Each instructor here at Pilgrimage of the Heart Yoga brings his or her own love, style, compassion, and expertise for the practice to the students of yoga. With instructors of various backgrounds and techniques, we're able to offer a full range of classes and are excited to have you discover your own individual practice. Learn more about our instructors below.
Sujantra was born in San Francisco in 1962 and moved to San Diego in 1980 to attend UCSD. He is the founder and owner of the Pilgrimage of the Heart Yoga Studio. He first became interested in hatha yoga as a young boy and used his practice of asanas (the yoga postures) and pranayama (breathing techniques) as a stepping stone into the “inner aspects” of yoga: concentration, meditation and contemplation.
Sujantra has authored five books on eastern philosophy, success motivation and meditation. Two of his books were used by major universities to teach wellness, stress reduction and comparative religion. Over the past 20 years, he has delivered over one thousand lectures on meditation and yoga in over 25 countries.
Sujantra opened the Pilgrimage of the Heart studio in 2006. In each of his yoga classes, Sujantra offers the complete yoga experience by teaching all eight aspects of yoga and exploring the relevance of this ancient art in our modern lives. He teaches Beginning / Gentle Yoga; Yoga for Children and Hatha Levels I and II, which includes Sun Salutations, shoulder stand and headstand. He encourages students to practice both at home and at the studio.
Sujantra has studied meditation with spiritual teacher Sri Chinmoy since 1980. Sujantra is an ACE certified Group Fitness Instructor.
Please visit Soul's Delight to purchase Sujantra's books and CDs:
- 7 Secrets to Super-Health
- Paths are Many, Truth is One: Exploring the Unity of All Religions
- Learn to Meditate
- Strategies for Success: An Outline for Personal Growth
- Focus – Relax – Peace (60 min. CD)
Dr. Arezou Ghane is a health psychologist, yoga instructor, dancer, and founder of Auteur Health and Wellness. Her passion is to share her love of movement and the science of wellbeing to support others seeking to live healthy and intentional lives.
Arezou took her first Hatha yoga class when she was 18 years old. Since then, she continued to practice at various studios in northern and southern California. It was through her introduction to Ashtanga Yoga that she learned how, with discipline and dedication, a consistent yoga practice could improve mental and physical performance in almost any context.
Arezou’s classes focus on linking movements together so that they intuitively “flow” from one pose to the next, while also emphasizing breath, intention, strength, and balance. Arezou loves to share the art of yoga as a tool for wellbeing, and she enjoys watching her students flourish as they start to pay more mindful attention to their breath and body.
Daniel first came to the practice of yoga in 2010. They quickly fell in love with the ancient teachings and philosophies and their world shifted. In 2013 Daniel completed their 200hr YTT in New York and by the end of 2014 they finished a 300hr YTT.
Daniel enjoys teaching creative, dynamic flows while incorporating themes and intentions, seamlessly weaving the philosophies of yoga in with the physical practice. In their classes, Daniel focuses on alignment, breath, and intention setting, allowing for the mind, body, and heart to connect throughout the practice. They are known for their authentic teaching style that creates a safe environment for students to explore their own practice.
Daniel is trained in many styles including, but not limited to Hatha, Vinyasa, and Restorative Yoga. Their ultimate goal through sharing this practice is to cultivate a space where any and all students are able to dive a little bit deeper into themselves and embrace their true essence, offering them more peace and joy in their practices on and off the mat, every single day.
Emily Ruth is an E-RYT200 certified yoga teacher and an Ayurvedic Health Counselor. She first found yoga through injury and chronic pain. Within the practice of the 8 limbs of yoga she has found healing for herself and watched others blossom. She has practiced many different modalities and studied yogic philosophy in addition to the sister science of Ayurveda. Pulling from the modalities of Iyengar, Yin, and Deep Yoga in addition to mindfulness and self-compassion Emily believes that we are growing and learning in perfect alignment on our path of self-realization.
Heather Fenwick brings a mosaic of knowledge and learning to the mat when guiding a yoga class. She has completed various yoga teacher trainings (since 2005), studied Ayurveda, yoga, and Indian culture in India (throughout most of 2006), and has completed her Master’s degree at PCOM, adding the intricate, venerable wisdom of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture, and Anatomy to her expertise.
