Hannah Trowell is a yoga teacher and performer based in Atlanta, Georgia. Her life revolves around experimenting with movement in all forms and sharing her discoveries through teaching. She began yoga after a major dance injury left her hopeless and without an outlet of physical expression. Through journaling, meditation, and movement she completely healed her body and established self-love practices to keep life sustainable. She continues to learn from the practice of yoga and hearing others stories. She spent a large portion of her life shrinking her physical presence trying to conform into society’s “perfect body.” Through yoga she has found a place of self acceptance, and continues to pursue positive self image on a daily basis. She loves yoga because of how much SPACE one learns to take up. She believes that yoga is a form of moving mindfulness and that yoga can be SO many different things as long as it involves intention and surrender.
Hannah’s background is mainly in accessible and trauma-informed yoga. She has taught in jail to women along with classes of over 50 senior citizens. She loves reminding the communities around her that EVERYONE can do yoga and that you can always find shapes that suit your body. Though her outlets of movement and creativity have varied in her lifetime, she has always had a yearning to follow in the footsteps of other amazing, strong, brave women.
Hannah can be seen teaching at YogaWorks in Atlanta. Follow her on Instagram @hannahtyoga to stay updated with her new adventures.