Bridget Schumacher

Bridget Schumacher
200 hr Certified
Bridget was fortunate to become a student of yoga in January 2013. Like many others, Bridget’s relationship with yoga began with curiosity; it started to heal her body of physical injury and damage from past activities. As her physical practice developed, a deeper sense of self-awareness began to cultivate. She began to connect to the spiritual realm of the practice, where the aliveness that had been buried for years began to reveal itself. Under the guidance of her teacher, Gabriel Azoulay, Bridget delved into further exploration of the practice through H3 Yoga 200 Hour Teacher Training in 2013, where she received her Yoga Alliance certification. Bridget truly believes that by using the power of yoga as a spiritual tool we are able to access the greatest, deepest, and most authentic versions of ourselves. She continues as a student on her ultimate quest of self-discovery with a daily visit to her mat. As she strengthens her connection to the Source through self-study, she uses the lessons she learns through her own practice to share with the classes she teaches. Bridget is forever grateful for her teachers.

Favorite Yoga Move: 

As my personal practice develops, the answer to this is ever changing. My favorite asanas are the ones that give me the hardest time because they’re the ones that are helping me to grow. Balancing postures are always guaranteed to give me a hard time.

How Has Yoga Benefited You The Most: 

Balance; finding the Discipline with Freedom, Confidence with Humility, Strength with Flexibility, Control with Surrender

Reason Started Doing Yoga: 


5 Words That Describe Your Teaching Style: 

Dynamic, Creative, Fluid, Authentic, Free