Jordan Tyler

Jordan's passion for yoga stems from a desire to reconnect with oneself so as to best serve the world around us. Her classes are a place to safely unfold the layers of oneself and one's experiences while finding equanimity between the body, the brain, and the breath.
No matter the style or location of the practice, Jordan always focuses on her students' physical and mental practice by way of awareness, alignment, and activation of the physical body, and an holds space for the opportunity to reflect on challenges from one's highest form of being!

Jordan Tyler instructs the following:
  • Slow Flow
  • Beginner friendly, all are welcome! This class introduces the fundamentals of yoga with an intelligently designed sequence of poses that are accessible to new students and allows the more experienced practitioner a chance to explore and master the intricacies of each posture. Students of this class will enjoy a well rounded yoga experience without the demand of a fast moving sequence and create a foundation upon which to build their practice.

  • Gentle Hatha
  • Enjoy Hatha yoga at a gentle pace! Hatha emphasizes alignment and exploration within each pose which include both standing and sitting postures. This class is accessible to all. It is great for those who are working through minor injuries and for those who are new to yoga and a physical practice. 

  • Vinyasa
  • This class includes a sequence of postures arranged to systematically create heat and stoke the energetic fires of the body. Advanced postures will be introduced as options to go deeper, and students may learn step-by-step how incorporate binds, arm balances and inversions in their practice. Recommended for all types of yogis that want a dynamic practice. This a breath based practice that is fun and flowing, designed to build strength and flexibility, learn physical postures, yoga philosophy, and create a sense of calm and balance in the mind, body, and spirit. 

  • Yin Yoga with Sound Healing
  • This unique class combines the vibrational healing properties of such instruments as crystal singing bowls, gongs, and tuning forks with the slow and meditative yin yoga practice. 
    Why combine the two?
    As yin yoga moves deep into the connective tissue, the vibrational instruments aid in the opening of the body and releasing energetic blockages that we often store deep within. 

  • Asanas, Rituals, Meditation: Witches New Year
  • The end of October transitioning into the month of November is known as “Samhain” (pronounced sah-ween), or “The Witch’s New Year.” During this time, we honor the ending of summer and the joys of fall’s harvest. We lay to rest what no longer serves us, and look forward to cultivating our inner selves during this sacred, dark and cold season. This workshop will use Meditation + Yoga + Rituals to help you shed habits and tap into the Magic of the season. As we gather, we will honor our ancestors and past forms of self, enjoy a guided meditation, journal about our experiences, literally break some bread together (and enjoy the carbs), and pour some cider out for our loved ones who have passed on.

    Things to bring:
    -Journal (best if it’s one you already write in)
    -Planner from this year (if you use one)
    -Photos and totems of friends, family, or pets that have passed on
    -Any items you wish to have charged on the alter
    -An item representing a version of you from a time in the past you may have held onto and are ready to release
    -Favorite mug for cider and tea
    -Feel free to wear your favorite comfy clothes. Layers, rich colors, harvest pallets, crushed velvets and more. (This is an outdoor event so you might also want a jacket!)


    Date: 11/04/17

    Time: 6:00-8:00pm

    Cost: $25