LIT & FIT YOGA
Sun Jun 11 2023 at 09:30 am to 10:30 am
Flamingo Cocktail Club | Nashville, TN
About this Event
Rise and shine on Sunday mornings to get your body moving ! This 60-minute guided yoga practice will challenge your strength, flexibility, balance, and mind.
- Receive a complimentary mimosa, cold brew, or tea after class!
- Classes are open to all levels.
- Bring a mat. If you don’t have one or forget, no worries! Mats are available to borrow.
- Doors open at 9:15 AM.
- Class begins promptly at 9:30 AM.
- Space is limited. Maximum capacity is 16 people.
- Class will be outside class, weather permitting, or inside on the Flamingo Club dance floor if it is cold or raining.
Alexis Jones (1st Sunday)
Be ready to get out of your head and into your body with this creative Vinyasa-style power flow! Breaking away from traditional sequencing, this class is designed to flow with the beat of the music where you will fluidly move through creative transitions, strength drills, (and even a little dance moves if the music calls for it)! This class is open to all levels by offering modifications for beginners & options to advance into arm balances, binds or inversions if it is a part of your practice! Expect a vibe-y playlist with a little hip hop + be ready to unleash your inner goddess and feel empowered.
Alexis is a lover of all movement and music! She grew up in competitive gymnastics and dance and discovered her love of teaching movement and body mechanics in 2013. She is a 200hr RYT, certified personal trainer and barre instructor that loves bringing strength drills, fun and empowerment through education into her classes. She takes her playlists seriously ;) to create a trance vibe to help you get out of your mind, into your body and hopefully learn something new about your body while you’re at it.
Miranda Fuller (2nd/5th Sunday)
Your yoga practice is unique to you, just like your fingerprints and handwriting, which is a beautiful thing! Miranda encourages students to listen to their bodies, have fun, take as many breaks as needed, and above all “be a friend to yourself” when trying anything new or challenging. This class is open to all levels and guarantees to get your blood pumping and to make you sweat, as you flow to a fun and unique playlist featuring some of Nashville’s best artists.
Miranda’s yoga journey began in 2001 at Unity Woods Yoga Center in Washington, D.C., a studio focused on the teachings of B.K.S. Iyengar, modern yoga’s most influential teacher. Through this study, she learned that yoga is for any and every body. In 2014 a friend invited her to a Vinyasa class and she was immediately hooked.
Miranda enjoys the discipline and foundation from her Iyengar practice, but also the freedom and creativity that Vinyasa offers. She received her 200 RYT Vinyasa certificate from Rising Wolf Yoga School in 2020 and teaches at Hot Yoga of East Nashville and Small World Yoga. In addition, Miranda is a professional calligrapher, engraver, art teacher, graphic designer, and fine artist. This variety keeps her energized and fuels her creativity. A lifelong student, she continues to learn from the most inspiring calligraphers, artists, and yogis around the world.
Coartney Johnson (3rd Sunday)
Coartney was born in Atlanta GA, and has been living in Nashville for four years. Coartney first started practicing yoga in 2017 after being introduced to a local studio by a friend. She fell so in love with the practice that she obtained her 200-hour Vinyasa Certification in 2020 as well as completing the 200-hour Hot 26 training in 2021. Coartney loves the Mind and Body connection that yoga has created in her everyday life and hopes to share this unity and love with others.
Abbie Rice / Katie Ford (4th Sunday)
After practicing for 10 years Abbie decided it was time to commit to yoga teacher training. In 2020 she completed her 200 RYT at Rising Wolf Yoga School. Abbie teaches all over town focusing on vinyasa flow, YIN and kids yoga. Mixing traditional postures with creative flow, focusing the mind and breath for a fun, challenging experience.
Katie believes that yoga is not about how flexible you are or even how in shape you are, it’s about becoming comfortable enough with yourself to sit in silence, to move with your breath, and to create space where there once was none. Kick off Sunday Funday with Katie and an upbeat 60 minutes Vinyasa Yoga Flow featuring a high energy playlist. You will be guided through strong sequences of traditional Sun Salutations and standing postures to build strength and endurance.
Alexandra Moga (sub)
Alexandra’s yoga journey began in childhood, when during summer breaks in Romania she would meditate alongside her aunt who taught her practices in forgiveness, focused breathing, and energetic visualization. In her teens, she took her first yoga asana class and was hooked–finding the practice perfectly suited her passion for movement and dedication to spirituality. After four years of university in Paris, she returned home to New York City where she’s immersed herself in the yogic path since 2010.
Alexandra’s classes are dynamic and uplifting, weaving together creative sequencing, intuitive alignment, mind-balancing breath-work, the science of Kundalini, and poetic prompts informed by the Bhakti path to invoke a deep inner connection. She bows to the many teachers and students who have guided her ever-closer to understanding and offering the magic of yoga.
Charlane Brady (sub)
Charlane began meditating and practicing yoga in 1998 to calm her mind and heal her knee injuries. As a result, she began to feel better and noticed many other benefits of practicing yoga. Eight years later, she received her first yoga teaching certification in Los Angeles, CA, and since then, she has taught in multiple states and countries.
Through her years of teaching and practicing yoga, she has learned that practicing yoga is about showing up on your yoga mat and focusing on what you can do. Yoga is not about what you cannot do. Breathe and move your body daily to the best of your ability and the rest will follow.
Charlane loves leading students through various yoga methods such as vinyasa, hot26, hot power flow, yin, and restorative yoga in a class or private setting.
Where is it happening?Flamingo Cocktail Club, 509 Houston Street, Nashville, United States
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