Warm YogaFlow


This class is taught by:

Jennifer Grubba

Jennifer Grubba, MA, EdS, and 200 RYT, is passionate about teaching yoga as more than exercise or sport. As a gentle yet encouraging guide for others along their yoga journey, she is driven to help her students cultivate their own healing and transformative practice, and to lead a mindful life. Breathe. Move. Strengthen. Grow. Connect. Come experience the mind, body, and spiritual benefits of yoga with Jennifer. She is also a mother, School Psychologist, Founder of Blue Lotus Yoga Retreats, and Editor and Founder of MN Yoga Magazine.

 

Kellie Grow

As a previous personal training and group exercise participant, Kellie found her new healthy lifestyle fun and energizing. Inspired and motivated to share her knowledge and experience, she became NETA (National Exercise Trainer s Association) certified in group fitness. Her areas of passion include: Aqua training, CRT (cardio resistance training), Endurance challenges, Kickboxing, and Yoga. She is a strong believer in cross training to increase both cardio and muscular endurances. Join her in class for an optimal workout!

Kellie is also Les Mills BodyPump Certified, NETA Yoga Teacher Certified, as well as Fit2gether ™ Mommy (Daddy too!) and Baby Yoga, Pilates, and Infant Massage Certification.

Kiz Gorham

Kiz Gorham started practicing yoga in April of 2015 and was instantly hooked. She became 200-RYT certified in Elk River, MN. She believes everyone would benefit from a little yoga in their life. Whether you're coming to class to clear your mind and focus on your breath, or get that full body work out, she hopes to see you on the mat! Namaste!
Please bring layers of clothing and a towel for comfort as you warm up and cool down the muscles of your body.

The room temperature will be between 76-100*F. Please check with your doctor to make sure you are safe to workout in a warm environment.

This is a dynamic yoga practice allowing for fluid transition from postures, while maintaining connection to the breath and laying the ground work to create a flow-based practice. Foundational yet vigorous sequences can be expected.