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Dianna first began her study of yoga with an Iyengar based teacher in Michigan. Later she explored other styles such as Integral Yoga and Bikram's Yoga.

It was her interest in diverse styles that led her to White Lotus Foundation, one of the finest and most established schools of Yogic thought and practice. The White Lotus Foundation was founded in Santa Barbara, California in 1967. Master teachers, Ganga White and Tracey Rich are known for their non-dogmatic approach which builds on the best of the traditions but inspires freedom and contemporary insight.

After becoming certified and establishing her own studio in Coupeville in 2005, Dianna continues her studies. She has completed a course at the Salt Spring Centre for Yoga at the Intermediate level and a course on Therapeutic Yoga by Cross Country Education. Dianna attended the Yoga Journal San Francisco Conference in January 2009 and took classes with some of her favorite master teachers: Judith Hanson Lassiter for restorative techniques and Shiva Rea and Seane Corn for more vinyasa techniques. She attended the Cannon Beach Yoga Conference in 2011 and had the great pleasure to attend classes taught by the internationally renowned Alan Finger, known for his chakra yoga. In November of 2013 she took a workshop with Desiree Rumbaugh in Bellingham, WA. Desiree is known for her work, Yoga to the Rescue. Just this summer Dianna attended a workshop on the neck and shoulders in Port Townsend at the Madrona Institute.  In addition, she regularly attends diverse workshops (recently a back pain and sciatica workshop)and conferences to further her knowledge about her passion, yoga.

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