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Chloe Diamond-Lenow

Chloe Diamond-Lenow (she/they) Ph.D., RYT-500, E-RYT 200, YACEP, has taught yoga since 2013. Her classes are based in vinyasa and yin techniques with emphasis on linking breath to movement, mind to body, and heart to intention. She specializes in offering flowy soulful vinyasa classes suitable for most students with enough layers to push advanced practitioners to continue to grow their practices, as well as juicy yin and restorative classes accessible for all bodies that invite softening, exploration, and healing. Their classes inspire their students to bring their whole selves to their classes—hearts, roots, shadows, and dreams—and leave with a deeper connection—inside and out.  Chloe has also led multiple teacher trainings throughout the United States, including for CorePower Yoga and Duluth Yoga. She loves teaching other teachers as a constant student and teacher.


Chloe’s passions are in movement and social justice, and they meld the two in creating healing yoga classes. She studied classical ballet at Boston Ballet growing up and brings her passion and love for movement, dance, and choreography to her flow classes.  Chloe has a Ph.D. in Feminist Studies from the University of California, an MSc in Gender Studies from the London School of Economics, and a B.A. in the Study of Women and Gender from Smith College. She is currently an Assistant Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies at SUNY Oneonta. Chloe encourages her students to use their practice as nutrients for radical tenderness—a form of approach that honors the legacies of trauma we all inherit and the possibilities we hold to grow together through vulnerability. Their research on yoga is published in the Journal of Race and Yoga.


Trainings and Certifications:

RYT-200 Power Yoga, CorePower Yoga, Santa Barbara CA, 2013

Hot Power Fusion, CorePower Yoga, Santa Barbara CA, 2014

Yin Yoga, Torrey Trover Yoga, Santa Barbara CA, 2015

RYT-500 Janet Stone Yoga (in progress), the Stone Yoga School, San Francisco CA, 2021

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“The body is my temple, asanas are my prayers.” B.K.S. Iyengar 


“Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation. And that is an act of political warfare.” Audre Lorde

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