Here at Inhale Pittsburgh, we offer Vinyasa style yoga classes from sunup to sundown throughout the week - and always a workshop or two on the weekends. Our team of teachers come from Vinyasa, Ashtanga, and Hatha yoga disciplines and teach classes that focus on breath, movement, alignment, and meditation by incorporating their own unique knowledge and experience of the practice of yoga. Come to class to chill out, work out, rejuvenate, re-connect, or just have some good old fun. We want your yoga practice to be whatever you would like it to be. All you have to do is show up.
anna teaches a Vinyasa style class that focuses on both the physical and subtle body. Her students experience the flow of prana, music, and message set to the firm foundations of asana and alignment. Outside of regular classes, she specializes in teaching yoga to those who live with brain injury and PSTD. Janna is the owner of Inhale Pittsburgh, a Lululemon ambassador, and two-time published author of He Never Liked Cake and Move Feel Think: Yoga for TBI, PTSD, and Other Forms of Trauma. When she’s not on her mat or keeping Inhale Pittsburgh ship-shape, she is busy writing, discovering this cool city, or walking Mae Belle in the Mexican War Streets. And when it's warm out, look for her doing yoga on a paddle board or maybe join a SUP Yoga class she's teaching. Learn more about Janna at: jannahockenjos.com.
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I'm E(xperienced) 200 HR RYT (Register Yoga Teacher) through Sonice Yoga, Vinyasa Flow 200 HR in NYC.
Drop in rates at my studio are $15 and private classes, for one or a group range from $75 to $150, depending on factors such as class time, location, and group size.
I started practing in New York City and fell in love with you and how it was helping me improve all the areas of my life--both on and off the mat. It only made sense to become a yoga teacher and share this with others.
I've taught anyting from advanced Vinyasa flow Gentle classes. I work with all ages and levels. However, I special in working with those who have experience brain injury, PSTD, and other forms of trauma.
You can check out my book Move Feel Think: Yoga for Brain Injury, PTSD, and Other Forms of Trauma to find out more.
I gave a Key Note speech at the Fearless Warrior Yoga Conference in Pittsburgh, PA. That was pretty rad, but so was teaching 3 students a candle light yoga class on Monday night. I just want to show up to connect.
Feel comfortable with your teacher, so that they can begin to show you how to get comfortable with what's uncomfortable. Becaust that is yoga and that is life.
Just be open and honest with how you are in your brain and body, and also open and honest in your understand of yoga and what you would like to gain from a session or practice.