Trina Hall, E-RYT, is a certified yoga and meditation instructor who has taught over 4,000 classes.  She creates multi-faceted experiences for her students drawing from many disciplines including mindful meditation, yin, Iyengar, hatha, vinyasa and restorative.  Trina is known for her voice and her authentic, creative teaching.  Each class is an exploration of the mind, using the body as an access point, featuring music from all genres and periods.

Trina believes that creativity, yoga, and mindfulness are conduits for self-knowledge, self-awareness, and happiness. She has developed a relationship with energy on the yoga mat and feels a deep responsibility to be a perpetual student.

In 2010, Trina created and co-founded Advanced Yoga Studies, where she educated yoga and meditation teachers at the 200-hour level using principles of the creative process.  In 2012, she co-created The Mat 300 which certified teachers at the 500-hour level. As a teacher of teachers, Trina’s passion is guiding people to find their authentic voice.

Trina taught and lectured at The University of Dallas, El Centro College, Eastfield College, and was a yoga teacher-in-residency at The Crow Collection of Asian Art.  She’s been featured in The Huffington Post, on Good Morning America, and her oil paintings have hung in The Dallas Museum of Art.

In 2016, she moved to New York City.  In her spare time you can find her there, listening to live jazz, writing, painting, taking photos, and fantasizing about chips and salsa.  One day, she hopes to win an Academy Award so she can thank manchego cheese for changing her life.  Trina is a native Texan whose family founded The City of Dallas.


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