Heather presents her students with yoga-philosophy-nuggets so they can cultivate a deeper practice and a greater sense wellness off the mat as well. She balances the inspiring with the practical, the uplifting with the grounding, so that students may carry a mindfulness and a lightness with them into all parts of their lives.
A “recovering gypsy”, Heather also leads retreats to India, Central America, and within Southern California. www.recoveringgypsy.com
My journey on the path of Yoga began in 2005. After my first yoga class ever, I felt a sense of inner peace and rejuvenation that I had never experienced before. The physical practice of breathing and moving through asana brought me out of my mind and into my heart, and I felt a deep connection to my spiritual being. Yoga soon became a daily ritual to cleanse my mind, energize my body, and nourish my soul. This transformative practice has helped me break down barriers of ego and self-imposed limitations, and opens me up into a limitless space of possibility where my spirit can thrive! I had to share this beautiful gift with the world! In 2009, I received my 200 hour R.Y.T. at Corepower Yoga, and I have been teaching and continuing to learn more about this ancient practice ever since.
Through the powerful tools of deep breathing, music, and moving meditation, my classes are a creative fusion of elements to awaken your soul and ignite your spirit. I truly love witnessing others experience these beautiful transformations that occur on the journey of Yoga that we share, and it is my intention to help guide you, the student, on your path of healing, growth, and self-discovery in whatever way best serves You. Namaste.
Jackie’s Class Style: In gentle yoga classes, Jackie likes to blend a mixture of restorative poses and gentle stretches. The practice is slow and meditative, and she encourages students to listen to their bodies and allow the poses to unfold in their own unique way. One can expect to leave class feeling rejuvenated and refreshed.
Jamie began her love affair with yoga in the heart of South Carolina. Her first teacher, Stacey Millner-Collins, transformed her approach to physical disciplines and taught her what it meant to live in the moment, breath by breath. After living with chronic leukemia for ten years, Jamie decided to change the course of her life and infuse it with more joy. She moved to San Diego in the summer of 2013 and enrolled in a teacher training program.
Jamie’s insatiable thirst for knowledge and growth inspired her to take an advanced vinyasa teacher training with Jason Crandell in San Francisco in 2016. She brings an accessible approach to functional anatomy and yoga philosophy empowering students to contemplate and rediscover their wholeness. She incorporates mindfulness into each of her classes, focusing on THIS breath, THIS pose, THIS moment. Her classes are challenging, uplifting and playful. She fosters a safe, supportive environment for students to engage with and explore their curiosity and dive deep into the myriad layers of their being.
Jamie’s Class Style: Jamie enjoys teaching a challenging yet fun and accessible class for all levels of yogis. She offers various levels of postures so everyone leaves feeling empowered and uplifted.
Internationally grown and raised, Jenny has spent her life around the world, living in different countries and states and collecting passport stamps before she could even walk. A global citizen, she’s from nowhere and everywhere.
In 2011, Jenny wandered into a gym offering yoga classes in a tiny room in the basement. She wanted to try something new and signed up thinking it would just be a good activity to do. Little did she know, her personal practice would evolve through the years, a journey that opened her eyes to a health trifecta of physical, mental, and emotional self-care benefits. Practicing yoga brings her peace, focus, positive challenge, self-awareness, and an open mind and heart. She began her RYT-200 training in Spring 2019 and wants to share these benefits through Restorative yoga with all levels of students, and to continue being a lifelong student herself.
Outside of yoga, Jenny’s other interests include self-development podcasts, movies, road trips and national parks, wildlife conservation, and travel and landscape photography.
Jessica began practicing yoga in 2002 during her college years. She immediately felt the benefits of finding a deeper connection between mind, body, and spirit and is committed to sharing that passion with others. After receiving her B.A. degree Jessica worked in social services for seven years. She became credentialed with Yoga Alliance as a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT 200), specializing in Hatha and Vinyasa and later completed training in Restorative yoga. Jessica facilitates a safe place where you can explore and unfold layers of your practice. She will encourage you to move and breathe with awareness to find balance in body and mind. Jessica believes yoga is for everyone and provides options and modifications for all levels, she encourages others to listen to their body’s wisdom and be playful with their practice. Jessica strives for a peaceful experience which will flow through the rest of your day.
