Photo by Beth McDougall

Photo by Beth McDougall

Daniel likes exploring how things change.

As a writer, researcher and editor, he looks for solutions, and as a practitioner and teacher of yoga, he works to nurture transformation. He also runs courses on yoga history and philosophy, drawing on his master's degree from SOAS (University of London).

A former reporter for Reuters and the New York Times, Daniel makes complex subjects feel accessible. His presentations on yoga are lively and fun, and his attention to detail in class helps students learn what works for them.

He also helps others with writing, and has a passion for sharing radical ideas. Contact him here to find out more.



A Brief History of Yoga

Daniel will be teaching live online, for four consecutive Sundays from 18 March. This course puts modern yoga into context, exploring where it comes from and what it is for. The cost for eight hours of interactive lectures is $127. Find out more and sign up here.


Philosophy of Yoga

Daniel's next course for the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies starts on 22 April. There are seven weekly lessons, with additional reading and an optional essay. Including all materials, it costs £95 (or $120). Enrol via the OCHS website, which has more details.



 Photo by Beth McDougall

Photo by Beth McDougall