Arielle Miller Cohen is a 200-hour Registered Yoga Teacher and Lifestylist in the Greater Los Angeles area. She holds additional certifications in Buti and Street yoga, as well as Schwinn Indoor Cycling. As a life long lover of health and wellness and former collegiate athlete, Arielle was determined to bring the transformative powers of fitness to the world while inspiring people to cultivate the whole-self from the inside out. An avid reader and lover of words, Arielle is an active blogger and writer. She believes strongly that the cathartic energy of physical movement can enact great positive changes in people’s lives. Arielle aims to bring people together and form community through her dynamic yoga classes and dexterity with the pen (oops, keyboard).
Simply known by many as “The Girl with Purple Hair”, Arielle’s classes are challenging, creative, and set to awesome playlists. Arielle’s no excuses approach to living life and embracing obstacles inspires participants to live purposely and always dare to be greater than they were the day before.
A compassionate but also firm presence needed to help elevate people to see their truest potential; Arielle utilizes her training as a veteran public school teacher with a Master’s Degree in Leadership. Whether you are looking to shake up your life and over haul it, or just get in an extra cardio session—Arielle can help guide you towards whatever it is you are striving to achieve; her goal is to help people transcend what they thought was possible by looking inward so that they may shine outward!
There have been a lot of things going on in my life, your life, and well; everyone’s life. So, when things beyond the political climate, World Cup, and life are already out of balance; how do you cope when your body is also out of balance? I know for me, it kind of seems like […]
I have been spending a lot of time thinking about my work as a public educator. This recent introspection has been brought on but the fact that currently I am mentoring a student teacher. And it wasn’t until these last few months in working with him that I had a new reverence for my profession. […]
It’s the New Year so you’ve committed to a “New You”. You have bought yourself new kicks, snagged a new gym membership, and you are ready to re-invent yourself in 2018. Whoohoo! Well, here’s my problem with this whole “New You” business. This concept suggests that the person you were in 2017 wasn’t good enough […]