My yoga journey began in 2003 as a practitioner, but it wasn't until issues with Lupus Nephritis threatened my life that I took a leap of faith and decided to devote myself to the teachings and practice of Hatha yoga. I completed my 200-hour Hatha Yoga Teacher Training in 2013, 100-hour Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga Training in 2014, Level II Reiki Practioner in 2016 and 20-hour Restorative Yoga Training in 2018.
My practice carried me through my health challenges and allowed me to find a deep connection, love and respect for my body, while also providing me the stillness of mind and spirit to overcome the emotional challenges associated with them. My mission is to introduce the healing attributes of yoga, and to empower others to connect with the divine and inner warrior that lives within each of us.
I'm an island girl from Puerto Rico, ocean lover and life enthusiast! I am thrilled to share my energy, knowledge and experiences with all those who seek it.
Josie’s curiosity of nature and philosophy guided her to the harmonious system of yoga in 2008. She deepened her practice with San Diego based Happy-U Yoga Center’s teacher training in 2015 and has been passionate about sharing the wisdom of yoga since. Her teachings center around the breath and self-love to guide students through a safe and balanced practice, with the ultimate goal of aligning oneself with their very aliveness and wholeness. She believes people are the experts of their bodies and aims to hold space for students to explore their yoga practice with curiosity and compassion. She teaches trauma-informed yoga in a variety of settings including schools, community centers, and yoga studios. She teaches at the E-RYT 200 level and is YACEP certified.
In her free time, Josie loves to read, spend time in nature with her dogs, attend live music shows and dance!
Kara discovered the benefits of yoga, meditation and a regular practice in 2013. After embarking upon her first retreat and taking the time to listen to her body, she simply fell in love. Over the years Kara has immersed herself in the world of yoga and enjoys how her practice is ever-changing and always growing. Kara is a graduate of the Pilgrimage 200-hour teacher training program and finds joy in teaching yoga, building relationships within her yoga community and sharing her passion for wellness with others.
From an early age Karen has been mystified by the movement, mysteries, and possibilities of the human body. When she was introduced to yoga in her twenties, she found a certain solace and calling that she never experienced in the world of competitive and recreational athletics. She knew that she needed to keep digging, to follow the beckoning call, and to embrace the learning that yoga so readily invites to all who are willing to surrender to their own yogic path. Karen never stops being amazed at the light that yoga in all its forms brings to an individual and a community. She absolutely believes that people should not have to endure suffering whether physical, emotional, or mental.
Through her work as a yoga teacher, personal trainer, and group exercise leader she hopes to encourage better movement to foster a deeper sense of knowledge of the self- to connect the inner work with the outer work. She studied under Nikole Fortier at Pilgrimage of the Heart Yoga Studio for her RYT 200, and under Shelby Lafrinere for her continuing foray into Yin Yoga.
When she is not teaching, working, or on her mat, Karen can be found playing in the kitchen, sinking into a good book, and spending time with both human and nonhuman friends. It’s very difficult for her to ever turn down a delicious piece of raw vegan chocolate (the darker the better).
Karen's Class Style: In Yin Yoga, Karen emphasizes the use of extended time in a pose to guide the yogi to not only loosen adhesions in connective tissue, but also the adhesions of the mind. She strives to create a practice where people will feel more balanced, calm, and inspired to know that they are their own healer.
Kari Ross-Berry, M.A., is educated in practical, philosophical, and historical Yoga and its various lineages both East and West, having obtained her Masters of Yoga Arts through Loyola Marymount University. She is registered with Yoga Alliance as a continuing education provider for the yoga community at large (YACEP).
Her mission and experience are in teaching Yoga philosophy, asana, pranayama, and guided meditation to help students understand their unique mind-body complex in order to overcome obstacles. Compassionately helping others to expand their mental and physical well being includes stress reduction and mind-body acuity. Designing and delivering courses, classes, and workshops from an Ayurvedic point of view, and actively striving to meet students where they are at, whether in a group or private setting. In this manner, enabling others to think and act creatively from an authentic sense of self through the practice of Yoga.
Kari’s interests and research include the conjunction between Yoga and art.
Kat found Yoga when looking for a complement to long-distance running. She found that practicing Yoga not only enhanced her physically but also helped ease her struggle with stress and anxiety better than anything she had tried before. After a devastating knee injury left her permanently sidelined from running, she dove into Yoga further, enriching her knowledge and practice.
