Jilaine Beddoe

Yoga for me is about connecting with people, learning how to get to a level with someone where habits, excuses, and patterning can all be brought into the light to help personal growth.  I love going deeper, and getting uncover and peel back the layers of self that had been built up over the years. Without light there is no dark, without masculine no feminine, without strength no softness can be found.  I am so grateful for the many teachers I have come across and been able to learn from.  I am so grateful to have a studio to call home, a place to share community with and a space that you all feel welcome in.  Look forward to seeing you soon. Love  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


Jilaine Beddoe instructs the following:
  • Vinyasa Flow Yoga
  • A class of exploration for syncing movement and breath. We will uncover the magic of non-sequenced flow, and how the wide array of postures linked with pranayama will help support and build a strong mind, body and heart. Each class will be a different experience based on your teacher’s creative choice and background to bring you to new depths and your edge on that particular day. Vinyasa yoga is an opportunity to challenge yourself while accessing a non-traditional flow and the way in which you show up on your mat. How we do one thing is how we do everything. We can’t wait to meet you on your mat, and see where our movement takes us. Everyone is welcome to this class. It will meet you wherever you are in your own personal practice.
     
    “movement steeped in breath + strength” Jennifer Mehalko
     
    “A class that is always slightly different and inspired by what I am working through in my own life and personal practice. Each class is like a fingerprint, unique and different… just like us...” Kate W. Mak

    “Strong and sweaty” Adriana Britton
     
    “I adore this style of yoga as it helps us to remember our inner strength through the manifestation of the physical body. I’m inspired to teach this because it brings people to the edge of their perceived limitations and encourages them to get curious.” Stacey Irvine