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Mallory teaches with the intent to help people get to know themselves: physically learning and expanding their limits, mentally understanding what stories are holding them back versus what ignites their fire, and spiritually building a bond with their truth. Her aim is to hold the space for students to realize unconditional self-acceptance. Her classes are deep and peppered with a little comedy and funky vinyasa sequences, and her casual tone is a clear demarcation of her belief that there is no use in hiding or putting on airs during yoga practice. Come to Mallory's class well hydrated and ready to sweat; leave feeling elevated.
Ambrosia's approach to Yoga stems from her desire to respond compassionately to all who seek healing, peace, and acceptance. Her classes offer opportunities for students of all ages and levels to develop strength, balance and awareness. She brings to the mat nearly 20 years of Yoga practice, her experiences as a wife and mother and enough humor to keep her from taking herself too seriously.
I’ve casually practiced yoga for over five years but didn’t fully commit to it as a daily facet of my life until 2013 when I turned to my practice to help calm anxiety, find some quiet time as a working mother of four, and to stave off injuries while training for marathons. I received my certification through Lotus House of Yoga in 2014 after spending a year teaching at three of the four local YMCAs and realizing that, while I spend my days in an office, yoga is truly my passion. I’ve incorporated yoga into my daily life, adapting as I need from vinyasa and power yoga for a work out to meditation, yin, and restorative to calm a racing mind and relax the body. Expecting my fifth child, I have spent this pregnancy adapting my love of power yoga to accommodate a growing baby and have fallen in love with prenatal yoga.
Meghan has been in love with yoga since she was 12 and always knew that she wanted to be a teacher. In 2008 she was pursuing her art degree when she became a mother. Becoming a mother led her on a journey to self-discovery with the help of meditation. Soon after, she began leading guided meditations. She loved it so much she knew she was finally on the right path. In 2012 she started Yoga Teacher Training and became a 200-hour RYT. She is a Registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher through Yoga Alliance, a professional birth doula, a fine artist, and a Reiki Master. Always the student, she is currently working on getting her 95-hour Registered Children’s Yoga Teacher certification and is working towards her 500-RYT. She loves sharing her enthusiasm for meditation, yoga and self-discovery. She believes that we are always becoming, always creating and always on the right path... the path of love.
Young Yogis (ages 4-8) develop balance, coordination and self-control through the practice of Yoga postures and lessons. The instructor incorporates games, stories and the Take 5 program.