"At the intersection of movement and stillness, we find ourselves."

Marisa is currently offering a schedule of both in-person and online yoga classes for those looking to tend to their physical, mental, and emotional well-being.

Weekly class schedule (All times US ET):


10:10am Yoga for Dancers at Peridance Center (75 minutes)

7:15pm Foundations at hOMe Yoga (60 minutes)


12:30pm All-levels Flow at hOMe Yoga (60 minutes)

6pm Virtual Yoga via Zoom (60 minutes)

[Receive Zoom link by sending a donation via Venmo @ MarisaEMartin by 5pm on the day of class. Pay what you can / $15 suggested. Please include your email address in the notes. Recordings are available after for those who can't make it live.]


7:15pm Restorative at hOMe Yoga (60 minutes)


11:30am Yoga for Dancers at Peridance Center (90 minutes)

6pm All-levels Flow at hOMe Yoga (60 minutes)


10am Virtual Flow via Yoga Vida Online (45 minutes)

Everyone is welcome! Sign up for studio classes through studio links.

Yoga Teacher Training: Marisa is proud to be on the teaching staff for Yoga Vida's 200-hour Teacher Training Program. Find more information here.

Personalized private sessions for individuals or groups. Marisa is fully vaccinated and is now offering private sessions in-person or over Zoom. Email or visit the Contact page for inquiries.

On-demand classes:

-Feel Good Slow Flow on IGTV @MarisaMartin_

**Donations gratefully accepted via or

-Large variety of classes available via Yoga Vida On Demand

-Basics Flow on Yoga Vida Youtube

-All-levels flow on JETSWEAT Fitness 

CLASSES: Marisa’s teaching has been described as intuitive, compassionate, creative, and intelligent. She seeks to create an environment that is supportive, warm, and welcoming to all. Marisa’s priority is to be fully present with her students in order to remain open to the opportunities of any given moment. Classes are taught at a moderate pace to allow for mindfulness and depth of understanding coupled with the joy of flowing movement. Her teaching is rooted in Vinyasa - linking breath to movement - and often includes elements of pranayama (breathwork), meditation, anatomy, yoga philosophy, Iyengar yoga, restorative yoga, and self-massage. Options, modifications, and personalized feedback are offered to help individuals choose what suits their own needs on any given day. All are encouraged to explore, trust that they are their own best teachers, and revel in the practices of self-study, self-healing, and self-love. Her students report a large variety of physical benefits, including improved ease and breadth of movement, strength, and stamina, as well as a greater sense of calm, grounding, and mental clarity in their daily lives. Marisa teaches with the belief that our practice, whether new or long-established, can be used as an opportunity to look deeply inwards and, in turn, move out into the world leading from a more centered, compassionate place. 

ABOUT: Marisa currently teaches at hOMe Yoga, Yoga Vida, and Peridance Center and sees private clients in the New York City area. She is also proud to be part of Yoga Vida's 200-hour Teacher Training faculty. With a specialty in Yoga for Dancers, she has taught a large range of ages at many dance studios and training programs. Most notably, she has been a guest teacher at Seed Dance Center in Taiwan and at the residence of the esteemed Juilliard School. She received her 200-hour Vinyasa certification from Yoga Vida and completed a five-month mentorship program under the guidance of her teacher and mentor, Nathan Lowry. She went on to continue her studies focusing on Trauma Sensitivity (Annie Piper), Restorative Yoga (Abby Paloma), and the fundamentals of Iyengar Yoga (Nikki Costello). She is further informed by her BFA in Dance from Fordham University/The Alvin Ailey School and long-time dance career. Marisa draws inspiration from her students, teachers, peers, and self-practice and is committed to remaining a lifelong student.