Yoga Styles

What I’m teaching these days:

BAPTISTE POWER VINYASA: Rigorous, physically challenging power flow, linking breath with movement, led with a tone of possibility, awakening your inner-fire, self-love, and self-acceptance. Baptiste Yoga invites access to strength, balance, mobility, power, freedom and ease. Through self-inquiry and connecting within, transformation is possible, on and off the mat. 🙏🏽💓✨

YOD: “Your Own Determination” is a blend of Baptiste Vinyasa + High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) + Restore to cool down, slow down the heart rate, and meditate with yoga nidra or a short seated meditation after savasana. YOD challenges you mentally, physically and emotionally. Expect to move, breathe, sweat, get your heart rate up, and end feeling relaxed in yoga bliss after the restore poses. More about YOD here.

YIN YOGA: What I sometimes call “slow-motion yoga.” Long passive holds in poses inviting a softening of the soft tissues (tendons, ligaments, fascia) in still and quiet yin poses. This is not a stretching class. Yin yoga creates the time and space to allow a yielding of tension and tightness. Yin is typically practiced with a lot of props. Be prepared with blocks, bolster, blankets, strap. It’s almost like you’re packing up for a yoga sleepover. Your fav cozy teddy bear is optional, and highly recommended. 😉

DEEP FLOW: Short vinyasa warmup, hold poses 10+ breaths,invite opening through shoulders, hips, and heart; release tightness in back and hamstrings. Get deeply connected to body, mind, heart, and spirit. 🙏🏽

Check my schedule here!

Can’t take class? Audio recordings of yoga and meditations on my Spiritually Fit Yoga podcast!



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