Virtual
Yoga + Meditation Classes

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Let's live well to lead well TOGETHER!

virtual workshops, free webinars and more! I also use the studio for all of my
1-1 and group coaching, too!

exras such as...

soulful music, time to move & restore and that are designed for every BODY no matter what your experience level is. All are welcome!

Classes that are filled with...

Come as you are to a safe space for you practice and take what you need. Each and every time.

A supportive environment

What you'll find in the virtual studio:

The practice of yoga has changed my life and I am honored to share it with you through in-person and virtual classes as well as retreats and workshops.

I completed my 200 hour Therapeutic Yoga Teacher Training program through Guiding Wellness Institute and Life Moves Yoga in January 2020. I have since become an Assistant Faculty Member and Lead "The Resilient Warrior" Facilitator with Warriors at Ease.

Warriors at Ease brings the power of yoga and meditation to military communities around the world by creating a sustainable and scalable network of qualified and credentialed instructors to share evidence-based, trauma informed and accessible mind body practices.

My classes are accessible, supportive, challenging and fun! I love teaching grounding, strength building flows accompanied by beats that fuel your soul.

I consider myself a lifelong learner and am currently enrolled in a 300 hour program with My Vinyasa Practice.

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Hi there, I'm Jen.

Experience what it's like to practice with me by taking a FREE 20 minute, vinyasa style flow yoga class.

Free Class

60 minute vinyasa style classes offered once a week. Participants can expect a welcoming space full of soul, while focusing on the breath and building strength and flexibility.

Slow Flow & Restore

A 4-week series offered each month designed for women who recognize the benefits of yoga but are limited on time. Classes are 20 minutes or less and  offered both live and via recording.

Yoga for the Busy Woman

Virtual Studio Offerings

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"Jen cultivates such a beautifully meditative space in all her classes. The flow is all at once calming, challenging and safe for newbies. For my husband, it was a perfect introduction to the practice."

โ€” Tori Butler, Military Spouse

"As a woman veteran, I found yoga to help reduce my stress & as a supplement to my workout routine. Jen's classes are a welcomed source of light to my day. She has a calm, but strong energy that feeds the class & I feel like I am able to breathe easier & move more freely after her classes. Her ability to hold space while teaching mindful classes shows her passion for this practice."

โ€” Ashley Forshey, Army Veteran

"Jen showed me quickly that yoga is not about being flexible. She makes it a unique experience every time and caters to the needs of each individual class making sure you get exactly what your intentions are for that day."

โ€” Tanisha Bradford, Military Spouse

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My why...

Living an authentic, courageous and connected life creates the space needed in order to live fully and be well, on and off my mat.

Authentic in who I am and what I offer

Courageous no matter how uncomfortable

Connected to the people and things that create positive energy and inspire new perspective

Through a pace that is slow(er) and soulful, I find myself present for the practice and for the moments that truly matter.

Guided Meditation with me

Start your meditation practice today! The benefits are tremendous - you deserve each and every one!

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10(ish) minute guided meditation with me

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Questions & Answers

when did yoga become "your thing"?

After practicing off and on for years, there was one class that forever changed me. It was slow, soulful and full of introspection. That class, taught by Mary Beth LaRue, inspired me to lean in to exploring stillness, slowing down and allowing myself to feel.

what is your style of teaching?

The style that feels best and in alignment with my why (see above) is a slow, soulful and breath focused vinyasa class.

why did you become a yoga teacher?

I became a yoga teacher because I felt called to share the power of the practice (not just the physical poses) with women like me. Women who need and long for the benefits of yoga but aren't quite sure how to tap into them.