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Hatha/Vinyasa Yoga Level 1.5


This class is taught by:

Jill Romero

Bio: I’m a native New Yorker and in 2004 I moved to California to attend graduate school and become a teacher. I have been teaching Spanish at Troy High School in Fullerton since 2006. Teaching is something that I am very passionate about, so when I began practicing yoga, I knew right away that, eventually, I would want to share it with others. I was introduced to yoga in May 2015 after sustaining a severe knee injury. Before that, I was an avid runner and soccer player. After my first class, I was captivated by the practice because it was challenging as well as rewarding. Within a few weeks, I started to notice many positive changes in my health and well-being.
 
Yoga allows me to get into a meditative state of relaxation, a conscious space that teaches me about awareness. Through yoga, I operate from a grateful space, and that appreciation has made me look at myself and my life differently. For me, yoga is so much more than the pose. It’s about quieting the mind to allow it to transform you spiritually. I see yoga as a useful complement to the other aspects of my daily life, helping to restore balance to all levels.
 
Teaching Style: I believe that yoga is a tool that helps us discern who we are, and make decisions that are in service to our emotional, physical, and spiritual nourishment. To me, yoga is a quintessential act of self-care and a chance to become embodied, empowered, and more firmly grounded in who we are. I want my students to feel that empowerment and connection when they are in my class. I strive to provide a peaceful and motivating space for my students to get in touch with themselves.
 
3 things in I would put in a time capsule: My mala beads, a picture of my loved ones, and of course, my yoga mat. :)

Aileen Pham

Bio: In the early summer of 2003, Aileen began her Hot Yoga practice after strong recommendations by her Aunt Ann. Initially her yoga practice was intended as a solution for the infamous “Freshman 10” she gained at the University of Southern California. Yet soon thereafter through an intense and dedicated practice, the fat shed and Aileen discovered that yoga's benefits offered much more than losing weight. Since childhood, Aileen suffered from acute eczema, asthma, and allergies. In fact, the allergies were quite severe and she resorted to allergen immunotherapy. Enduring the allergy shot regimen for six years, she finally stopped after developing an on going yoga practice. She soon noticed that her allergy, asthma, and eczema symptoms were beginning to slowly disappear a year later. Additionally, as an athlete with a background in tennis, swimming, and track & field, Aileen discovered a great alternative to intensive sports in Hot Yoga. Aileen soon found that Hot Yoga not only increased her flexibility, but also relieved stress, increased energy, improved balance, and developed acute body awareness and concentration. Yoga proved to be extremely complementary to her workouts outside the yoga studio.Aileen completed two 200 hour yoga teacher training with Yoga Works in 2007 and with Corepower Yoga in 2008. In 2010, she completed her 500 hour yoga therapy training. She also studied to become a personal trainer in 2007 and has taken multiple workshops to continue her education especially in the area of Acro Yoga, Kids Yoga, Pre-natal, and Aerial. Coupling her knowledge of different types of yoga and personal fitness helps her to become a better yoga instructor and therapist. Her love for the practice has inspired her to teach and help others live a healthier and balanced life.
 
Teaching Style: I teach with a lot of enthusiasm and energy as I love to motivate and support my students. No matter what style of class I am teaching, I want my students to let go and rely that I will guide them safely through an encouraging and fun class. My goal is to uplift my students' minds and bodies to face new challenges and conquer old ones all the while staying present to enjoy each moment of class.
 
3 Things I would put in a time capsule: Hanson's 1997 debut album "Middle of Nowhere," photo album of vacations with friends and family, and one of my paintings
 
Find Me: Instagram @aileenpham and @spectrayoga

Chihiro Sano

Bio: Chihiro Sano, originally from Japan, has completed Power Yoga Certification in 2011 and Hot Power Fusion and Core Restore Certification in 2013 with Corepower Yoga. Chihiro believes Yoga brings happiness in life and strength in body and is passionated about sharing her love of yoga with people of all ages. As a professional modern dancer, she has been performing thought out the country with Backhausdance at venues including McCallum Theater in Palm Desert, at Irvine Barclay Theater, at the American Dance Festival in North Carolina, Carpenter Center in Long Beach and at the Joyce SoHo in New York City. Chihiro loves to eat, sleep, eat, yoga, dance, eat, sweat, read. (and eat.)
 
Teaching Style: Flowing, Challenging, Peaceful 
 
3 Things I would put in a time capsule: Yoga Mat, Japanese chopsticks, Dance clothes
 
 

Jason Rowell

Bio: Prompted by his siblings to attend a power-vinyasa style class back in 2009, Jason began incorporating yoga into his weekly fitness regimen upon observing the benefits of a regular practice. With a background in athletics, not to mention the injuries this involved, yoga offered a unique and well- needed approach to his current beliefs involving health and fitness. To expand his practice and knowledge-base, Jason completed his 200-hour teacher training in 2012, and began teaching shortly thereafter. While his foundation stemmed primarily from the more physical nature of various yoga styles, years of regular practice have shifted his approach to a more balanced and inclusive metaphysical perspective. Jason has practiced in many styles of yoga over the years, and finds tremendous value in all physical forms when practiced with an emphasis on breath and intention. Of course, he still enjoys a challenging physical practice if nothing else. Jason also finds time to practice Tajichuan (Tai Chi) on a regular basis, believing resolutely in the systemic benefits of energetic practices like Tai Chi and yoga.
 
