Vinyasa Yoga (2/3)

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Saturday 09/30/2023 8:45 am - 9:45 am
Sunday 10/01/2023 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Wednesday 10/04/2023 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Wednesday 10/04/2023 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Sunday 10/08/2023 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Wednesday 10/11/2023 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Wednesday 10/11/2023 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Sunday 10/15/2023 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Monday 10/16/2023 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Wednesday 10/18/2023 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Wednesday 10/18/2023 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Sunday 10/22/2023 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Monday 10/23/2023 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Wednesday 10/25/2023 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Wednesday 10/25/2023 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Sunday 10/29/2023 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Pace: Moderate to Fast

Difficulty of Poses: Moderate to challenging

Vinyasa classes link movement and breath to attain balance in the mind and body, aligning a deliberate sequence of poses to achieve a continuous flow. Familiarity with basic yoga poses and the ability to transition easily from standing to kneeling to floor is recommended. You might break a sweat in the Level 2/3 Vinyasa classes and possibly the Level 2/3 Slow Flow classes. The Level 1/2 or All-Levels Vinyasa classes are more accessible for most.

Erin Cashin

Erin’s yoga journey began as a supplement to running. What she found was so much more. It made her a stronger runner but the real nugget was that yoga taught her how to listen to her body, gave her peace in her heart, and taught her how to let go (and that letting go is not giving up).

Erin’s style of teaching is upbeat with a wide variety of musical inspiration. She hopes to share her love for yoga with all of her students and to encourage them to breathe deeply, believe in themselves, trust their body, and feel at peace on and off the mat. 

Rebecca Oliveria

Rebecca started teaching in 2012 and holds a 500 hour certification from ISHTA Yoga in NYC. She continues to be a student of the practice. In her classes, Rebecca encourages her students to explore their own individual practice by cultivating an awareness of the body and breath so as to connect with the present moment.

Judy Schnoebelen

After many years managing spinal pain and injury, Judy discovered that the regular practice of yoga finally allowed her to find strength and opening in her body to support her spinal health. She received her 200 hour certification from the Fluid School in 2016 and has been teaching yoga ever since. She also completed an additional 300 hours in April of 2023 and is now a 500 RYT Yoga Teacher.  Judy is also a certified Speech-Language Pathologist so teaching has been a part of her life for many years. She believes there is nothing like a regular yoga practice to retrain the brain towards mindful movement, sustained focus, and the feeling of being fully present in the moment. She also believes yoga is for every body and strives to support her students in gaining full access to movement on the mat with an emphasis on strength and alignment. Judy’s practice encourages you to connect breath to movement, nurturing body and mind as you flow and cultivating strength, balance and confidence each time you make your way to your mat. 

Hemal Mankad

Hemal (200-RYT Vinyasa and 200-RYT Hatha & Ashtanga) started practicing yoga in 2015-16  and was addicted to how she felt after each class.  She suffered tremendous loss during Covid which left her feeling devastated and lost. She decided to embark on a 200-hour yoga teacher training which helped her to focus on herself and to heal. This left her wanting to learn even more and so in early 2023 she completed a second YTT in Hrishikesh (known as the yoga capital of the world). Hemal says "I am on this journey where I want to share Yoga as a way of life".

Aneta Anderson

Aneta was first introduced to yoga in 2005. Her passion for yoga grew and soon turned into a lifestyle. Inspired by knowledge beyond the physical aspect of yoga, Aneta became a student of yogic philosophy and graduated from a 500-hour Yoga Alliance Certified - Advanced Studies and Teaching training program through Yoga Pura in 2009. From interesting sequences to uplifting music, Aneta's classes are designed to push physical boundaries while cultivating a calm and centered mind. Aneta is passionate about living a healthy and well-balanced life, and incorporates various yogic practices and philosophy into her daily life, encouraging students to incorporate these ideals both on and off the mat.

Kim Keser

Kim began taking yoga several years ago to reduce anxiety and depression. She completed her 200-hr teacher training in July 2020. Through her yoga practice, Kim has learned to quiet the mind (or at least turn down the volume) from negative self talk. She empathizes with others who feel the pain and sadness from depression and the difficulty of releasing their anxieties and allowing themselves to be in the moment. Kim wants to help others realize their strengths, celebrate the small victories, see their self worth, and become empowered. Kim has worked in a veterinary hospital for over 15 years. She teaches Vinyasa, Hatha and Slow Flow.

Charlotte Adamo

Always searching for a new way to stay active Charlotte started practicing yoga in 2010; trying everything from Bikram, Ashtanga, Iyengar and finally falling in love with Vinyasa.Charlotte started out teaching vinyasa yoga in 2013 in Northern Virginia. Completing her 200-hour yoga training at Tranquil Space. She has passionately spent the last 6 years, teachingYoga for Cancer classes to people who have been through cancer. Charlotte is certified in Yoga for Cancer trainings through Sloan Kettering Memorial Hospital and Yoga4Cancer. Charlotte believes that yoga should be accessible for everyone and loves offering modifications for poses and using lots of props! Charlotte enjoys keeping yoga fun and bringing a sense of lightheartedness to her classes. To be able to offer more of her love for yoga she started Yoga byCharlotte in 2020 to provide private and group yoga both in-persona and virtually.

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