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Bri comes from a fitness background. Always lifting and running, never ever stretching. While training in late 2012 she came across yoga. Being competitive, she couldn’t believe she couldn’t touch her toes!
She dove into yoga, taking 3 classes a week at the local gym, it took about a year to finally touch her toes. In 2016 she received her 200hr certification. Before going through teacher training, yoga was always about the body.
During YTT, Bri’s life was twisted and turned upside down and the quote “its not about the asana” finally made sense in her mind.
Yoga is not all about how your body feels, even though hitting that beautiful dancer pose is always fun, it’s about how you FEEL afterwards. She was so happy after yoga and was finally realizing that, so she wanted to open a space where we focus on not just their body, but the heart, the mental aspect of yoga: bliss and happiness.
Come to Happy Flow Yoga as you are, but don’t leave until you’re happy. Power Yoga is still a favorite, so make sure to find your way into one of Bri’s Power classes! Happy Flowing.
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Amanda found yoga in 2017 when she attended a free class hoping to find a good workout, what she found was so much more.
She found what it felt like to slow down and find inner peace. Using the asanas as a metaphor for life yoga became very therapeutic for Amanda. Yoga gave her the tools to fight anxiety and depression.
What she found in yoga was so powerful she wanted to share it with everyone! She believes yoga can be beneficial for everyone and it’s her passion to share it with the world.
Jessica has been practicing yoga since she was a teenager, to manage stress and to add variety to her workouts. Although, a breast cancer diagnosis in 2016 made her truly recognize the great mental and physical healing benefits of yoga.
She obtained her 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training Certificate in early 2018 with a goal to deepen her personal practice and to be able to share her passion and the joys of yoga with others. Her favorite aspect of yoga is its non-competitive nature which allows the practitioner to focus on self-care and self-love, things we often overlook.
When she is not on the mat, you can find her chasing her two busy boys around or having dance parties with them in the ‘mama-van’. Jessica is a certified reiki practitioner and strives to inspire others through her personal blog.
At age 12, Corey procured his first computer. A sedentary lifestyle ensued for nearly 2 decades. It wasn’t until his mid twenties he vanquished video games from his life and began his physical journey. He discovered sports for the first time, Indoor Rock Climbing and Racquetball. Meditational and calming effects came from these discoveries, but not without a reality check that he has the flexibility of a steel bar.
This led him to yoga. For many sun orbits he was shy and inflexible hiding in the back corner of the studio. Yoga almost veered from his path when a teacher ridiculed his inflexibility over the microphone. All fear and judgment has since been expelled from his being. He has learned to laugh at and love his body as is.
Corey is absolutely infatuated with the breath and what it can do for the mind, body and soul. The dance we call yoga is part of his daily practice for the rest of his life. This makes future Corey beyond delighted.
Starting yoga around four years ago, I had been inspired by the mental and physical benefits the practice has given me.
Now as a registered teacher, I hope to work with others in using yoga to find a creative safe space in which to open both heart and mind.
Through the creation of physical movement and mindful breath work, my goal is to get one into a state of love and happiness.
Ashlyn is a 200 hour Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga Instructor. Touched by all aspects of the yoga practice, from its physical benefits to its philosophy, Ashlyn is devoted to sharing it with others.
Ashlyn enjoys exploring different styles–Iyengar, Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Yin– in her personal practice as well as in her classes. She believes practicing mindfulness, breathing, and patience on your yoga mat will help you feel more grounded and joyful in everyday life. Whether she is teaching new students or life-long yogis, she is committed to creating a safe space for people to find strength and balance.
Credentials: Yoga Alliance RYT 200, Yoga Tune Up Embodied Integrated Anatomy Training, Yin Yoga Level 1 Teacher Training, B.A.