Jenny Vande Hei

Jenny began practicing yoga on and off nearly 10 years ago. But it wasn’t until her second knee surgery in 2004 that she got serious about her practice. She had found an amazing teacher who poured her heart into her teaching and made classes much more than stretching. Jenny aspires to offer her students this same kind of inspiration. In 2006 she began teaching yoga only because she was living in East Africa and had a yoga mat. Upon moving to Tanzania she started a small class at her language school just to get some exercise. She began teaching with no formal training and never imagined that teaching would become her path. For two years her students were the children who were part of the center where she worked and the relief workers that served them. This yoga class is still carrying on and is now taught by a Tanzanian. Yoga began as a community building experience for Jenny and that idea of community was her inspiration to begin her own studio. Jenny has trained with Corepower Yoga, Yoga Works and is a Ayurvedic Yoga Therapist through IAYT. She has studied under, Sarasvati Buhrman, Richard Rohr, Makunda Stiles, Jnani Chapman and many more. Jenny specializes in private yoga asana and yoga therapy.
Favorite Yoga Move: 
I love shavasana. Why? Shavasana gives me a chance to practice simplicity.
How Has Yoga Benefited You The Most: 
Balance.
Reason Started Doing Yoga: 
After sport related knee surgeries I was prescribed yoga by my physical therapist.
5 Words That Describe Your Teaching Style: 
Nurturing, flowing, inspired, deep, ever changing

classes that I am teaching

Ra Vinyasa Level 2

A powerful, lyrical flow class. I design this class to challenge ones body as well as the mind.  I teach a dharma infused class inspired by music, dance and martial arts.

Ra Vinyasa Level 1

An always strong vinyasa class with emphasis on breathing and the alignment of fundamental postures.  All my classes are inspired by my love for music.

Ra Vinyasa Intro to Level 2

I use this class as an introduction to heat in a vinyasa style.  After taking this class you will understand how to protect and strengthen your shoulders, elbows and wrists as well as learning to breathe with the heat.

my schedule
start time class class info
E.g., 2014-04-24

Thursday | April 24, 2014

6:30 pm
Vinyasa

Friday | April 25, 2014

Saturday | April 26, 2014

10:30 am

Sunday | April 27, 2014

10:30 am

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