Tuesdays, 6pm w/ Codi
Stretch and strengthen in this one hour slow flow vinyasa style yoga class. In this class it’s about how it feels, not how it looks. Through functional mobility movements, full body engagement and strengthening, and breathwork practice, this class helps benefit any computer body, burned out body, out of shape body. And, will leave anybody feeling rejuvenated, refreshed, and relaxed.
Thursdays, 6pm w/ Carolyn
This class focuses on using the breath to improve mobility, functional strength, and relaxation. The class incorporates Ashtanga-inspired poses at a slow and restful pace to allow you to connect to your breath and body. Expect to leave class feeling relaxed and grounded.
Wednesdays, 9am w/ Sarah
Take a break to unlock your mind and body. This 45min class is designed to
complement your weight training program and ease everyday mind & body stress using facilitated full body stretching, mobility and corrective exercises.
Lizzie Wurm, RYT 200, is a passionate Yoga Teacher with advanced training in Hatha Yoga (Rishikesh, India) + Vinyasa Yoga (San Diego, CA). She is committed to creating a safe and intelligent sequence that nourishes the body, mind, and spirit. Outside of yoga, Lizzie loves spending as much time as possible in the sunshine, playing in the ocean, traveling the world, and spending time with friends and family.
John Q, ERYT-500, hails from New York and has been teaching yoga full time since 2014. Upon receiving his 300 hour certification in September 2015, John began a rigorous full-time teaching schedule of around 20 classes a week throughout New York and New Jersey. He now leads international retreats as well as 200 & 300 hr Yoga Teacher Trainings in San Diego. In his spare time, John also works as a mentor new yoga teachers grow their ability to lead local retreats. He also works with animal rescue organizations and makes a mean homemade vegan taco!
Lara is a registered Ashtanga yoga teacher and completed her 200 hour RYT training in San Diego. Lara has been practicing yoga since 2000. She has lived and practiced in Miami, Dallas, Vancouver, BC, Norwich, UK, Chicago, IL, and currently San Diego, CA. Lara’s philosophy is to make yoga approachable, to help students realize untapped possibilities, and to facilitate the reaping of yoga’s endless benefits.