalley Ashram in the foothills of the Himalayas in India, and various locations throughout Utah and California.

Jenna believes that when grounded in a healthy, whole foods diet, we create a ripple effect that improves the rest of our lives. This foundation allows us to practice the yoga of life: becoming kinder, more compassionate beings with equanimity of mind, allowing us to gracefully weather the storms inherent to being human. She infuses ancient yogic wisdom into all she does, helping her clients achieve radiant health and develop themselves spiritually.

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1 thought on “About”

  1. Your pretty, Jenna 🙂

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