Donation Yoga10:00am - 11:00am every Saturday. All skill levels are welcome. Check us out on Facebook for more info.
Amy FitzGerald Amy has been practicing yoga since 1997. She received her teacher training and advanced training in 2003 and 2004 through her teacher Chandra Om at the NC School of Yoga. She teaches classical hatha raja yoga which incorporates postures, breath work and introduction to meditation/concentration. There are typically more beginning/intermediate postures held for longer periods of time in a slow and mindful manner. The class is adaptable to students at all levels, offering more advanced or basic modifications as needed by each student.
Louisa Kemmer, RYT-200 Louisa has been a yoga practitioner for many years and completed her teacher training at Blue Lotus of Raleigh in 2012. She teaches a Vinyasa style practice and enjoys sharing her love of yoga with others.
Robin Kullberg Robin first practiced bikram hot yoga in 2007. She fell in love with practice and continued exploring other styles and methods including yin-yoga, restorative, kundalini, hatha, vinyasa flow and meditation. She became a certified yoga instructor in May 2012 through Wilmington Yoga Center with Kristin Cooper. Workshops with Blue Lotus in Raleigh, NC and The Himalyaian Instutitute in Honesdale, PA are an integral part of Robin's life. Her classes typically include short meditations/groundings, pranyama (breath) and vinyassa flow.
Kristen Rice-Gira, RYT 200 After discovering first-hand how yoga can transform by reducing anxiety and stress, give clarity of mind, and promote healthful living, Kristen is inspired to bring the joy of yoga to others. She dove in head-first into blue lotus’ 285 hour teacher training program (earning her RYT 200 certification) and has delved into teaching Vinyasa. Her Vinyasa flow classes guide students’ movement with each breath, bringing focus within, quieting the mind, and strengthening body and spirit. She enjoys teaching beginners and more experienced yogi alike; offering modifications so that all levels can take part. Yoga does not require flexibility, just a willingness to learn and coming to the mat as you are. For more information go to www.destressyoga.org.