Ally Perleoni is a certified RYT-200 Power Yoga instructor, having completed an intensive 200-hour teacher training program with Mimi Rieger. After completing the program she was so energized that she knew she wanted to start teaching as soon as possible.
Ally is primarily a power flow vinyasa teacher. Her teaching style is fluid and thoughtful. She likes to provide her students strong flows focused on alignment and transitions between the shapes. She wants to ensure that her students feel connected to their bodies and that they can reach the “moving meditation” part of yoga. She loves the feeling of building up to a strong sequence by introducing new shapes into a series of postures and watching students explore their edge through new transitions.
If you’re new to yoga, Ally recommends that you listen to your body, and don’t compare yourself to others. “Yoga is a practice that takes time. All of the poses aren’t likely to come at once, and that’s okay!” she says. Remember that when a teacher gives you options, they are more than happy to have you take those options and ensure that what you’re doing feels good in your body.
In addition to her love for teaching yoga, Ally also enjoys running outside in DC and is currently renovating her rowhouse alongside her husband. Follower her on Instagram @allyperl!