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Dr. Alayna CronkChiropractor/Co-founder & RYT 200 Yoga Teacher
I am a Doctor of Chiropractic and a newly certified yoga teacher with a passion for anatomy, functional movement and biomechanics. I began practicing yoga in Los Angeles a lifetime ago when I had the bright idea of pursuing a career in modeling and acting. Between all of the auditions, all over a huge city, I used yoga to help alleviate stress in a tough industry. The more time I spent with the mat, the better I felt, and realized there must be something to this yoga thing. So, I began attending the studio more, paying attention to body and movement and pushing myself to see what I could do in each practice.
I have been in sports most of my life, my biggest concentration on gymnastics. Needless to say, strength and flexibility have always been important to me. I would sit in front of the clock in all three split positions, and help these stretches for 30-60 minutes at a time. As I dove more into yoga, I began to revisit the flexibility that I was starting to lose. There is only so much the body can retain in short bursts of stretches. In this, I discovered something about yoga, and the body's ability to move, to stretch and to heal. Since then, I have been hooked and plan on incorporating my knowledge as a doctor with my passion for yoga!Jessa Brixiuse-RYT 200 Yoga Teacher
I began practicing yoga at the age of eighteen as a way to maintain the flexibility I developed from 16 years of dance prior. Shortly after the physical benefits of yoga were unveiled, I began to also notice the mental benefits. I felt stronger physically, emotionally, and I even grew half an inch taller!
With a background in physical fitness, I am dedicated to assisting you on your mat, providing hands-on adjustments and guidance. I believe that yoga is a life-mimicking practice; working with your body, not against your body. Yoga provides us the opportunity to cultivate calmness, so we can leave the mat feeling fuller and richer than when we first walked in.
In 2010, I became 200 hour certified in Vinyasa, Hatha, Ashtanga, Slow Burn, and Yin. I later completed my Yoga Sculpt training as well as Pre and Postnatal.Mary Strehle-RYT 200 Yoga Teacher
I first discovered the practice of yoga in 2012 at a much needed time in my life. My first class I ever took empowered me in such a way I hadn’t felt in a really long time if ever. For the first time I felt strong, physically and mentally thanks to a wonderful teacher and the use of affirmations, it was truly a pivotal point in my life.
After continuing my practice and trying different styles of yoga out. I eventually decided to take yoga teacher training in 2016 so that I could share this life changing practice with others as well as help empower others throughout their journey on the mat. However I also took teacher training for myself there was and still is so much to be learned and discovered about this beautiful practice and I will forever be a student, open to learning and discovering more.
I hope to have the honor of guiding you through your next practice whether it’s your 1st or your 100th. I look forward to sharing space with you and hopefully help you experience and fall in love with yoga the same way I did back in 2012.Rita SandRYT 200 Yoga Teacher
Near the end of 2015, I fully acknowledged my addiction to alcohol and sought the help I needed. During the 30 days that I spent in inpatient treatment, I decided that yoga would play a part in my recovery. I wanted to add yoga to my fitness program and participate in a yoga teacher training program.
I have worked at a gym since 2007 as a Personal Trainer, Pilates Trainer (2008) and Silver Sneakers Class Instructor (2007). When I got out of treatment I began participating in yoga classes at the gym and eventually various yoga studios. The efficiency of the movements was undeniable and I enjoyed the connection that I experienced to myself as I was able to tune inward as I practiced. Eventually, I began to realize that yoga is so much more than a movement practice and I wanted to incorporate yoga into every aspect of my life!
April 28, 2019, marks the day that I met my goal of completing a 235-hour yoga teacher training program through Devanadi School of Yoga and Wellness in Minneapolis.
My hope for all of you that participate in classes is that you begin to connect with the Self that resides in us all and seek to do so outside of the classroom. I look forward to learning and growing with you. Namaste!
A vinyasa style yoga practice, meaning connecting breath and movement. In Power Vinyasa, we’ll begin with dynamic postures that will challenge your physical limitations and end with deep stretches focused on recovery and calm. Want to get stronger? Come for the physical benefits. Want to have more clarity and ease in your mind? Come for the mental benefits. The class is designed to accommodate all levels.
The beginners class introduces the fundamental principles of alignment and breathwork. Students will be introduced yoga postures through step-by-step verbal description and demonstration. Emphasis is placed on student understanding, safety, and stability within each pose.
This Hatha Yoga class is 75 minutes and is intended to guide the participants further inward by including
pranayama and meditation. The class includes a variety of movements and postures including warm-ups, Sun Salutes, static postures, balance, inversions and will conclude with pranayama and meditation. Emphasis on tuning inward and establishing optimal movements. This class may not be suited ideally for beginners.
Gentle/ Restorative Yoga (Monthly)
In these gentle restorative practices, the postures are held for a long period of time; Decompressing the joints, deeply relaxing the muscles, and de-stressing the mind and body.