Power Yoga Mon & Wed 10.15-11.30
I began practicing Yoga 12 years ago, initially as a pregnant mother with my first child, looking for a way to meet other soon-to-be-mothers. I continued practicing Yoga regularly and in many styles including Ashtanga and Bikram. In 2006 I began to practice Vinyasa and fell in love with the breath, flow, and movement of the style. As a full time mother of three, Yoga became a huge part of my life, both on and off the mat. In 2010, with a desire to share my love of Yoga and its benefits with those around me, I completed my 200 hour Power Vinyasa teacher training with Corepower in Portland, OR and went on to complete Vinyasa Yoga teacher training with Jonny Kest at Zuda Yoga in Sacramento, CA. Seeing Yoga as a life long journey I find daily inspiration in not only what I give to my students but what they give to .
Tue & Thu 10:15-11.30 and Sat 9.30
Thanks to the diversity of a liberal arts education, Jennifer stumbled upon yoga after a college dance class in 1997. After experimenting with many styles and teachers, it was vinyasa that felt most like home. Jennifer has received teacher-training certificates from Kim King-Zamoff (2002), Kathleen Hunt (2006), Shiva Rea (2004-2009), and is currently most inspired by Andrey Lappa’s teachings. Jennifer offers inclusive and intelligent classes that weave in ancient practices. She also creates retreats for like minded explorers to recharge with the elements, step into nature’s rhythm, and dive into a deeper layer of the practice in Mexico, Bali, and the Pacific Northwest.
HipHop Flow Tue &Thu 8.30-10.15 (2 weeks every month) and special flow class in every New Moon.
Marjie’s yoga path started in 1996, she was first inspired by Bryan Kest’s style of power yoga. In the 2000’s she deviated and absorbed many other yoga styles, Ashtanga, Iyengar, Hatha and Bikram. In 2005, she came full cycle and returned to a Baron Baptiste power flow practice. After 17 years she has learned that yoga is different for every person, for some it’s a workout for others it’s a stretch and meditation. Marjie believes that a good yoga class should bring you into a full state of body awareness. Combining inspiring upbeat music with a power flow practice allows the body to move with the beat which quiets the mind and lets the body breathe and sweat . . . and it’s a whole lotta fun!
Brooke hails from Atlanta, GA, and currently resides in Daphne, Alabam. She is a 200 hr. certified and registered yoga teacher, as well as a certified kids yoga teacher. Brooke teaches yoga on the Eastern Shore of Alabama, Gulf Shores, AL and Destin, FL. She has been studying and practicing yoga in the US, Japan and Bali since 2005. In addition to practicing all 8 Limbs of Yoga, the study of natural & herbal healing, mind-body connection, and healing with food have also been Brooke’s personal and professional pursuits.
From 2001 – 2012, Brooke lived and worked in Japan as a Dept. of Defense Educator, where she also taught group fitness classes for active duty members on US military installations. Brooke is extremely grateful for having lived overseas for such an extended period of time. This experience , along with yoga, has helped transform and unite her mind, body and spirit.
Babsi Glanznig, RYT – 500, originally from Austria, Europe, travels the world, teaching and spreading her love for yoga, Indian philosophy and Ayurveda. Babsi has taught Yoga in studios in the US, Latin American and Europe and furthermore, taught during several teacher training programs, where her main focus was on Ashtanga Yoga and Ayurveda. She has practiced and studied the traditional Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga method under Tim Miller, Kino MacGregor, Caroline Klebl and James Butkevich. When Babsi is not saluting the sun, she works as personal chef, mountain guide and is an avid skier. Visit Babsi at www.babsiglanznig.com