David has drawn inspiration from the styles of his two original teachers, Holiday Johnson and Bill Counter. David’s work has also been heavily influenced by Ideokinesis pioneer Mabel Todd, the Periodization theories of Tudor Bompa, the yogic discipline of Yoga 23 founder Andrei Sidersky, and the Tibetan approach to meditation under the guidance of his guru, Harvard University Buddhist Chaplain Khenpo Lama Migmar Tseten Rinpoche.
Since founding PranaVayu Yoga, David has received a number of accolades in the press with mentions in the Wall Street Journal, Self Magazine, Women’s Health and many other publications. In addition to teaching PranaVayu classes, workshops and trainings worldwide, David regularly contributes to the Huffington Post Healthy Living section, serves as a faculty member at the Kripalu center for health in Lennox MA, and teaches Mangalam Yantra Yoga to qualified students under the guidance Khenpo Lama Migmar Tseten.
Who needs a gym when we have access to this all star fitness workout on demand? Magone’s Studio has been rated as one of the top 25 studios around the world, and it shows in his stellar instruction.
— Prevention Magazine
Tops is David Magone, a laid-back yogi with a massive Boston following. The founder of PranaVayu, his style is influenced by multiple schools of yoga, but the result is totally unique. You’ll find a fair amount of flow and alignment work, but the calling card is the deep meditation at the end… If you yoga in Boston, make sure to check him out!