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Balance. Harmony. Flow.

Dani(Vani) offers Sattva Vinyasa Teacher Trainings, Workshops, Private Sessions, and Birth Support infused with the essence of Ayurveda and Tantra Yoga.

The Dharma

Sattva Vinyasa®

Sattva Vinyasa is the intelligence of practice. Much of our vinyasa practice in the west is drying and rajasic(over stimulating) to our nervous system, and many times we we are learning a style of yoga that has worked well for that instructor. Sattva Vinyasa looks at movement as nutrition and under the lens of a yoga therapist studying repetitive stress injuries from habitual patterns, both physical, mental and emotional.

Let us explore our personal practice on a multi-dimensional level of holistic movement. Vani will guide you through elemental Prana Vinyasa sequences inspired by her asana teachers Shiva Rea and Richard Freeman, infused with the somatics of her yoga therapy experience and the timing of Ayurveda. Sattva Vinyasa teachers, with over 300 hours of therapeutic training are trained to address the body mind in  igniting and holding space for transformation.

Solar and lunar classes are both challenging and life giving. Each session will cultivate a deeper awareness of dharma, intuition, and embodiment of the net of kindness our practice is placed upon. In Sattva Vinyasa we explore the ancient teaching of Yoga, Tantra, Ayurveda, and Intelligent Movement Nutrition from Vinyasa Krama, within a community that meets you where you are in this moment.

Practice is Poetry. Life is Practice.

Explore a personal sadhana for creating, sustaining, and deepening every aspect of connection to ourselves and the world.

The Daily Practice DVD has arrived!

Sattva Vinyasa®

Sattva Vinyasa Daily Practice CD Baby Format-2 copy

“Dani offers a flowing practice to great music integrating the flowing pulsations, body vinyasas, and rhythmic sequencing of Prana Vinyasa with her own beautiful embodiment, voice and emanation of sattva-the regenerative vinyasa-that is dynamic strength and meditative peace. All levels will enjoy her skillful offering to a soulful music that is reflection of the practice offered at her holistic Pranayoga School of Yoga and Holistic Healthto support the life-force-prana within all.”-Shiva Rea, Creator of Prana Vinyasa

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The Yogini

Dani(Vani) McGuire
Dani(Vani) McGuireSoulful Flow. Radiant Living

Dani McGuire(aka Vani) has practiced yoga since 1995. She speaks many languages of yoga fluently, to meet students where they are. Having studied Classical Yoga, Tantra, and Ayurveda, her teaching is an alchemy of eastern philosophy and modern living. As a practicioner of the Ashtanga and Prana Vinyasa methods for 2 decades and viewing them from the lense of yoga therapy, she created Sattva Vinyasa(TM) method. Sattva Vinyasa, the regenerative flow, is movement therapy. Utilizing her knowledge in working with vinyasa flow practicioners, athletes, and dancers to prevent and repair repetitive stress injuries through intelligent movement.

She is also founder of pranayoga foundation, which provides adaptive yoga classes to people with cancer and chronic illnesses and pain. Vani has been working as a yoga therapist since 2007, registered with the IAYT, and provides a diploma program for yoga therapy at her home base, Pranayoga Institute, in Fort Wayne IN, currently training other yoga therapists.

Using both life and practice as a way of inspiring self awakening, love, and devotion, Vani is author of several sattva vinyasa dvds, and specialized dvds for pregnancy and adaptive yoga for cancer. the full library is available on her website at She is a columnist for, and currently writing her first book to be published in 2016. Dani leads sattva vinyasa and sattva therapy teacher trainings and workshops around the world.

  • Teacher
  • Yoga Therapist
  • Ayurvedic Health Educator
  • Doula(birth, life, death)
  • E-RYT500
  • IAYT

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