Jordana is a committed and enthusiastic yoga and meditation practitioner. Her classes are playful, alignment-focused and invigorating. She is constantly seeking new ways to use art and movement to express, connect and learn.
Jordana graduated from Bard College in New York with a double major in Human Rights and also in Theater/Performance as a director/playwright. She spent the last year traveling around the world with a research fellowship exploring the many ways the concept of home is expressed through art, construction and movement. In addition to learning about the physical crafts that depict “home,” Jordana is interested in how to find home in our bodies; in how the stories we hear about or tell ourselves wind their way into our muscles, skin and bones. This interest led her to study restorative yoga therapy for her 300 hour certification with B.K.S Iyengar trained based teachers at the Kashmir Shaivism School of Yoga in Dharamkot, India. She is trained in how to create sequences for people with a wide range of circumstances – from physical injury to anxiety/depression. She is also an Unnata® Aerial Yoga instructor and a Thai Yoga Massage therapist. Jordana deeply believes that yoga, massage and other alternative healthcare forms should be accessible to all people; she teaches in various location across the city with flexible pricing and dual languages (Spanish-English). For more information on her schedule and projects, check out: JordanaRubenstein.com or Joyvey1317.
Jordana describes her classes as: playful, energetic, alignment focused and challenging.
Jordana’s music: upbeat indie mixes.