Having taught English and Kindergarten abroad in multiple countries, she wanted to extend her love of teaching to Yoga and got her Yoga Teacher Training in Baja California, Mexico to spread her love of Yoga with others.
Kat believes Yoga is much more than a physical practice and is constantly learning and practicing mindfulness in an effort to improve her life and that of her students, both on and off the mat. In her time off she enjoys hiking, traveling and cooking delicious and nutritious meals.
Kelly has been a student of yoga for 10 years. Also a professional singer and actor, she initially began delving into the practice in order to stay in shape, expand her breath capacity, and sharpen her concentration onstage. However, the practice of yoga transformed her in ways she never expected. It gave her the tools to feel at peace within her body and mind, to feel confident and powerful in expressing her truth, and to refocus her purpose in the world. Motivated by the desire to connect, empower, and share this with others, she enrolled in the YTT program at Pilgrimage of the Heart where she completed her Yoga Alliance RYT 200 hour certification in 2017. Kelly is honored to share the joy of this transformative practice with students of every background.
Kriday is a former athlete with a passion for mindful movement and fitness. She was raised with a competitive mindset from an early age and first viewed yoga simply as a new challenge. A few years into her practice, she experienced benefits beyond the mat that undeniably transformed her perspective and life's purpose. After undergoing these shifts in mental health and towards personal development she felt called to introduce the practice to others and recieved education through Eastern and Western trainings.
Above all, Kriday strives to create an environment that is inclusive, paired with movement that is accessible for all body types. Knowing that each body is different and feels different from day to day, she empowers her students to take on shapes that best serve them in any given moment.
Kriday's classes are built with her students' goals in mind, setting them up for a successful practice each step of the way. She takes pride in teaching vinyasa consciously centered around a focal posture or intention that will leave you feeling mentally prepared, physically engaged, and energetically awakened.
After graduating from the University of Colorado, I spent ten years in the corporate world, not enjoying it much and doing a ton of yoga to compensate. After having two babies in two years, my husband and I were trying to adjust to life with small children and took a course in transcendental meditation. Long story short, it was life changing and I have spent the last five years practicing, reading and listening to everything I can get my hands on about meditation and mindfulness practice. I made a decision not to go back to my cubicle and instead pursue a career where I could practice doing what I love - teaching yoga & meditation. I have been practicing yoga for 15 years and enjoy teaching a variety of styles, from a vigorous vinyasa flow to a meditative restorative. I also teach meditation and currently work with the San Diego Police Department, leading officers through mindfulness during their pre-shift line-up. It has been one of the most rewarding things I've ever done and am proud to be a part of the pilot program, which is proving to be successful and quickly expanding to other departments around the country.
Yoga found me in 1998, and it is certainly responsible for transforming my life from an unexamined existence into a deeply felt experience. The physical practice has its own rewards, and I found relief from chronic back pain on my mat. What amazed me, and continues to amaze me is the subtlety of yoga’s power. Out of this simple desire to be free of pain grew an awareness of the immeasurable value of each moment of our lives. This new mindfulness gave me a sense of deep connection that has carried me through some grave times with hope and humor. Yoga offers many lessons, but one of the most resonant to me is that to let go of suffering, you must first accept things as they are, and then accept that they will change.
Originally from Canada, I hold a B. Ed in secondary education and taught for several years before moving to the Caribbean and then later to Savannah, Georgia. I began my yoga training in the Caribbean and studied with teachers there, in Canada and in the US. A teacher at heart, I returned to my calling and began teaching yoga in 2009 after completing my first teacher training with the Aura Wellness Center in Rhode Island. Always seeking to expand my knowledge and training, I completed a second 200 hour program with Deva Parnell at the Discovery Yoga Center in St. Augustine, Florida. Kripalu inspired, my teaching style is grounded in honoring the body and its innate wisdom. I bring dedication, compassion and a sense of lightheartedness to all my classes, but what drives and inspires me most is a profound belief in the transformative power of the practice both on and off the mat.
Lauren's Class Style: Lauren's teaching style is built on a foundation of honest awareness and acceptance of our bodies in the present moment. Her strong emphasis on action and alignment in the physical body is balanced by story-telling and philosophical exploration. She encourages her students to experience, to laugh and to grow in all of her classes.
