Linda Rotunno Linda Rotunno began to practice yoga after experiencing running injuries and stress fractures due to osteoporosis. She admits that her first yoga experiences involved following the video practices of Rodney Yee and Baron Baptiste. Always attracted to the power of the body, Linda enjoyed learning the body, breath, and mind techniques that tapped into her inner strength and energy. It was her daughter's encouragement and her experience practicing with a few outstanding yoga instructors that led Linda to enroll in the 2004 Moksha Teacher Training program with Daren Friesen. Having worked as a junior high school teacher for seven years and a retirement plan administrator/manager/paralegal for twenty-four years, Linda transfers many of her acquired experiences to her yoga 'classroom.' She continues to study a never-ending source of materials to enrich her own and her students' practices. Creating new and challenging sequences to keep the students engaged and interested is one of her goals. While appreciating the knowledge gained in her undergraduate and graduate studies (Loyola M.B.A.), Linda feels that she is only now beginning to learn a science that she feels passionate about. Linda has practiced with and been inspired by several Master Teachers including Ana Forrest and Andrey Lappa. She continues to learn from Tias Little, Aadil Palkhivala, Jim Bennitt and many senior Moksha teachers (where she taught for several years) in workshops and teacher trainings. Linda seeks to teach a practice that creates presence, energy, and power with grace.