Taraneh Sarrafzadeh
Yoga teacher and Wellness Facilitator
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Taraneh Sarrafzadeh is a yoga teacher and wellness facilitator who specializes in adapting yoga & mindfulness practices to a wide and diverse array of groups. From community-centered classes, to working with corporate groups, Taraneh's intuitive style centers the needs of the people she is working with first. Taraneh has studied a wide range of yoga styles, Vinyasa, Hatha, and Kundalini and completed trainings in Trauma-Informed Yoga, The Subtle Body, Yoga & Social Justice, and Yoga in Action's Leadership Intensive. The teachers who have most influenced her include Noell Clark, Mark Tanaka, Seane Corn, Charanpal Kaur, Alejandro Rivas, Tias Little, and more. As a community organizer, Taraneh is committed to equity, compassionate action, and nonviolence in her work and is always evolving her creative leadership style. In 2017-2018 Taraneh was grateful to participate as a Creative Community Fellow in UPenn's National Art Strategies fellowship. Currently, Taraneh is a fellow in San Jose's Multicultural Arts Leadership Institute Class 11. Taraneh leads workshops on a wide array of topics from Self-Care to Creative Leadership.

Ms. Sarrafzadeh believes “Without inner change there can be no outer change. Without collective change, no change matters.”