Welcome to Migraine Yogi.


Moksha Yoga Studio

Thursdays 6:30pm

3340 Fairlane Farms Road, Suite 1, Wellington, Florida - 33414

Vinyasa Flow · All levels welcome · Mats available at the studio.

For more information visit mokshayogastudio.com

Live360 Studio at The Mall at Wellington Green

Tuesdays 6 pm and Saturdays at 11 am

10300 Forest Hill Boulevard, Wellington, Florida - 33414
The Studio is located on the Lower Level near Nordstrom

Flat drop in rate $8

All levels welcome · Mats available at the studio.

Private Classes

For one on one sessions or private groups feel free to contact me by phone or e-mail at:

703.364.9422 info@migraineyogi.com


I have had migraines for as long as I can remember. Almost every day my head hurts. Apparently I got them from my mom. I have tried everything. Sometimes medications help but sometimes they don't. I have had to learn how to cope with an invisible and dissabilitating disease while trying to live a normal life. Yoga has become a key element when seeking relief. I first started visiting my local yoga studio in my early twenties. I was in college and a friend invited me to come to class and give it a try. I had always been a little curious about the whole yoga thing so I decided to give it a try. People always talked about its benefits on chronic pain so it seemed like a good opportunity. What I knew about yoga at the time was what most people know, essentially nothing. I had always been very flexible and yogis were too, so that was a good thing, right? Maybe not so much but that is a story for another chapter. The point is that from day one I got hooked on the practice. I found an activity that challenged my body but at the same time it challenged my mind. I didn't know at that time that eventually it would also challenge me spiritually as well.

I didn't become a ‘yogi’ right away. I visited studios two or three times a week. I certainly never thought I would become a yoga teacher or that I would dedicate my life to teaching this practice and philosophy. About ten years later I had to move from Venezuela to the United States with my family. Since then my migraines got really bad. I saw many doctors but unfortunately didn't find relief. I decided to come back to yoga. I found this amazing place with incredible teachers and students. I decided to make myself and my wellbeing priority number one. At that point I took my teacher training to change the path of my life. I like to think I am making progress.

I love yoga. I love teaching yoga. I love having you as a student. Welcome to this amazing journey!


Migrane Yogi is an effort of María V. García, RYT 200

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