Yogi Yeni

Yogi Yeni

5.0 (4)
6 years in business

About this pro

My yoga practices are altered to fit all the needs my student may have. There is no human that does not benefit from yoga in one way or another. I like to show that in flows that are easily accesible for any body type.

I enjoy knowing I am benefitting a person's life. Yoga is a life altering practice and it is an honor to bring this practice into people's lives and see their amazing transitions. 

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Credentials

Rincon, Rincón 00677
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4 Reviews

5.0

  • Amy Matson

    Her teaching style is honest and genuine. The perfect blend of work, rest, breath and play.

  • Rebekah Langelle

    When I first met Yeni, I had heard of yoga and did a couple stretches on my own. But, I had no idea how it would change my life. Yeni is not just a yoga teacher but an inspiration. I have had chronic anxiety and depression since middle school, as well as recently recovered from an eating disorder. When I lost weight drastically, my joints would pop in & out of socket. Yeni taught me multiple positions to strengthen my hip muscles and encouraged natural herbs to help with my nausea. She has taught me excellent breathing techniques for when I’m anxious as well as transformed my mindset and made me an all around more positive person. Taking yoga classes with Yeni will be one of the best decisions of your life, don’t hesitate and contact her today. I promise you, you won’t regret it.

  • Lila Timson

    The positive energy Yeni brings to her classes is contagious. She is passionate and knowledgeable about yoga and creates a welcoming space for participants of all levels. I definitely look forward to taking one of her classes again.

  • Leslye Lezcano

    Yeni is exactly what every Yogi enthusiast needs! I am so happy I discovered her and took her class!! I can finally touch my toes AND she guided me to fulfill my headstand. Her class is the perfect blend between power and mindful Yoga. Working out not only your body, but your mind as well. At the end of her class, she does a meditation and if accepted by you she’ll give you yummy aromatherapy. Favorite Yoga teacher. Best class! 10/10 Recommend.



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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I teach personalized yoga classes for all the different needs my clients may have. My sessions usually start with a short meditation to get grounded and centered. My sessions are moving meditations that use vinyasa and fluidus fundamentals to expand our awareness and boundaries, helping us into an extraordinary capacity for happiness and mobility. Vinyasa can best be described as a flowing class and translates in Sanskrit “to place in a special way”; it is a style of yoga that teaches you to align with your breathe while flowing through movements. We finish in meditation, “savasana”, to leave you feeling rejuvenated and ready to take on the day. This will be altered to fit my clients requirements and abilities. I work with all ages and all ranges, every body can be helped by the practice of yoga.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

200 HR Registed Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance, Reiki Tumno Certification


How did you get started teaching?

In Miami, I started practicing yoga, fell in love with the transition it made in my personal life and realized I wanted to share this with the world. It made me a more grateful, happy, stronger, generous being, so I got certified with a 200 HR Fluidus Yoga Teacher Training Certification with Yoga Alliance. I have always been active and loved working out, but yoga gave me something that exercises could never do –  and that was mindfulness and a connection to my true self. I have been taught by Sivananda teachers in an Ashram, reiki practitioners, several yoga retreats, and Fluidus teachers to bring together an amazing vinyasa class.


What types of students have you worked with?

All sorts of students: athletes, recovering addicts, older people, younger people, pregnant women, injured people, you name it, I've probably taught them atleast once.


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

What are your goals? A year from now, looking back, what would success in your practice look like? 


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