Andrea Conarro
Andrea Conarro – Vinyasa Flow Yoga
Andrea Conarro (RYT-200) teaches vinyasa flow. She practices to find the edges of self, to blur boundaries, and to be present. And also, yoga is FUN. Andrea invites you to come practice with her sometime, leaving all trepidation at the door.
Andrea Conarro
Ashley Turevon – Vinyasa Flow Yoga
“I have been practicing yoga for the last 7 years, since I was a senior in high school. I remember my dad and I would wake up for the early sunrise hot yoga classes at the nearby gym as a way to bond. I didn’t quite understand at the time why I was so hooked, but I was. I just knew it made me feel better. There’s something to say anatomically that when the body feels light, the mind does as well. What started for me as a motivation to get out of bed and work on those love handles, quickly became a love affair with myself. I was at a point in my life where I continually searched for an external escape, and felt empowered when I could escape within myself. My practice seriously deepened the summer of 2015 when I decided to follow through with a yoga teacher training. At a crossroads in my life, I realized yoga would always be that constant, no matter the circumstance. I could take that knowledge with me anywhere and share it with anyone. It is an abundant beauty that has taken over my world and has changed me for the better. I am not who I once was, but a 2.0 that was always inside me. I am 200 hr RYT certified Vinyasa Flow through the North Georgia Yoga Center and later this June I am doing a Chakra Yoga certification training to continue my growth. . When I’m not doing yoga, I am hiking, sunbathing, or relaxing in my hammock reading a good book (probably on essentialism, yoga, or hiking haha) with my 14 yr old Shih Tzu Penne. I am so blessed to have been able to choose a path that helps expand love and light in this world.”
Danna Foster
Danna Foster – Restorative Yoga and Work Week Wind Down classes
“Welcome! My favorite style of yoga is Restorative. I’ve led a busy lifestyle in which I didn’t do much self-care and found myself slowly dwindling in energy as I never “refilled my pot” and was constantly giving to others but not giving much time for me. Thankfully I expanded my practice at NGYC, have learned to develop and practice self-care, and have been sharing with others the bliss of restorative yoga and slow flow. I’d love to see you in class, creating time for love and care of yourself, refilling your pot, and creating some space in your life to support daily stressors. My goal for you is a space where you can let go of those things that do not serve you and find some space to breathe in the moment on your mat and hopefully carry that into your daily life. See you on the mat!”
Sydney Burgess
Sydney Burgess – Power Vinyasa
“I first began yoga as a way to exercise after quitting my gymnastics career. Little did I know it would lead me into a lifestyle I fell in love with. Yoga not only heals the body, it helps the mind and gets you in touch with your true self. Yoga gives you the opportunity to move and to feel. The practice allows me to physically challenge myself however at the same time work inward and observe my emotions and thoughts. I began practicing hot and power yoga in 2014, and finished my 200 hour certification at Red Hot Yoga in January of 2016.”
Emily Betz
Emily Betz – Vinyasa Flow Yoga
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Callie Kakascik RYT 200 – Slow Flow Vinyasa
“I started practicing yoga about 6 years ago on a whim. I found a class I could take for free, and once I did, I was hooked. I was looking to calm anxiety and be more aware, as well as get more in tune. I began my daily practice immediately. I first began in a much slower, gentle style of yoga, before finding power vinyasa. Once again I was enlightened at another level. I’ve practiced Power, Vinyasa, Restorative, Slow Flow, Yin, and Kundalini styles and love them all. I love sharing yoga with EVERY body. ”