Adam Hocke is a teacher, writer, and mentor empowering his students’ yoga practice and self-care. Through a unique blend of vinyasa flow and restorative yoga, he offers anatomically precise, strong, and accessible classes to physically awaken and renew the body and mind. Adam’s award-winning blog and Yoga with Adam podcast act as a global practice resource center for yogis from over 135 countries and all 50 U.S. states. In London, his beginner courses, weekly classes, and workshops have begun and supported the yoga journeys of thousands of students. Corporate clients have included top banks, creative agencies, law firms, and high-profile technology companies. Adam leads teacher trainings, intensives, and conference sessions developing and inspiring the next generation of yoga practitioners and educators.
As a writer, his work is published on major yoga, wellness, and healthy living websites and social channels including Mind Body Green, YogaDownload, Elephant Journal, and Jason Crandell Yoga. Additionally, Adam is a columnist and cover feature writer for Om Yoga & Lifestyle Magazine. As a speaker, Adam has been broadcast on webinars and interviewed on podcasts across the world.
Adam is a senior student of Jason Crandell, whom he assists on advanced teacher trainings and immersions. He holds a BFA and MA from New York University, where he was awarded the Newington Cropsey Fellowship for emerging artists and scholars.
Each month 10% of Adam’s studio class proceeds are donated to charity.
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I began practicing as a teenager in New York City, adjusting to the stresses of life both in the city and at a demanding arts conservatory. I never had a ‘yoga body’ and the practice was and never has been easy for me. But through the joys and griefs of life, including graduate school, a transatlantic move, and marriage, the practice has been a consistent and supportive companion. I simply cannot function without it! Through my teaching I share what I’ve learned along the way and know to be powerful and true.
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