Want to deepen your practice, refine your poses, and discover how to live your life with more wisdom?

Spring into your healthiest, most grounded self at Yoga Journal LIVE New York! It’s four days of innovative yoga classes, workshops, and trainings led by the world’s most renowned teachers.

Plus, join free community classes, shop yoga styles and gear, and sample healthy foods in the FREE Sangha Space and Yoga Market.

Whether you are dropping by for a quick flow, a serious student of yoga, or seeking to fine-tune your teaching skills, you will find a session that speaks to you.


Elena Brower, Coral Brown, Kathryn Budig, Seane Corn, Jason Crandell, Maty Ezraty, Alan Finger, Sarah Finger, Bo Forbes, Richard Freeman, Amy Ippoliti, Giselle Mari, Dharma Mittra, Aadil Palkhivala, Shiva Rea, Rod Stryker, Colleen Saidman Yee and Rodney Yee.

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Ellen Patrick

Ellen Patrick, E-RYT 500 and certified Yoga Therapist, is also the founder of Breathe Salt Rooms. She began her yoga journey over 30 years ago when a back injury sidelined her aspiring Broadway dance career. For many years thereafter, she turned to yoga to keep her mind, body and spirit healthy, while navigating a career in the corporate world. Fed up with this unfulfilling life, she became a certified yoga teacher in 2000. Since then, Ellen has graduated from 3 different teacher training programs, and subsequently chose to pursue the field of Yoga Therapy. After 10 years of training and further studies with Gary Kraftsow, she became a certified Yoga Therapist in the Viniyoga tradition of Krishnamacharya, in 2011. For 12 years, Ellen owned and directed The Yoga Sanctuary in Mamaroneck, NY. During this time she developed a unique style of teaching asana that incorporates Vinyasa with therapeutic applications. She believes that asana is meant to serve individual students and not the other way around. Asanas are tools for students to adapt to serve their specific needs. She feels it is her job, as teacher, to help her students understand their needs and then demonstrate how a yoga practice can bring balance and healing to each individual. Ellen currently dedicates much of her time working with special needs and underserved populations. She works with Veterans, Cancer patients, Teens in Foster Care and Alzheimers’ patients, dividing her time between New York City and Boca Raton, Florida.

My Speakers Sessions

Friday, April 21