Jacklyn’s yoga practice found her. Jacklyn took her first yoga class, a heated vinyasa, not really knowing what yoga was. What she was introduced to was the breath, the heat, the fluidity of movement and music. She was hooked. Being present in that space, required complete focus and effort that quieted the mind and brought a feeling of peace and release that has stuck. As a licensed clinical social worker, Jacklyn found that yoga can one of the many paths to healing, growth, and expression. Drawn to the strength and resilience needed for the practice, Jacklyn uses a Power practice as a means for training for life off the mat. In her classes you can expect to be challenged through postures, pace, and energetic music to fire up your energy and dial you into sensation.
“There is nothing more compelling to me as a teacher and student than being so immersed in the body, so immersed in the present moment, that we let go of the aesthetics, we let go of the outcome, and we just fully lean in to what our bodies can do and feel when we simply show up.”