When not teaching yoga, Jason works in the nutrition industry, and is currently completing an MS in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine. As an advocate for alternative and integrative medicine, he believes most strongly in the healing power of nutrition and diet, yet understands that true health is only accessible when dysfunction from all sources (chemical, physical, emotional, spiritual), is addressed sufficiently and balanced within the uniqueness of our individual genetic expression. Yoga fits very well within the paradigm of holistic healing, and is a practice from which everyone can benefit in one or more ways.
 
Teaching Style: I consider my teaching style physically challenging, yet accessible to beginners and advanced practitioners alike. Most of my focus is directed towards proper alignment, structure, and breath, while working towards enhanced strength and focus. Stylistically, my sequences draw heavily from modern power vinyasa and classical Ashtanga traditions.
 
3 Things I would put in a time capsule: My collection of textbooks, my grandfather’s world war II memorabilia (I’m a huge history buff), and pictures/videos of those dearest in my life.

Nicole Quibodeaux

Bio: My love for health and well-being was sparked while taking prenatal yoga classes during my pregnancy with my first son. After a career in marketing and sales, I decided to re-enter the working world, and turned my passion for mind-body movement into a career. First, I completed my AFAA Personal Training Certification and 24 Hour Group Fitness Instructor Certification. While teaching group classes, I realized the importance of teaching others how to move intelligently. I decided to pursue my Pilates certification through STOTT PILATES® Reformer Certification and Power Pilates Comprehensive Certification. Returning to my yoga roots, I became a 500 ERYT, but my true calling as a teacher came during when I was introduced to Yoga Tune Up®. Blending my passion for alignment and concentration with a splash of fun. Continuing to further my education, I am an Integrated Yoga Tune Up® Teacher Trainer. I found my tribe!
I believe my growth as a teacher is to always remain a student. I continue my education through conferences and workshops with master teachers from around the country. I, also, have the privilege of teaching teachers through trainings, workshops and recently helped launch a new self-care program with 24 Hour Fitness nationwide.
 
Teaching Style: Through alignment, breath & movement, I strive to teach students the tools to embody their own unique body map from inside out.
 
3 things I would put in a time capsule: coffee beans, Yoga Tune Up® Therapy Balls, picture of my family
 
Find Me: www.movementreform.com

Jamie Ali

Bio: Growing up as a dancer, Jamie was first introduced to yoga in a ballet class at the age of 13. It wasn't until after her first child that she really saw the benefits, healing and beauty of yoga. She practiced mostly on her own until stumbling into a yoga class at the gym. It was then that she realized how special yoga was. After leaving that class, she felt amazingly happy, strong and emotionally empowered. She had made yoga her life. Wanting nothing more than to share the special gift with all who are willing.
 
Teaching style: I teach with love and compassion with an emphasis on alignment and safety. My teaching style is slower, allowing time and breath to melt into each pose.
 
3 things I would put in my time capsule: 1. Pictures of my family
2. French fries
3. T.V. so I can watch judge Judy (my guilty pleasure)
Hatha/Vinyasa Yoga Level 1/2: Yoga Fundamentals+
Level: All levels → good for beginners
Temperature: 85-90 degrees F
Description: Level 1.5 yoga is an instructional and confidence building class. All great things must rely on a sound foundation. This class focuses heavily on correct postural alignment and developing appropriate yogic breathing. Fundamental poses that are common to many classes such as Downward Facing Dog and Warrior Poses will be broken down for the students, and modifications will be given if needed. Building a strong yoga foundation is crucial in a student’s success on the mat as their yoga journey blossoms. Level 1.5 yoga is a class for beginners and those working towards building upon a yoga foundation. Options will be given to students to advance their practice working towards Level 2 poses.

Upcoming classes:

  • Wed Aug 23 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm with Jill Romero
  • Thu Aug 24 6:00 am - 7:00 am with John Deakers
  • Fri Aug 25 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm with Aileen Pham
  • Mon Aug 28 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm with Chihiro Sano
  • Tue Aug 29 6:00 am - 7:00 am with Jason Rowell
  • Tue Aug 29 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm with Nicole Quibodeaux
  • Wed Aug 30 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm with Jill Romero
  • Thu Aug 31 6:00 am - 7:00 am with John Deakers
  • Fri Sep 01 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm with Jamie Ali
  • Mon Sep 04 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm with Chihiro Sano
  • Tue Sep 05 6:00 am - 7:00 am with Jason Rowell
  • Tue Sep 05 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm with Nicole Quibodeaux
  • Wed Sep 06 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm with Jill Romero
  • Thu Sep 07 6:00 am - 7:00 am with John Deakers
  • Fri Sep 08 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm with Jamie Ali
  • Mon Sep 11 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm with Chihiro Sano
  • Tue Sep 12 6:00 am - 7:00 am with Jason Rowell
  • Tue Sep 12 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm with Nicole Quibodeaux
  • Wed Sep 13 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm with Jill Romero
  • Thu Sep 14 6:00 am - 7:00 am with John Deakers


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