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Slow Flow


This class is taught by:

Sam Sharkey

Sam first discovered yoga as a means to relieve running and cycling injuries, but her practice has become internal over the last three years, radically altering her perceptions of both the world at large and her own self worth. As she has journeyed from the outside inward, her experiences have brought her the knowledge that a little external work can lead to big internal changes. She explored this idea via a trek through Australia and India in 2015-2016 that culminated in a teacher-training course at Samyak Yoga in Mysore, India, where she was certified as a 200hr RYT (Registered Yoga Teacher) through Yoga Alliance. She’s delighted to return to her hometown and share with others the opportunity to do their own work at their own pace, just as she does in her own practice. Her focus is on anatomical alignment, responding to the individual needs of the body (particularly for athletes), and breath as a tool for meditative concentration.

Olga O'Neil

Olga O’Neil is a certified yoga instructor. Originally from Saint Petersburg, Russia, Olga holds a Bachelors Degree in Communication Arts from the Ohio State University. After graduating from OSU she worked for six years as a graphic designer in the corporate world. Olga discovered that sitting in front of a computer all day wasn’t in her genes. So she took yoga teacher training and has been teaching ever since.
 
Olga understands that we are not designed to sit all day at a desk or in our car or in front of a TV. She aspires to show her students ways to recover from the sedentary lives many of us lead. She will show you how yoga poses will make you stronger, help you regain your flexibility and improve your balance. And maybe reduce some stress.
 
Olga enjoys teaching accomplished yoga students as well as first timers. She looks forward to seeing new yogis improve each week and eventually become hooked on how yoga makes them feel.
 
When not teaching, Olga can be found bike riding or working her garden of tomatoes, cucumbers, and other healthy green things. Bring your tired body and be prepared to be smiling at the end of her class.

Emily King

A self-proclaimed “non-athlete,” Emily came to yoga in 2013 after her diagnosis with a heart condition led her to look for a gentle, non-scary form of exercise. She quickly discovered (with her doctor’s approval, of course!) that she loved hot, strength-building power flows, and has learned to better quiet her mind and listen to her body through her practice. Feeling stronger and steadier than ever, Emily tries to share yoga and its life-changing benefits with everyone she meets. She completed Yoga Teacher Training in Pai’s first teacher training program in 2016, and is looking forward to continuing to learn at PAI!

 

A central Ohio native, Emily graduated from the Ohio State University with a Bachelor’s degree in 2011 and Master’s degree in 2013. She works in the employee benefits industry by day and pursues her passions for yoga, horses, reading, and cooking by night. Emily and her husband, Andy, live in Dublin with their adorable dog, Ramona.

Shannon Hennerfeind

Shannon began practicing yoga nearly 20 years ago. After several stops and starts, she found her way back to yoga for good after a high-risk twin pregnancy. After devoting her energy to her family she recognized the need for self-care. She realized that a daily yoga practice allowed her become a more balanced and complete individual. What started as a way to get fit became a way of life.
 

On the urging from one of her own teachers to expand her practice further, Shannon completed her RYT 200 certification in 2016. Shannon draws influence from many different styles of yoga, from Ashtanga to Yin, but believes that attention to breath is the tie that binds all yoga styles. From the breath, she feels that each student can happily and healthfully reach his or her potential, on the mat and off. She enjoys weaving the stories of traditional yogic philosophy with relatable, current themes. It's Shannon's goal to give each student a taste of the clarity that yoga has brought to her.

Sara Goff

Sara Goff is a Vinyasa Yoga Instructor, Soul Coach, core instructor for Wild Woman Fest, writer, and a worldwide yoga, adventure, and service retreat leader. An Ohio native, she returns to Columbus after 15 years of living and teaching in New York City, California, Costa Rica, and Colorado, as well as sharing yoga in locations such as India, Maui, and Mexico along the way!
 
Constantly aiming in her teaching to merge the dance between the playful and the sacred, Sara’s passion is helping her students and clients ascend to their highest radiance and create their happiest, most abundant lives!

