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I tried several personal trainers here in Boise and in my previous hometown, and Kalynn is far and away the BEST fitness coach and yoga instructor I have ever met! She is patient, personable and wise. She devotes all her energy and skill to MY needs and MY goals not her own. She regularly changes my workout routines and all of them have been totally inventive, challenging and fun! (No, really! Fun. I always leave her studio happy.) I recommend her to everyone who will listen.
Stefanie studied for 5 weeks in Bali, Indonesia learning the foundations of alignment and sequencing with Yoga teacher trainer, Alicia Cheng. The students journaled about spirituality and studied the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, exploring more subtle meanings of life and moving deeper into your subconscious. Learning stillness and peace, compassion, acceptance, forgiveness... the yoga experience benefits people in so many ways.
I offer a personalized yoga training, a one-on-one yoga instruction designed to help clients step out of the crazy fast-paced world and pay special attention to what is happening in the moment and get in touch with the calm peace inside themselves.
Lisa and Chema are really wonderful teachers! Every time we did a session with them I always found myself wishing that the session would last longer. They made acro yoga accessible and fun. They also helped us build confidence by starting with easily achievable poses and working up to harder ones.
I am in the business of helping people, particularly with yoga. Yoga is a powerful practice to enhance and enrich your life. My class is designed to align you, beginning with the body, the breath and the mind. Eventually every movement becomes an offering to our creator, the divine.
Very friendly, and very knowledgeable!!
As a lifelong athlete, I began competing in running and skiing events at the age of eight. At age of 12, I began teaching kids how to ski and continued teaching and coaching for the next 12 years in a variety of areas like skiing, swimming, and aerobics, as well as movement therapy for autistic children. Teaching was my outlet and fueled me through high school and college. At Michigan State, I earned my BS in exercise science, while also maintaining a separate focus on psychology and nutrition. At every level, I stayed deeply involved as an athlete, coach, and trainer with adults and children of all ages. My teaching skills later contributed to my promotions during my career as a marketing and sales professional in the field of ultrasound. During my career, I developed education programs and conducted training seminars for both sales and medical professionals. I studied with many of the top professionals in the industry and was involved in both clinical research and product development. I loved taking difficult data and making it accessible to everyone in a simple, easy-to-understand format. For the past 10 years, I have been a student of yoga, with the last three years being the most influential for me. From the first class I took, I knew that I wanted the opportunity to share the practice of yoga with others. When my youngest child started preschool, I met Debbi Murphy with Shanti Yoga School, and I knew my chance had arrived. These past three years have been an exciting and sometimes difficult journey. I worked hard to experience as many different styles and teachings of yoga as I could during my 500 RYT (registered yoga therapist) program. I soon learned that yoga has so much to offer to every level of student. During the course of my studies, I started working with Matt Booth, PT, DPT and OCS of Therapeutic Associates. Through his work and guidance, I became infatuated with the recent research in fascia. The knowledge of the fascia has expanded exponentially in the past 20 years, with advances in technology that are allowing real-time study and observation of the whole body system of fascia. Ironically, ultrasound plays a key role in this. My studies with Robert Schleip, director of the Fascial Research Group and Divo Muller, movement teacher for Fascial Fitness Congress, propelled me further in my study of yoga and its symbiotic relationship with fascia. After completing my certification from the Fascial Fitness Society, I realized I had only scratched the surface of the delicate and intertwined relationship between the science of yoga and the fascial body. Tom Myers, author of Anatomy Trains, has heavily influenced my style of practice with his work on the anatomy trains and sports medicine, which is something that I am excited to study further and share with others. I have had the opportunity to study with some amazing yoga teachers, and I have tremendous gratitude for the knowledge and experience that they bring to the practice of fluid, powerful, and graceful movement. I hope my practice and teachings offer a reflection of the work of these teachers: Sadie Nardini, Tiffany Cruikshank, and Micheline Berry. For teen yoga, I completed my studies with Christy Brock. For Yin yoga, I continue my studies and practice with Bernie Clark. My intention is to teach a vinyasa flow with organic movement and the principle of fascial fitness. Currently, I am the only RYT 500 Yoga and certified fascial fitness trainer in the United States. I am teaching these classes to teens and adults in the Greater Boise area. In conjunction with this, I am living a joyful life with my husband, three children, and a small zoo of pets. Movement is the meditation, and how we decide to access movement through our lifetime for health and well-being is one of the reasons why I teach yoga. Our movements are a unique expression of ourselves and reflections of our life experiences. The practice of yoga asana, meditation and pranayama offers us the tools to live happier, healthier lives. My philosophy is to always be learning as a student while developing as a teacher. I hope to learn something new everyday and share this with you in our practice of yoga.
Muse Yoga Studio offer an eclectic blend of yoga, meditation, tai chi and other movement arts, as well as special events in downtown Boise, Idaho. We have a variety of affordable class offerings throughout the day, 7 days a week, including anusara-inspired yoga classes.
Yoga is known to help manage stress! Deep breathing allows for us to think clearly and feel rejuvenated. It also allows us to be less reactive in all situations!
I always loved doing Yoga at Yoga Heart Studio. The first time that I did yoga was here and I fell in love. Erica always makes people feel okay with not knowing what they're doing. She's very descriptive and helpful and does a great job at making sure everyone gets the idea. She is great at keeping the class on track, but she is goofy which helps make the students feel comfortable and excited to come to class.
Brandy Mamizuka, RYT-500, has been teaching in the Boise, Idaho community for over 3 years and owns 4 yoga studios. As a former collegiate athlete, she is naturally drawn to an alignment-based and disciplined approach to a yoga practice. She believes that the practice of yoga helps her to cultivate emotional calm, mental clarity and inner peace, all within a healthy, vital body. Brandy has trained extensively under Jason Crandell, known for being a “teacher’s teacher” and for integrating the best elements of power yoga, anatomical precision and mindfulness. She has also trained directly under Sumit Banerjee, creator of Sumits Yoga franchise. Brandy specializes in teaching hatha and vinyasa yoga.
I did the 20 day yoga challenge in Oct 2015. I was skeptical that I would be able to get out of bed to make it for 6 am yoga every day, but I found myself actually looking forward to it! Corrine makes yoga accessible to all levels.
I teach Yoga, stand-up paddleboard yoga and Reiki. I have experience teaching group and private yoga lessons. I am able to adapt my classes to fit the needs of my clients. SUP Yoga can be arranged as group or private lessons as well.
We are totally down to earth, not your typical business owners. We believe in working with people according to their needs, not ours. If you like massage, but wish it was more invigorating and fun, come experience this!
Pamela is a great trainer. She knows how to motivate and encourage. Her ability to zone in on one's strengths and weaknesses is a large benefit of her training skills. Due to working with her, I walked 2.5 miles today and biked 6 miles. I also do body pump and yoga. And....I am old enough to be retired. She is a good choice when looking for a personal trainer.