Narin has been practicing yoga for over ten years and teaching since 2004. Her practice and training encompasses a range of styles, including Iyengar, Kripalu, Vinyasa, and most recently Purna yoga.
Grounded in a therapeutic, alignment-based approach, Narin’s classes reflect her focus upon posture and alignment detail while combining a sense of fluid breath and movement.
She emphasizes the role of yoga as a complete holistic method that includes the study of nutrition, meditation, and pranayama. Narin incorporates her practice and teaching of yoga with a career as a college professor.
She teaches literary and cultural studies at Georgia Tech, and one of her current projects involves researching the cultural and historical roots of yoga in its migration to the West.