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Flow Yoga ~ Level All

This class is taught by:

Jamie McEdwards

Jamie fell in love with yoga during a quest to improve her own health. Throughout her journey, she always found comfort on her yoga mat and enjoyed cultivating new methods to explore the mind and body connection. Jamie has practiced yoga since 1992 and began sharing her practice in 2018 after completing the 200-hour training at Live Well Studio. Jamie’s style of yoga practice is Vinyasa Flow and Hatha style with a twist. She loves challenging each student to find their strength while exploring their ability to be courageously vulnerable. She enjoys infusing her classes with fun dynamic movements to create a unique challenge for students at every level. Jamie believes that yoga is for everyone and every body. She teaches inclusive classes that meet individuals where they are now in their individual yoga journey. Off the mat, you can find Jamie chasing her four-legged friends exploring the beautiful Pacific Northwest while hiking, kayaking, or camping.

Dean Jones

Dean first tried yoga in 1996 as an 'easy' fitness credit while at
college. Intrigued he continued the practice until 2010 when it became
a much more significant part of his life. Dean completed both his 200
and 300 hour teacher trainings at Live Well studio as of 2018. Deans'
classes often involve a focus on nervous system relaxation, respecting
ones own intuition, linking movement to breath, practicing presence in
our bodies, minds and hearts, meditation, as well as letting go and
perhaps having some goofy fun. Life is often quite serious, after all
this is only practice! When not practicing he can be found rock
climbing, drinking tea, reading books, playing role playing games, and
eating chocolate.

Ellen Street

Ellen (Ara'ti) was born, raised and trained in Sonoma County, California. She began practicing Hatha yoga in her pre-teens to complement her training as a Scottish Highland dancer. As she developed as a yogi, she explored other traditions and styles including Ashtanga, Virya, Bikram, and Sahaj. Her teaching experience began in 2013, soon after completing a certified 200-hour Registered Yoga Teacher Training through the Ananda Seva Mission where she was trained in the Sahaj system; a branch of Hatha yoga centered around Tantric philosophy. Yoga teacher training helped refine her knowledge of energetic practices, using physical asana as a pathway to powerful breath and meditation techniques. Ellen’s exploration of energetic practices led her to pursue formal education as a student of nutrition. She is currently working towards a doctorate in nutrition at Oregon State University. Traveling around during her undergraduate education allowed Ellen to work with a wide variety of people, teaching at community and commercial gyms, senior centers, subsidized housing communities and yoga studios. Ellen’s vivacious spirit and playful attitude invigorate her creative sequencing and lighthearted attitude toward facing challenges on and off the mat. She uses meditation, pranayama, and asana to encourage curiosity, self-investigation and play, forging a path towards radical self-love and connection with our own divine nature.

Angela Grace

In addition to master’s degrees in neuroscience and special education, I am a life long spiritual seeker. I have studied and practiced many years in various Yoga schools, Eastern philosophy, Ayurvedic living principles, and Hindu mythology. Most recently I identify with Rajanaka yoga philosophy, a Tantric philosophy. My primary teachers are Douglas Brooks and Sarahjoy Marsh. My yoga training and practice have granted me space and quietness of mind enough to feel the rhythm and pulsation of life in everything and everyone around me. It is this pulsation that hooks me and draws me into the dance of relationship with life: the sorrow, the grief, the ecstasy, the passion, the work, the need, the trees, the being. This state I recognize as Goddess, and I celebrate with each passing breath. This state I recognize as God, and I celebrate with each passing movement. This state I celebrate with each interaction, each class. MS, ERYT500, C-IAYT

Afton Muir

Beginning with an 18 month immersion program in 2003, Afton Muir has studied a varied range of yoga practices and philosophies. She brings warmth and poetry to her classes with a blend of mindfulness, structural alignment, intuitive movement, and compassionate self-study. Afton's intention is to guide students into deep relationship with their own inner teacher. She completed her 200 hr certification at Live Well Studio in 2016. She is an artist, dancer, wildflower gardener and mother of four.
Flow yoga (level all) synchronizes movement with breath as yoga postures flow from one to the next. This all levels class moves as a flowing practice. Students learn new poses through experience and guidance while in the midst of ‘a practice’. Class may include inversions and arm balances along with sun salutes, standing poses, back bends, forward bends, meditation and relaxation. Meditation and savasana bound the practice.

Upcoming classes:

  • Tue Dec 18 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm with Jamie McEdwards
  • Tue Dec 18 5:30 pm - 6:45 pm with Dean Jones
  • Wed Dec 19 5:30 pm - 6:45 pm with Ellen Street
  • Thu Dec 20 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm with Jamie McEdwards
  • Thu Dec 20 5:30 pm - 6:45 pm with Angela Grace
  • Sat Dec 22 9:00 am - 10:15 am with Afton Muir
  • Sun Dec 23 10:30 am - 11:45 am with Dean Jones