Danny Arguetty

Danny Arguetty, MA, E-RYT 500, is the mindfulness program manager at the University of Washington, a yoga teacher and trainer, nutrition and health counselor, 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.

Learn more about this presenter’s work:


  • 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 their song, there is an air of potency. In a culture obsessed...

  • 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

    An excerpt from the guide “Dynamic Language and Heart Opening Themes” on Danny Arguetty's website: Nourish Your Light. When we, as teachers, use varied...

  • 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.