Born on the island of Trinidad & Tobago, Troy Hadeed teaches, practices, and lives yoga to the best of his ability on his home island. He aspires to aid his students on their journey of self-realization and empowerment through breath, alignment, fun, and the courage to go deeper. Believing that our practice on the mat is a direct representation of our daily lives in every way, Hadeed has been trying to live yoga long before he was ever introduced to the asana practice. Originally trained as a Moksha yoga teacher under the guidance of Ted Grand and Jess Robertson, Troy Hadeed has since studied with Ryan Leier, Baron Baptiste, Seane Corn, and Eugene & Jesse Poku. In an effort to change the world, he has brought his dedication and focus onto his mat and into his teaching. Whether a simple beginners practice, foundations, or intense advanced transitions, Hadeed aims to offer his students an avenue to connect with mindfulness, their body, the GOD of their own understanding, & LOVE. Troy Hadeed he encourages practitioners to begin with themselves, on their mat. How can we have a world that is at peace and harmony if the individuals that make up that world cannot find that within themselves. Through the cultivation of relationship and mindfulness we eventually come to realize the Sacred and Divine in everything, beginning with Self.