Amanda Clark, also known as Amandaconda, is fiercely dedicated to bringing art and movement into the everyday. With an extensive background in gymnastics and ballet, this performance artist sees yoga as a way to increase self awareness, not only on the mat but throughout all of her interactions.
Amanda discovered yoga 15 years ago, and practiced sporadically until she completed her 200 hour Vinyasa Flow training under Jennie Ferrare at Magnolia Fitness, where she dove into self exploration through daily practice. She came to understand that there is always something to learn from teachers and students alike, and above all, appreciates the sense of accountability that comes from showing up for folks and sharing a practice. Amanda infuses a dancerly element into sequencing, finding that there’s always more to nurture and explore in movement. She believes that touches of vulnerability are worthwhile for the sake of acknowledging limits, eventually discovering room for further openness. Amanda seeks to nurture the mind with food for thought throughout the practice, and hopes that you leave the mat feeling grounded, awake and balanced.