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Basics/Beginners Flow


This class is taught by:

Kara Lough

Kara Lough is a certified yoga teacher 200E-RYT - Vinyasa Yoga “Take hold of your own life. See that the whole existence is celebrating. These trees are not serious, these birds are not serious. The rivers and the oceans are wild, and everywhere there is fun, everywhere there is joy and delight. Watch existence, listen to the existence and become part of it.” ~ Osho
 
Kara believes that yoga is for everybody, regardless of age or ability level. She teaches as an extension of her own practice, and is fascinated with the power of the body and mind to heal itself through breath, meditation, and movement.
 
Kara became a student of yoga in 2000 and has been blessed to study under knowledgeable, encouraging teachers. She completed her teacher-training ‘Ashtanga/Hatha’ with Laurel Hodory at It’s Yoga in Columbus in 2008. Kara provides easy-to-follow instructions in a fun and safe atmosphere, encouraging students to strive toward their potential while honoring their current boundaries.
 
She teaches to all levels, from beginner/basic to level 2. ~For Kara, Yoga is a joyful and SWEET practice. Having been a Pastry Chef for 16 years, she knows that yoga is 'the icing on the cake'.

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.

Anne Wilson

Anne’s yoga practice began in college and has been an integral part of her life ever since. She completed her 200-hour certification at Back Bay Yoga in Boston with Ame Wren and David Regelin. Her practice has taken many different forms over the years, but has always been a platform for personal growth and well-being. When she’s not teaching yoga, Anne is working to obtain her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at OSU.
 
Through proper alignment and thoughtful sequencing, Anne’s classes provide a framework and give students the tools to personalize their yoga practice according to the individual needs of their bodies at any given moment. By connecting breath and movement, students learn to tune in and relate to their bodies in a different way. Whether she’s teaching an invigorating power flow or restorative slow flow, she strives to create space for students to look inward with a sense of curiosity, compassion, and light-heartedness.

Kris Tann

Kris Tann, RYT-500, seeks to offer classes that are playful and empowering, weaving alignment details into vigorous classes while guiding participants to greater body and breath awareness.  She has taught a range of yoga “styles” in various settings including yoga studios, gyms and private homes.
 
In 2010, Kris completed 200 hours of Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training with Stephanie Snyder and Elise Lorimer in San Francisco. In 2013, she completed 300 additional hours of training with Stephanie Snyder.

Off the mat, Kris enjoys her family, road trips, cooking soup, yoga study, birdsong and relaxing in the shade of trees.

 

Andi Grever

Andi has been in the fitness and wellness industry for the past 15 years. She began by becoming certified to teach group fitness classes but found her passion for yoga while pregnant with her son. She is a certified 200E-YRT teacher and has assisted in leading several teacher trainings.
 

She returned from southern China in January of 2016 where she and her family had lived for the past two years. While there she was able to teach and to learn from different people from all of the world. This experience deepened her love for the practice and its power to reach ALL people. She has seen how yoga can be transformational both physically and soulfully and teaches from a place of love and gratitude.

Begin from where you are. This class moves at a very slow pace which allows you to learn a solid foundation of asana practice, the principles of alignment and yogic breath. This is a class for either beginners or experienced students who want to explore a deeper connection between the body, the mind and the breath which is one of the most important aspects of your yoga journey.

Level 1 – is for those newer to yoga, as well as experienced students looking to refine their asana practice. Classes will move carefully and mindfully into poses at a moderate pace with opportunities for students to create a solid foundation and learn a yogic breathing. This class ensures a safe and pain-free practice, although it is still possible for some students to find this class challenging.

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