Dennis Teston

New York, NY
United States
Average: 5.0 of 5 stars

2 Reviews

I guide a challenging and fun vinyasa-style class incorporating intelligent sequencing, hands-on adjustments, and posture modifications to ensure everyone leaves feeling successful. I encourage students to integrate the gentle shifts that occur on their mats with the outside world. In addition to my adult classes listed below, I guide classes through The Lineage Project, bringing awareness practices to at-risk teens and young adults.

Current Schedule (2/16/18)

I'm at NY Loves Yoga, New York Health and Racquet Clubs, and Brooklyn Yoga Project.

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I offer 75 minute private, semi-private, and corporate sessions tailored to your needs. Please message me for details.

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Average: 5.0 of 5 stars

2 Reviews

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Demonstrates More
Explains More
Very Friendly
More Hands off
Frequent Adjustments
New Teacher
Very Experienced
On the Wild Side
Safety Oriented
Body Focused
Very Spiritual


Average: 5.0 of 5 stars
Great teacher!

Dennis is mindful of the strengths and weaknesses of each individual in his class and has a wonderful way of creating an inclusive environment that is challenging but not intimidating. I've been doing yoga on and off for years, but have been mostly self taught. I had taken several classes with Dennis and decided to enroll in a beginners class he offered, as I felt the need to truly re-learn the basics.


Dennis skillfully teaches us the poses, and also asks us to consider how the struggles on the mat can shed some light on how we deal with things in our everyday lives. Very inspiring. And Dennis has a good sense of humor (a bit irreverent at times) which makes class a lot of fun. If local, or in town, highly recommend you drop in for a class.

Average: 5.0 of 5 stars
highly recommended

I've taken his classes for over two years now: both a beginner workshop and the regular classes. He encourages one to work at one's own pace but at the same time to explore and expand one's capabilities into new poses. It's a wonderful balance between "body focused" and "very spiritual" with the later emphasis on bringing the good stuff into the rest of our lives.