Jordan likes to bring a little bit of magick wherever she goes -- from an altar of oracle cards and essential oils, to giggle pranayama.
You can come to your mat expecting an intelligently sequenced, physical practice filled with empowering asanas, in a totally approachable fashion.
Jordan Tyler is ERYT-300 certified in Hatha and Vinyasa yoga and she believes integration is the name of the game. With a passion for personality, self-growth and development, and fostering the connection between mind-body-breath, you can expect to leave your mat feeling like the mindfulness practiced there sticks around for the rest of the day. Using her trademark style of metaphorical cuing (building on your knowledge by using familiar concepts), emphasis on anatomical alignment, a bold sense of humor, and a deep call to action, it’s her intention that students begin to have a better and more holistic understanding of themselves.
Marie teaches slow-paced classes with the intention of creating a safe space for students to explore their physical, mental and breath landscapes. Expect a deep emphasis on breath and alignment-based principles with time for meditation and dialogue in her classes. Marie completed her 200 hour certification at Riffs Studios in 2017 and has since pursued training in Buddhist psychology and meditation practices, breath work, yin 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.