Angela Madonia has been a student of yoga and mindfulness since 2005 and it has been an incredible support for her throughout her life. She is committed to bringing these techniques to people that may not otherwise have access to it. You can most often find her teaching in the community; at the local library, public school, non-profit or clinic setting. She works with organizations that support social justice, wellness and mental health and has taught classes to survivors of domestic violence, people living with HIV/AIDS, those dealing with eating disorders, homeless families, at-risk youth, and incarcerated women. She has also taught vinyasa, ashtanga, and yin yoga in studio settings and has a trauma sensitive approach. She is the mother of two toddlers and enjoys teaching family yoga and classes that support parents at all stages. She is also available for individual sessions. She completed a 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training in 2007 at and a 500-hour Therapeutic Yoga Teacher Training in 2010 at . She is a current student of Chase Bossart, Kate Holcombe, Melanie Green and Cybele Thomlison.