Join us at Tripower Yoga Studio for a drop in class where all classes incorporate traditional elements of mindfulness, breath, awareness and stress reduction.
Bryan fell in love with yoga in 2013 and has since fully committed to developing his practice. For him it is the ultimate form of individual expression. A journey inwards where physical awareness and spiritual enlightenment come together. Complete balance achieved through patience, discipline, focused breathing, concentration, and mindful movement. “The most important part of my practice is not the postures, but the intention I approach each one with. I want to give back to my students what my instructors have given to me; a safe environment to challenge themselves and to take their practice to the edge”.
Karen began practicing yoga eighteen years ago, and she instantly recognized the numerous healing benefits yoga has to offer. She earned her RYT 200 Yoga Alliance certification through Elka Yoga, specializing in Hatha and Vinyasa. She creates a safe, non-competitive space for her students to dive beneath the surface of their daily lives to find deeper meaning and inspiration. Her classes offer creative sequences with intentional themes, emphasizing the importance of proper alignment, pranayama breathing techniques, mindfulness, and meditation. Modification and advanced options are made available for new students and experienced yogis so that all can reach their potential. She is honored to teach yoga, helping to bring balance, awareness, health, and happiness into other’s lives.
Julie began practicing yoga as a relief from her hectic schedule and stressful job. She quickly came to realize that yoga was not just about the physical movements, but also about the calming of the mind and spirit. As previous elementary school teacher, she has a passion for working with children and began her journey of sharing yoga and mindfulness by getting her first Children’s Yoga Certification through Karma Kids in 2010. This ignited a whole new passion for yoga and she has taken several other youth oriented yoga trainings from organizations such as Street Yoga, Yoga Education for Autism Spectrum, mini yogis, Sean O’Shea Foundation, The Art of Yoga Foundation, and Niroga Institute. Her experience with youth ranges from toddler to teen and she is the founder/owner of Zen Warriors – Yoga for Youth. In 2014, Julie obtained her 200 hour RYT Certification from Elka Yoga, deepening her own practice and expanding her teaching experience to adults. She is also is a Level II Reiki practioner. In her Fusion Healing sessions, she combines the energy healing modalities of massage, reiki, tibetan singing bowls, tuning forks, music and crystals to help release physical and emotional blockages for the ultimate healing session to help bring your body, mind and soul back into ease and balance. Incorporating her energy and sound healing experience into her gentle, restorative yoga classes, Julie creates the ultimate zen relaxation class.
Lauren Autenrieth Lauren Autenrieth is a 200 hour Yoga Alliance certified Vinyasa yoga instructor who received her training at Indie Yoga in Ocean Beach, Ca. She also completed a 200 hour Hatha certification in West Orange,NJ in 2009. Lauren began her yoga practice in 2003 in New York City, trying out various types including Bikram, Hatha, and Iyengar. It wasn’t until her relocation to San Diego in 2011 that she found Vinyasa and was hooked. In addition to teaching yoga, Ms. Autenrieth is also passionate about sustainability and conservation and works for the non-profit organization the 1:1 Movement (pronounced one to one) educating the San Diego community on positive changes they can make in order to create a clean and lasting environment. Lauren currently resides in the People’s Republic of Ocean Beach and can be seen zipping around on the (second) love of her life, her 1983 Huffy 10 speed. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org