With a background in gymnastics and dance, Lena finds the physicality of yoga to be a delightful and challenging way to move the body without competition. The spiritual aspects of yoga have aided Lena in the never-ending search for peace, calm, and positivity within and she is passionate about sharing these tools with others. Lena is intentional about taking yoga off the mat and loves finding the bridges between the heart and mind, the individual and community, and mindfulness and expression. To complement the creative practice of yoga, Lena holds degrees in ethnic studies and women’s studies and is dedicated to making the joyfulness of yoga accessible to all people.
Lena's Class Style: Lena offers a hatha/vinyasa class that includes strong asana, pranayama, breath-to-movement flowing transitions, alignment cues, a philosophical theme woven throughout, and ideas for taking your yoga off the mat
I am a certified mindfulness based practitioner providing restorative practices such as meditation, yoga, therapeutic life coaching, sound healing, and retreats to adults looking to restore back into wellness. I received my 200-hour yoga teacher certification through Laura Plumb and Bhava Ram of the Deep Yoga Mastery of Life program in the summer of 2015. I have further training through the UCSD Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction program, Vipassana 10-day Silent Meditation Intensive, Street Yoga Trauma Yoga Therapy Intensive and the Cancer Therapy Yoga Teacher Intensive. I believe practicing & embracing yoga teaches people to be a great observer of their mind, body and spirit. Through the uncovering of the truth of our existence, joy and love can easily come shining through.
Marie is a native San Diegan whose path first converged with yoga and mindfulness meditation in 2013. The therapeutic elements of the practice radically shifted her life, inspiring her to delve deeper into the practice and eventually pursue a path in teaching. She is passionate about creating spaces for individuals to slow down and harness inherent tools like breath and conscious movement to better understand their physical and mental patterns. Marie defines yoga simply as intimacy - intimacy with the breath, the body, the human experience - and believes this intimacy enables us to lead more mindful, inspired and connected lives.
Marie teaches with the intention of creating a safe space for students to explore their physical, mental and breath landscapes. Expect a deep emphasis on breath, exploratory movement, and time for meditation in her classes. Marie completed her 200 hour certification in 2017 and has since completed training in Buddhist psychology and meditation practices, yin yoga, pranayama, prenatal yoga, and trauma-informed mindfulness. She hopes students walk away from class feeling renewed and inspired to welcome the same curiosity, compassion, and consciousness found on the mat into all aspects of their lives.
Marney has been practicing yoga since 1996. She became a Certified Yoga Teacher through the Sivananda Yoga Teachers' Training Course at the ashram in Grass Valley, California. Marney seeks to enrich the lives of students through a gentle and informative teaching style, incorporating postures or asanas, breathing exercises (pranayama), relaxation (savasana), positive thinking and meditation. Her goal as a teacher is to help students to discover and embrace their true nature, happiness and inner peace.
Marney's Class Style: Marney’s Yoga 1 class provides an easy-to-understand overview of the basics of hatha yoga, including postures (asanas), breath work (pranayama), and positive thinking/meditation. Her classes are relaxing and refreshing, with an emphasis on the connection between mind and body, breath and movement.
Nam is an RYT500 and E-RYT200 teacher who has studied under Jason Crandell. As a student and teacher of yoga and functional movement modalities, his yoga classes are grounded in strength, anatomical detail and mindfulness. Nam offers detailed verbal cues and expert hands on adjustments/assists to help his students find a fuller experience in their yoga practice; emphasizing breath and proper alignment in each of his classes. Whether teaching a restorative or vinyasa class, students can expect to explore their strengthens, work on focus, and learn to find balance on and off the mat.
Nicole encourages self-love & healing through her teaching which allows students to discover their joy, contentment & inner peace. Discovering Yoga in 1995 and embracing its unique qualities of balance & tranquility ultimately led her to share this ancient practice with others.
Nicole completed Mastery of Life Training with Deep Yoga School of Healing Arts in 2007 which she feels was the perfect complement not only to her yoga practice but to her overall life & well-being. This allowed her to focus on an Inner Peace deep healing practice which has led her to have a very open-minded approach instructing others. In her Hatha based classes, students will be guided to unify & balance the energies that naturally reside within as well as integrate Universal Teachings of Love, Light & Unity to enhance the journey of life.
Embracing the evolution of her path over the past couple years Nicole has enjoyed studying Reiki, Meditation, Yoga Nidra & Feng Shui, as well as continuing to facilitate workshops. The next pursuit will be to take her love of travel & sharing yoga out into the world, offering workshops in beautiful destinations.
