Andrea Marcum

I’m a former gymnast originally from Santa Cruz, California. Though I’d have voted myself Least Likely To Be An Entrepreneur, I proudly opened U Studio Yoga in Los Angeles in 2006. I’m big on weaving philosophy into the asana and my recipe includes equal parts sweat and laughter too. Shape, NFL Network, Los Angeles Times, Huff Post and Self have featured me. Oh, and I’ve been called a Rock Star & One of LA’s Best Teachers. (I know…pretty obnoxious.) I love leading the most unassuming newbies to yoga and mindfulness and work with everyone from athletes to executives. I’m an ambassador for lululemon and contribute as a writer to Gaiam, Elephant Journal, Mantra Magazine, Origin and others. You can also find me presenting at yoga festivals like Wanderlust. Though my early childhood aspirations were to be a fairy princess, I’m pretty happy with the way things have turned out.

Metta (maitri in Sanskrit) translates as loving-kindness. It connotes unconditional acceptance and friendship with oneself and an active

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I get it. For years now you’ve been patiently waiting for your single-legged crow to take flight… sigh… Before you dive

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In this flow we’ll weave what we covered in our Crow Is Me tutorial into a longer sequence… in other words you’re going

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Power Play is my response to what regular students here in LA request when they can’t make it to the studio. I get it, you mean
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Wish you were one of those who sits effortlessly in lotus for hours on end… yeah, me too. For those of us Wanna Be Hipsters, this is a

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This strong, straightforward flow from Andrea Marcum will have you reaching for your towel, but it also just might have you reaching a li

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Rudy often describes himself as “obsessed” with yoga and it is clearly evident in his teaching. Utilizing his experiences both on and off the mat, he inspires students to challenge their perceived boundaries while respecting their limitations. As he guides students within the class, he carefully breaks down each movement, finding myopic muscle and energetic actions to achieve the most.
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