: Anusara Yoga, AcroYoga
Jeremy began the practice of yoga in Los Angeles in 2003. He taught his first public class in San Francisco in 2006 and has continued teaching in Colorado, Oregon, and Louisiana. Jeremy is certified in Anusara Yoga, AcroYoga and Thai Massage. After having traveled the world teaching workshops, trainings, festivals, and conferences; he's found that what is most inspiring is following the path that leads us back home to ourselves. Jeremy's classes are playful, engaging and open to everyone.
: Vinyasa, Power
Serena has dedicated herself to the practice, study, and teaching of yoga since her days in college. What first started as a mere vehicle for improving flexibility to progress her ballet technique, soon took on a life of its own. She discovered the benefits of practicing yoga, everything from gaining physical strength to increased mental clarity and acuity, and now she aims to share her joy with others. She is trained in the styles of vinyasa and ashtanga. Her class is a mix of the two styles with some incorporation of ballet grace and flexibility.
: Ashtanga, Vinyasa
Get ready to be energized and detoxified! I want to move with you to grow strength, flexibility, and mindfulness. My personal training and practice follow the Ashtanga method and the class will likely be an Ashtanga-inspired Vinyasa flow. I like to emphasize Ujjayi (breathing), Bandhas (lock), and Drishti (gaze) within the practice. Feel free to modify movements throughout the practice. I completed RYT-200 teacher training in Maui, HI from Ashtanga yoga instructor Christina Martini and have taken workshops with David Swenson, David Williams, and Jack Fisher. I regularly swim 1 mile in the ocean. Yoga detoxes and nourishes and I find healing and strength from each practice. I hope you can also experience cleansing and calming of the mind and body and negativities are washed away. I would be honored to share the practice with you.
: Alignment Vinyasa
Caitlin has been practicing yoga for 8 years. She fell in love with the practice while backpacking through South East Asia, and feels it has made a huge impact in her life ever since. She was able to go back to Thailand, years later, to obtain her RYT 200hr teacher certification, in Alignment Hatha and Vinyasa, where she then continued on to travel for 7 months teaching at various places around the world. Yoga is a way of life for her, not just an asana practice but a mindset. Currently, she is exploring deeper into meditation and breath work. She looks forward to being able to share her passion with all of you!
: LYT Yoga, Power yoga
My name is Brittany and I have a passion for movement. I also love space, reading, plants, sunshine and volleyball. The style of yoga I teach and the movement education I have to offer is based on the LYT method by physical therapist, Lara Heimann. It focuses on strengthening common areas that create pain in the body (knees, ankle, shoulders). My motivation is to keep people moving- pain free. I want to make you feel capable within your own body and have the confidence to continue moving in it. I have personally gained strength in my body through this method and love giving it to others. My certifications include 2- 200-hr RYT trainings, completed in 2014 and 2020, undergoing my 300hr TT and a 20 hour aerial teacher training in 2017. I have over 3000 hours of teaching experience. I am also certified in Functional Range Conditioning.
: Yoga Detox
I am passionate about improving health span through yoga. Address your imbalances with my class to achieve a calm, resilient, energetic, and pain free body. My holistic approach integrates breath work, movement, and meditation and is accessible to all fitness levels and age groups. I have been teaching 20+ years and have helped 1000+ students achieve their health goals. I am certified both in India and USA ,Yoga teacher, E-RYT 500, YACEP provider/ Certified in Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga, and Vinyaasa.
: Yoga Physical Therapy
Dr. Priscilla Park, DPT, is a physical therapist and naturopath, who brings to her yoga practice a wealth of knowledge with decades of experience and passion for healing injuries/illnesses naturally. As a dancer and yoga practitioner most of her life, she has a keen eye for subtle movement compensations/malalignment that can contribute to pain/injury and/or lead to recurrent/chronic injuries. She will teach you how to approach yoga with good body mechanics, in order to move with ease and prevent further injuries.
: Alignment, Meditation, Vinyasa
Hello! My name is Kathy Chu. I have personally practiced yoga for over 11 years. I co-founded a very successful company and found myself stressed all the time. I became a certified yoga teacher through CorePower Yoga in 2018 due to an imbalance of my work and life. While pursuing my yoga certification and during several yoga retreats, I started to experience breakthroughs beyond realigning my body. I was healing from stress, anger, trauma and broken relationships and connecting to God and the Universe. Through the journey of re-centering myself, I was guided to this path of healing and helping others find their own inner peace. As a teacher, I continue to learn and grow, which led me to become a certified prenatal yoga teacher with Ma Yoga. While helping and connecting with new moms during prenatal and postpartum, I quickly realized the stress that occurs during this time in a woman and family's life and I found it empowering to see the strength and grace that it takes to live in this World. The balance of those masculine and feminine energies is what we need to balance the World to get back to a place of World Peace.
: Yoga, Kung Fu
Mia Velez entered the Integral Yoga Sangha in 2016 through the kitchen by helping to cook Thursday community lunches and silent retreat meals. In 2018 she certified as an Integral Yoga teacher to learn more of the IYI approach and be part of the lineage. Mia is a disciple of the Moy Yat Ving Tsun Kung Fu lineage and is highly influenced by her martial arts training. After completing her first 200 hour teacher training in 2008, she began to see undeniable parallel in Yoga and Kung Fu. When she began teaching Kung Fu in 2014, she incorporated Yoga insight and principles in her classes. Her goal in teaching is to connect with the students and to facilitate a safe space for exploration and self inquiry. Yoga and Kung Fu is integrated into her daily life as a mother, a preschool teacher, and an advocate for gender, race and class equality through multiple non-profits groups.
