BYC Springs Into March
Sunday, March 16th
9:00am - 11:00am
Rienzi House - Museum of Fine Arts
1406 Kirby Dr, Houston, TX 77019
Jennifer holds a masters in psychology and has been practicing yoga since 1994 and teaching since 2002. A "Yogapreneur" and an activist for yoga, Jenny founded Jennyoga Studios, Breathe the Cure Inc. 501(c)(3), OneYogaUSA Training Program & Conference, Texas Yoga Association and the Texas Yoga Conference. Jennifer’s teaching style is Rootism and the Agni Experience – The Martial Arts of Flow Yoga. Rootism is the belief that truth is all around us, yet often hidden like a gem in the rough waiting for us to discover it with great enthusiasm. The greatest task for the seeker is to polish and refine new meaning from what we have experienced and create a greater vision for ourselves.
Sarah is a 500-RYT who has practiced and studied yoga since 2002. She received her 200 hour certification with Laughing Lotus Yoga Center and her 500 hour certification from Yogamaya, both in New York City. Her classes are devoted to truth and joy, using yoga as the path inward to find the true Self. Sarah offers an energetic vinyasa practice infused with yoga philosophy and a focus on spirit. Sarah thanks her teachers Ali Cramer, Keith Borden, Stacey Brass, Bryn Chrisman, Gaura Vani Buchwald, and Pauline Schloesser, among many others, as well as all her students, for their wisdom and inspiration.
Larry Thraen (E-RYT 200 RYT 500) is a Vinyasa style power flow instructor. Through the skillful provision of modifications, Larry makes the asana practice accessible to yogis of all levels. His classes are challenging, intelligent, and always playful. He teaches from life experience and weaves the traditional wisdom of the Tibetan Diamond Sutras, A Course in Miracles, and transpersonal psychology into the practice.
Athea’s classes incorporate a variety of yoga styles and teacher influences with just the right amount of personal uniqueness that creates a fusion of invigorating, challenging, inspiring and spiritually-minded practices. You will find strains of hatha, gentle and power vinyasa, and a dab of pilates, with some sprinklings of influences from Ana Forrest, Baron Baptiste and Dana Trixie Flynn, with some colorful swirls of bhakti bliss, all wrapped with an edge of her own yoginess. Athea teaches yoga because “it rocks the mind, body, breath!” and she loves to share that realization with newbies, aspiring yogis, seasoned yogis, and everyone in between and all around.
Jiv Jago is a group of musicians and singers who perform kirtan, musical mantra meditation meant to uplift the mind, body, and soul. Jiv Jago literally means "wake up, sleeping soul," and together through kirtan we try to awaken the inner spirit of love within all of us.