Alex Dawson
Alex Dawson
Founder of Breath without Borders, Alex is inspired by the ancient wisdom of yoga, the vitally of a physical practice and how our breath is in fact ‘borderless.’ It is the touchstone of every yoga practice, the seed of our soul and the unifying factor for all of humanity. Her passion in teaching plays out through the use of mantra and music (live and recorded) as a part of the yoga practice. Through the use of sound vibration, Alex guides her students to connect to the moment and into a ‘sound’ body. 
Alex began teaching yoga in 2002 for Kathleen Turner and the cast of ‘The Graduate’ on Broadway in NYC. Over the years, she has had many inspirations in her teachers including Mark Whitwell, Schuyler Grant, Tony Khalife and mostly really — her students. For Alex, teaching is listening. The question she is always trying to answer in her teaching is ‘how do we go from a fragmented state to one that is embodied, connected and united?’ Her classes tend to leave you feeling inspired and yet calm. There is a real transformation in her classes — a return to the Flow State, reconnecting us to our essential vital nature. She sees yoga as a healing science and brings in crystal quartz alchemy bowls to savanna, reiki in her touch, and chanting to awaken the spirit of the heart. 

Alex has led retreats worldwide (Bali, Sicily, Mexico, Hawaii, California) and taught at numerous Wanderlust Festivals. She recently released an EP titled ‘Om Mani Padme Hum’ on Spotify and Apple Music. Off the mat, Alex starred in the New York Times featured web series 'Namaste, Bitches.' She was featured on the cover of french Canadian magazine, ‘Yoga Mondo’ and has written articles for VoyageATL. Alex is an Atlanta native and you can find her in Los Angeles at Equinox and Wanderlust or on instagram @alexdawsonyoga
Alex Dawson
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