Her goal as a teacher is to help students to discover and embrace their true nature, happiness and inner peace while immersing themselves in a perpetual state of love & overall peace of mind.
Nicole also owns Shanti Spa & Gallery, a peaceful retreat of beauty & wellness, located in Normal Heights.
Nicole’s Class Style: Nicole teaches an Inner Peace practice enhancing balance to promote healing & comfort in your life. Focusing on chakra alignment & connection to energies of body mind and soul this meditative deep healing practice will leave you feeling refreshingly tuned in to your heart energy, intuition and overall sensation of bliss.
I have been practicing yoga since the late 1990s, studying with a range of teachers and styles.Certified through Pilgrimage of the Heart Yoga and registered with Yoga Alliance, I teach Vinyasa, Hatha and Restorative Yoga with a focus on physical alignment and connecting to the breath. I weave philosophy and readings into my classes as a way to unite the physical practice of asana with our lives off the mat. I believe that yoga is first and foremost a transformational practice. It helps us open to change in our physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual selves. Yoga has taught me to find calm and ease while continuing to challenge my perceived physical and mental boundaries. I feel deeply privileged to be able to pass on these amazing teachings to my students.
Rachel’s Class Style: Rachel’s Gentle Yoga classes are relaxing and meditative, with an emphasis on gentle movement, breath awareness, and listening to your own body for a healing and deeply personal practice.
Sara discovered yoga in 1997 and immediately felt a draw to the physical practice and philosophical teachings. She completed her 200 hour Registered Yoga Teacher training in January of 2007 in Cleveland, OH with revered teacher Marni Task. Sara enjoys teaching a variety of levels of vinyasa, incorporating dynamic asana, pranayama, meditation, philosophy and uplifting music.
Sara served in the Peace Corps from 2010-2012 in Fiji, teaching yoga and meditation to native villagers in some of the most remote parts of the world. Sara also has a decade of Latin dancing experience as well as Afro-Cuban and West African styles of dance & loves to incorporate world rhythms into her classes. Sara loves the feeling of inspiration, strength, confidence, tranquility and sense of community that yoga fosters. Sara is also a Superfood Chef and Wellness Concierge, leading workshops, retreats and boutique wellness events across southern California, Mexico and around the globe. To learn more about Sara and her upcoming events, please visit her website at www.spicygypsy.com and join her on Instagram @spicygypsy.
Sydney grew up very active, playing various sports and dancing ballet and jazz. She graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2007 with a double minor in Group Fitness Instruction and Personal Training. She trained and taught group fitness classes in the Bay Area until a back injury cut her time at the gym short. Diagnosed with Degenerative Disc Disease and Facet Joint Arthritis, she moved back to her hometown of San Diego to heal. She took up yoga, learning Bikram, Hatha, Vinyasa, Iyengar and Ashtanga. She has taken classes from some of the top instructors from San Diego to New York and is delighted to have the opportunity to teach the community all that insight yoga has brought to her own life.
Sydney’s Class Style: Sydney is trained in the Ashtanga and Iyengar methods and utilizes both in her instruction with Vinyasa style flow. All levels are welcome. Expect detailed instruction on proper form and alignment as you move breath to movement. Also learn how to engage bandhas effectively and explore more challenging postures of yoga.
Yesica firmly believes in the importance of exercising the body from the inside out. This is what drew her to yoga over 7 years ago. In 2011, Yesica completed her first Yoga Teacher Training at Namaste Yoga Center in San Diego. She is also a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) 200 hour with Yoga Alliance. Most recently, Yesica completed her 100 hour Prenatal, Postnatal and Baby Yoga teacher training at Nature’s Whisper School of Yoga, also in San Diego.
With a background in dance, Yesica is comfortable with the movement and focus on alignment associated with yoga but is drawn to the inner awareness and spirituality brought about in practice. Yesica loves to incorporate music, gentle touch and deep relaxation in her classes. She teaches Vinyasa and Hatha styles but has a special place in her heart for family yoga practice. When not teaching yogaclasses, Yesica loves caring for her boys Max and Manuel, playing guitar and cooking healthy meals for her family.
Yesica’s Class Style: Yesica teaches from the heart and focus on alignment. Depending on the style, students might feel challenged, sore or relaxed but they will always leave my class with their hearts full.