About Nubia Teixeira
Yogini, teacher, dancer, healer & author, I was born in Brazil and have been practicing and teaching traditional yoga and classical Indian Odissi dance for almost 30 years.
I am the author of the book Yoga and The Art of Mudras and of the instructional CD, Pranayama: May Breath Be Our Prayer.
As founder of the Bhakti Nova School of Yoga and Dance, I lead classes, workshops, and teacher-trainings internationally, independently, and in collaboration with my husband, kirtan artist Jai Uttal. I live in Fairfax, California, with Jai and our son, Ezra. I perceive Yoga as a healing art, my connection to this ancient practice is reflected in my unique teachings.
Serving humanity with a healthy physical body, with a clear mind and an altruistic heart is critically essential now. Let us via this beautiful vehicle of our bodies, bring more light, more love, more devotion, more kindness to the world.
Author of Yoga and the Art of Mudras
Yoga and the Art of Mudras is a guided journey into the alchemy of asana (yoga pose) and mudra (symbolic hand gesture). Brazilian-born yogini, dancer, and author Nubia Teixeira has been practicing and teaching traditional yoga and classical Indian Odissi dance for over twenty-six years. In this book, she fuses her passion for yoga and dance with her love for bhakti (devotion). In so doing, she has created a unique and contemporary yoga system that encompasses all three healing arts.Learn more about Yoga and the Art of Mudras
What people are saying...
“Nubia Teixeira’s offerings bring the inner art of mudras from Odissi Temple Dance into a fully embodied, pioneering expression. Steeped in her lifelong experience of the Bhakti and Hatha Yoga traditions, Nubia has created a truly classic mudra book to treasure and draw from for the rest of your life. Blessings to Nubia and to all who are awakened by this extraordinary gift.”
~ Shiva Rea, Yoga Visionary and Author of Tending the Heart Fire
Nubia’s classes are a piece of art interweaving her vast knowledge and mastery of asana, mudras, mantras and pranayama into an hour long journey of heartfelt flow and song. She is a gifted teacher whose authenticity and joy light up the way as she guides her students with her gift of song, hands on adjustments and her playful and devotional approach to her teachings. I am proud to call her my teacher and mentor.”
~ Naia Maro, Artist & Yoga Teacher