Movement and dance have always been part of Randi’s life. She began dancing as a toddler and continued to dance, perform, and choreograph through college and after. She moved to New York City to continue her focus on dance and movement and found that yoga was not only something she loved to practice, but it also helped reduce foot pain she had developed from years of dancing. This “aha” moment inspired her to become a yoga teacher so she could help others cope with physical injuries, mental and emotional struggles, or just find clarity and groundedness after a hectic New York day.  She completed her 200-hour teacher training, as well as a 6-month mentorship program under Cindy Lanzas, at Yoga Vida in Noho, NYC.

Randi’s teaching style largely focuses on helping students find proper alignment before moving deeper into a posture. Her sequences are challenging for students of all levels yet attainable for new students, as she provides variations for many postures. Randi is constantly inspired by the teachers and students she encounters in the New York yoga community.

In addition to teaching yin yoga, Randi teaches open-level power vinyasa classes as well as weekly private clients around the NYC area. Check out her website randiceriniyoga.com for more information on her background, upcoming retreats & events!