AMANDA HARDING is proud to be the owner of Prema Yoga Brooklyn, where she teaches weekly Vinyasa flow classes as well as private/corporate clients across NYC & Los Angeles. She is the creator of a program 'Yoga on Set' which provides weekly yoga/meditation sessions to the cast and crews of NY based film and television shoots. Currently one of Lululemon's Brooklyn Ambassadors, she has been featured in Vogue, Origin & Mantra Magazine and holds yearly sold out retreats to such locales as the barn upstate (her own retreat center in Chatham, NY), Tulum, Costa Rica, Morocco, Peru, Australia and more.  Amanda teaches an Ashtanga-influenced vigorous yet mindful and creative class incorporating the fluidity of movement and music/chanting with heavy emphasis on alignment, breath, patience and fun. She has witnessed in her own life how creating spaciousness in her body, mind and heart and truly 'walking the walk' with humility has immensely impacted her relationship with herself and others.  Her wish is to impart to her students the many gifts she has received through her ongoing practice and studies – a greater sense of authenticity, inner peace, strength, compassion and, most of all, service to others.

Her initiative, The Hummingbirds,  is a group dedicated to serving vulnerable local populations in and around Brooklyn. She is also co-writing Recipes for a Divine Life - a heart book of yoga, food, prayers and photography.

She lives in Brooklyn with her husband, 2 amazing daughters and menagerie of rescue pets.


Privates - Corporate - Workshops - Trainings - Retreats 

Amanda possesses all the qualities I look for in a teacher—warmth, knowledge, encouragement and strength. Her classes are incredibly invigorating...I never want to miss them.
— Naomi Watts
To disseminate the authentic teachings of yoga you don’t merely need a good yoga practice, you need to live the life of a Yogi. This is why Amanda has such dedicated students as they’ve been touched by her deep realizations and heard of her evolution, and it inspires faith and hope for their own transformation.
— Raghunath
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photo credit:  Mackenzie Stroh, jill futter & cyrus marshall