Interactive Online Deep Dive into the Second Series of Ashtanga Yoga. This six week course will help build your knowledge and confidence in practicing and teaching the Intermediate Series postures as well as deepen your understanding of the physical and subtle effects of the practice.
Teachers talk a lot about holding space. But what I have learned is its not actually space we are holding - it's people.
This program is for students and teachers who want the help and guidance of someone who pushed play before you did. You are not alone ❤️Learn More
30 minutes of Pilates exercises sequenced to strengthen your posture and counter the effects of sitting at a desk all day.
Your practice personalized for your body and mind. This is the ideal way to learn how to modify the practice for an injury or to learn how to work with your weaknesses. Private classes are a great opportunity to breakdown difficult asanas and learn new techniques or to create a customized approach based on your needs and wellness goals.Schedule Now
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"I benefitted from Jen's example, her encouragement, and her no-drama approach to the practice. Jen teaches her students to show up, over and over, she provides support and also leaves a lot of space for each student to learn what the practice is for them."
"Jen René is one of the hardest working and passionate teachers I know. Through the true and deep connections she has with her own teachers, her dedicated students students and her own practice inspired one of the most thriving Mysore programs in the country."
"Jen's instruction is accurate and effective. Through her teaching she empowers students and allows them to flourish and grow."
"This course is great. The reason why I bought it is to help me to remember and re-focus on these foundation postures after having practiced Ashtanga a number of years. The foundation poses are really important. The way Jen broke down the poses helped me to slow it down and think about each part of it. I have to say it was hard!"