Mandy Ingber

Mandy Ingber
“Having the body you want begins with loving the body you have.” Mandy Ingber is a fitness and wellness advisor who first gained popularity with her sold-out yoga and spinning classes in Los Angeles. For over 15 years, she motivated people with her light-hearted approach and unique teaching style. It is her ability to connect with a wide range of students which makes her accessible. Mandy's public appeal grew as a celebrity yoga instructor when she did a spread in SELF magazine in 2006 with client Jennifer Aniston. Other clients have included Kate Beckinsale, Ricki Lake, Brooke Shields, jewelry designer Jennifer Meyer, and Helen Hunt, who gave her credit on the red carpet for getting her body "Oscar-ready". Mandy's class has been awarded "Best of LA" in LA Weekly and Los Angeles Magazine. Daily Candy nominated her music playlists "The Best Of Sound". Ingber has been an event headliner for People Magazine's A-List Workout and SELF Magazine's Workout In the Park, and a contributing fitness and wellness advisor on ThatsFit, Livestrong, and FitSugar. Mandy is featured regularly in publications, such as Self, InStyle, Vogue, Los Angeles, LA Weekly, People, Us, Life&Style, Glamour, Talk, Vanity Fair, Elle, and more. Television Appearances include The Today Show, Good Morning America Health, E! Daily News, E! Daily 10, Access Hollywood, Good Day L.A., and Extra, among others. Mandy Ingber resides in her hometown of Los Angeles where she teaches privately. She is currently touring the U.S. to promote her self-produced yoga-hybrid DVD YOGALOSOPHY, which is available online at

Hope Lives Within Me

Mandy Ingber by Mandy Ingber | May 7th, 2012 | 3 Comments
topic: Celebrity Workouts, Fitness, Personal Growth, Yoga

Hopes Lives In Me


Sometimes I sit. I sit through the storm and I shake and I wonder if the

Winds will blow me away. I wonder if I can endure the violence, the rage,

The anger. I forget what it was like to feel safe and be at peace, to live in

Cancer and Heart Openers: How Yoga Heals

Mandy Ingber by Mandy Ingber | October 19th, 2011 | 29 Comments
topic: Health & Wellness, Healthy Aging, Personal Growth, Yoga

Mandy Ingber Up Dog

This month I am reminded of the courage it takes to continue to open our hearts in faith, even when we have been pained by loss or heartbreak. There is nothing more heartbreaking than being faced with the inevitable: our mortality, and the remembrance that life is impermanent. This is a reality we deal with each day, and yet the desire to live must carry within it a gratitude of remembering or the faith of forgetting.