Richard is a Canadian kinesiologist who is currently based in France.  He has been certified to teach group fitness since 2005. What started as a ‘jobby’ in his local community center soon became a full-time career in 2011. He has since traveled to and trained fitness instructors in over 56 countries.

He integrated yoga into his personal routine as a way to heal his body, unwind his mind and socialize with others. His teaching style combines the traditions of his Ashtanga-Vinyasa certification (RYT-200) with the trending elements of modern mobility to create fun and effective classes. His ultimate goal is to get you moving, sweating and smiling.

Born in Turin (Italy) Daniele is a dancer, acrobat and aerialist who has worked with the most famous companies around the world. He currently lives in France.
After a knee injury in 2014, he developed a deep, personal interest in Yoga. 

E-RYT since 2018, his teaching is rooted in Ashtanga and Dharma traditions, combining Bikram and Yin influences. Strength and flexibility are the focal points of his practice and teaching style.

He has practiced different styles of Yoga in London, New York, Bali, Stuttgart, Marseille, Miami, Bologna and Turin, with internationally renowned teachers.
Above else, Daniele believes that Yoga is the tool for cultivating UNION between mind, body, and soul in order to uncover the true nature of each human being.


Jeremy began practicing yoga in 2000 and continues to develop his yoga practice in tandem with his dance career. He completed his 200-hour teacher training in 2008 at Global Yoga Center in Chicago and his 300-hour teacher training in Rishikesh, India in 2013.
His teaching philosophy, deeply rooted in the ancient texts, takes an interdisciplinary approach to yoga. The vigorous physical practice builds on Iyengar alignment principles and fluidly integrates information from modern somatic systems for a holistic mind-body experience.
He promotes safe movement with kinesiological cues and provides modifications throughout class as needed.

In 2014, he completed his M.F.A. in Dance at the University of Iowa and is currently an assistant professor at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan. In addition to teaching dance and yoga, his creative research explores cultural sensitive pedagogy in dance. His mission is to provide equitable accesses to movement for all bodies.​

Victor is the founder of NWY, and has only ever worked with men in his entire yoga career since 2004. He has a fine understanding of the male physique and its capabilities. He began his studies at the Astanga Institute in Rome, Italy, and after he became a teacher, he moved to LA where he discovered a small group of guys who were practicing together naked in an apartment. Victor helped that group grow as studio assistant and instructor, and soon they were holding multiple classes a week in three studios across greater LA. When the opportunity came to be the leader of  Naked Yoga Los Angeles, he took it, and was soon leading guys on retreats from northern California to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. He is married to and business partners with his awesome husband Christopher, who is a Naked Warrior himself!


His class style ranges from restorative/yin, and vinyasa, and will always focus on proper breathing and alignment. His goal is to share with this unique community the powers of yoga: uniting body, mind, and spirit in a way that can only be shared by naked men together.

Domingo  will be taking time off in February 2021 .

lives in Santiago, Chile. He discovered yoga when he was 14 years old, and now with more than 15 years of practice and teaching, you can tell his passion is yoga. He is a Reiki Usui therapist, Coach and a personal trainer. Plus, he also studied architecture! He loves to workout lifting weights and taking indoor cycling classes.
He also did horse back riding and he loves to spend his time at the beach.

Over the years, Domingo has studied different yoga methods: Hatha, Vinyasa, Surya Flow, Vinyasa Flow and Prana Flow.

“I love to share the practice, share new experiences to all the students letting them hear the sound, the rhythm, of their own sacred nature.”