is an NYC-based yoga teacher who has led sought-after retreats, trainings, kirtan and workshops around the world since 2007. A tireless explorer, Miles has studied many lineages extensively: Bhakti, Forrest, Parayoga, Om Yoga, Iyengar, Ashtanga. Over the years, these influences converged to create a unique hybrid style of teaching that is dynamic, creative, and soulful. The physical athleticism that first drew him to the mat has since inspired deeper inquiries in anatomy, as well as cranio-sacral therapy and osteopathic techniques, delving into the equally magnificent subtle body and our more mystical selves.
As a teacher, Miles is whip-smart, wonderfully skilled, compassionate and intuitive. He understands technique from the depth of his own practice and is able to articulate it simply and clearly, making it readily accessible to his students. His nuanced and powerful insights stay with you past the duration of his classes. And his chants will crack your heart wide open. His love of people is infectious and has translated into building a thriving community and creating inclusive spaces for all. As a Latinx, LGBTQ+ trans advocate, his hope is to leave the world a bit better than he found it.
Miles has taught for many of NYC’s premier yoga studios including Om Yoga, the Kula Yoga Project and Pure Yoga and is currently teaching online with a few in person pop-up classes. He has also written a blog since 2012 about how the rubber of yoga hits the road of his life and has contributed to publications such as Mantra, Om Yoga, Embodied Philosophy, Yoga City NYC, Om Stars and Yoga Anytime. He is also featured in THE YOGA BODIES book. You can find his classes on Apps such as Yoga Wake Up, Om Stars and Yoga International and Yoga Anytime.