Jenna Dray

Jenna fell in love with yoga through a class at Indiana University in 2006 and has been practicing ever since. She has a 200 YTT certification in Vinyasa , Ashtanga and Rocket. Yoga has influenced Jenna to know her true self and is happy to share her passion with others. She is dedicated to the yoga lifestyle which she believes keeps her focused and centered through her everyday life. Outside of yoga, Jenna sells software and is a health/life counselor helping others be the best version of themselves. She loves being a mom to her new baby girl and enjoys traveling, cooking and spending time with her family and friends. Join Jenna on the mat for a fun yet challenging practice good for your mind body and soul.

Chan Hemintranont

Born and raised in Bangkok, Thailand, Chan Hemintranont moved to the U.S. in 2001 to study for her MBA at Case Western Reserve University. In 2010, Chan called on her background in finance and accounting to found the PAI Yoga and Fitness studio. Her goal in opening the studio was to share her enthusiasm for active pursuits and to be part of people’s life journey.
 
She received a 200-hour yoga training certification with Tammy Lyons and Mitchell Belier at Innerbliss yoga studio and has further her study with a 300-hour yoga training certification with Tara Judelle and Scott Lyons in Bali, Indonesia in summer of 2015.
 
Her approach to Vinyasa flow is creative and rejuvenating. The intention of each class, through breathing technique, is to help students find calmness in their minds, to strengthen the body-mind-soul connection, and to experience a new sense of being, of completeness. Above all, Chan loves having fun during class--and even making people giggle! "If you can laugh in a yoga class," she says, "you are an advanced student."
 
For Chan, the most fulfilling aspect of opening the studio has been witnessing and nurturing positive changes in PAI’s members. Seeing the physical and mental growth of so many aspiring yoga lovers and athletes has further deepened her commitment to sharing her passion with others. Chan feels both grateful and honored to be able to serve in this way.
Build a stronger body while releasing tension and flow your way into inner peace. This mindful and slow flow class is great for those searching for a relaxing yoga experience through movement with breath awareness. This class is suitable for beginner yogis however the most experienced yoga practitioner will also be challenged, as sometimes less is more. Room temperature is set at 80 degrees.

Upcoming classes:

  • Thu Jun 22 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm with Sam Sharkey
    at PAI Dublin
  • Fri Jun 23 4:15 pm - 5:30 pm with Olga O'Neil
    at PAI Dublin
  • Sat Jun 24 10:15 am - 11:30 am with Emily King
    at PAI Gahanna / New Albany
  • Sat Jun 24 4:00 pm - 5:15 pm with Shannon Hennerfeind
    at PAI Dublin
  • Sun Jun 25 10:30 am - 11:30 am with Sara Goff
    at PAI Dublin
  • Sun Jun 25 5:00 pm - 6:15 pm with Sara Goff
    at PAI Gahanna / New Albany
  • Sun Jun 25 5:15 pm - 6:30 pm with Jenna Dray
    at PAI Dublin
  • Tue Jun 27 4:15 pm - 5:30 pm with Olga O'Neil
    at PAI Dublin
  • Tue Jun 27 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm with Sara Goff
    at PAI Gahanna / New Albany
  • Wed Jun 28 9:30 am - 10:45 am with Chan Hemintranont
    at PAI Dublin
  • Thu Jun 29 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm with Sam Sharkey
    at PAI Dublin
  • Fri Jun 30 4:15 pm - 5:30 pm with Olga O'Neil
    at PAI Dublin
  • Sat Jul 01 10:15 am - 11:30 am with Emily King
    at PAI Gahanna / New Albany
  • Sat Jul 01 4:00 pm - 5:15 pm with Shannon Hennerfeind
    at PAI Dublin
  • Sun Jul 02 10:30 am - 11:30 am with Sara Goff
    at PAI Dublin
  • Sun Jul 02 5:00 pm - 6:15 pm with Sara Goff
    at PAI Gahanna / New Albany
  • Sun Jul 02 5:15 pm - 6:30 pm with Jenna Dray
    at PAI Dublin
  • Wed Jul 05 9:30 am - 10:45 am with Chan Hemintranont
    at PAI Dublin


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