Danny Arguetty

Danny Arguetty, MA, E-RYT 500, is the mindfulness manager at the University of Washington, a yoga teacher and trainer, nutrition and life coach, wellness educator, and lover of the environment. He is the author of Nourishing the Teacher: Inquiries, Contemplations & Insights on the Path of Yoga and The 6 Qualities of Consciousness: Practical Insights from the Tantric Tradition of Yoga. Danny is passionate about supporting people and organizations to flourish through science-backed mindfulness, wellness, and leadership education. He has more than a decade’s worth of experience in group facilitation, one-on-one coaching, curriculum development, and experiential teaching.

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Resources

  • Beginner's Mind

    “The beginner’s mind is the mind that faces life like a small child, full of curiosity, wonder, and amazement.” –Anonymous At age 16, when I learned how to...

  • The Art of Dynamic Language

    The language that yoga teachers use supports students in remaining more present to their own internal experience while feeling safe in the outward structure of a given posture.

  • Eco-Yogi: Choosing Green

    Reflecting back on the last 10 years of my life, I smile in sweet remembrance on one particular incident that nudged me on a path I never imagined. In 2000,...

  • Six Keys to Staying Centered in a Vigorous Yoga Class

    How can you play your edge and also stay safe in your body when you find yourself in a more challenging practice? Here are six ways to stay centered when the heat is on.

  • The Sound of Silent Breakfast

    In the early morning hours, when the sun creeps in and the symphonic sounds of nature begin to make themselves heard, there is a special potency in the air.

  • Tantalizing Twists for Vitality and Balance

    Twists are some of the most versatile—and requested—poses in the yoga-posture canon. There are numerous benefits to twisting, which makes it an integral part of a well-rounded asana practice.