: Hatha, Pilates, Alignments
Sera Underwood grew up in Southern California and found yoga in the late 90's, at that time her practice was focused on fitness and gaining flexibility. With time a personal evolution unfolded as the deeper teachings of yoga woke her up to the vast potentials a dedicated practice offers. She was introduced to Pilates while recovering from knee surgery in 2010 and has seen the quick results Pilates provides first hand.
: Sivananda Yoga, Acro Yoga, Ballet, Taichi
Laura is a certified Sivananda Yoga and Acro Yoga Teacher, Shi'atsu Massage Therapist, AcroYoga Teacher, Ballet and Wellness Instructor as well a practitioner of the Alexander Technique, Gyrotonic©, Tai Chi and Thai Massage. Hatha Yoga is a branch of yoga. The word haṭha (lit. "force") denotes a system of physical techniques supplementary to a broad conception of yoga. In the 20th century, hatha yoga, particularly asanas (the physical postures), became popular throughout the world as physical exercises, and is now colloquially termed "yoga". Sivananda Yoga Vedanta lineage of Swami Vishnudevananda, closely observed the lifestyles and needs of people in the west and synthesized the ancient wisdom of yoga into five basic principles that could easily be incorporated into one’s own lifestyle to provide the foundation for healthy living. It is around these five principles that the activities at the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centre are based.
: Relaxation Yoga
Sita welcomes everyone interested in destressing, slowing down, reconnecting with the body, and rediscovering their inner strength and calm. Relaxation Yoga is a one-hour open and holistic session of mindful movement, classical postures, guided deep relaxation and a little breathwork. Yin Yoga slows us right down through long-held meditative postures with plenty of silence. Guided instruction includes variations to suit beginners and experienced practitioners. Originally from Melbourne, Australia, Sita is a longtime practitioner in the Bishnu Ghosh lineage and a certified Accessible Yoga, Yin Yoga and Stress-management teacher. Sita is trained and mentored by an excellent team of Swamis and dedicated Yogis in the Satchidananda and Sivananda tradition at an ashram in her new home city of San Francisco, California.
: Ashtanga, Vinyasa Flow
I took my first yoga class 20 years ago in a tiny fitness studio in London where I found out about the benefits of flexibility. Ever since then, I have been practising yoga on and off whilst moving to several countries. As an energetic and active person, I also enjoy many types of sports such as biking, hiking and cross-country skiing. Having several sports related injuries allowed me to start to pick up practising yoga again. After experiencing positive changes in my own body throughout the years, I decided to deepen my practice and become a certified yoga teacher. I completed the 200 hour Yoga Teacher Certification in October 2020, particularly developing interests in Ashtanga and Vinyasa.
: Yoga, Barre, Pilates, Meditation
For Jihee, yoga began as a solution, digestive issues, and fatigue. But these days, yoga and pilates have become so much more. Whether she’s teaching or simply practicing, Jihee loves to share her energy with those around her. While this South Korean yogi is a big fan of a child’s pose, she’ll never let you rest too long, always keeping you on your toes during her classes. She is a certified Hatha, Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Yin Yoga teacher. Barre, Pilates instructor. She lives in the Netherlands since 2017. She loves communicating with all yogis, also loves to share her positive energies during the class. She is passionate about her work, open-minded.
: Yin, Hatha, meditation
Kadisha Aburub has been doing yoga for 4 years and was certified RYT200 at Long Beach School of Yoga. Her personal favorite styles of yoga include yin and hatha yoga. For her yoga has been a practice of freedom; a practice that she utilizes on and off the mat. Throughout her class there will be an emphasis on meditation and creating a still mind while moving. Creating an environment that completely immerses you in what you are doing right now is the essence of yoga.
: Pilates, Yoga, Flexibility, Pole Fitness
Shing is a certified Personal Trainer, Pilates and Group Fitness Instructor. She has been practicing pilates for 9 years and completed her 600 hours of Comprehensive Training in NYC.Her classes combine Classical Pilates flow with yoga poses, focusing on strengthening your core with a combination of stretches that will open up your entire body. You will leave the class feeling strong and flexible. (especially your abs ;)) Subscribe to her page at https://www.bodybalancelifestyle.com/ to get FREE At Home Workout Videos.
: Hatha Yoga, Meditation, Energetics, and Helping students reconnect to the "WILD" within!
The Feral Yogi is a thought leader, intuition expert, earth-based healer, and an E-RYT 500 yoga and meditation expert who has spent a decade teaching people how to break free of societal expectations to regain their life’s purpose. She’s helped transform the lives of thousands of clients including CEOs of Fortune 500 companies, government officials, and billionaires by helping them move through physical and mental blocks to find greater physical, mental, and spiritual freedom in their lives. Feral brings to her practice more than ten years of complex problem-solving expertise, from serving as a professor and a recognized senior federal investigator, where she earned awards from the US Secretary of Labor for her outstanding bilingual investigative work. She combines ancient wisdom and common sense with the transformative practices of yoga, meditation, and earth-based healing to confront everyday stressors. She encourages people of all walks of life to let go of societal constructs and return to that beautiful “wild” place within to find power and freedom!