Bridget began practicing yoga in 2009 as a path to greater strength, balance, flexibility, and serenity. She tried many styles of yoga, but found a deep connection to Iyengar inspired instruction with its focus on connecting mind, body, and spirit through awareness, alignment, and breathing. Over the years, her practice has grown from one to two days a week to a daily asana and meditation practice. After years of encouragement by her wonderful teachers Nancy Leigh-Smith and Eva Kastel, Bridget earned her 200 hour RYT at Downtown Yoga last year and began teaching soon after. The experience has been so profound and rewarding that she is currently pursuing her 500 hour RYT at Downtown Yoga as well. Bridget credits the transformative power of yoga and meditation for deepening and enriching her pursuit of balance emotionally, physically, and spiritually. She brings all of this into her experience on and off the mat as a seeker, student, teacher, wife, and mother of four sons. She hopes to share the light and joy of yoga in a welcoming and supportive environment in her classes.
Bridget Galli is currently not instructing any classes.