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Flow


This class is taught by:

Stacy L

In Stacy's classes, she tries to nurture a fun environment to encourage her students to ask questions and be playful. She likes to take yoga poses that appear challenging and instead make them more approachable. Stacy's style of teaching is influenced by her teachers Stacey Brass-Russell, Bryn Chrisman, Frank Mauro, and Anna Greenberg. Doubling as a Registered Dietitian, Stacy also believes that yoga can promote body positivity and self-love, something that can ultimately benefit one's relationship with food and health. When she's not on the mat, you may find her at her at Levain Bakery, her favorite cookie joint in Harlem.

Jessica S

Jessica’s vinyasa classes are composed of a graceful flow with a careful focus on alignment in a warm and nurturing environment. Having a background in dance, she is captivated by the process of using movement for healing. Each class is an opportunity to create spaciousness, skilled awareness, and heart awakening. Her teaching style is influenced by her teachers Stacey Brass-Russell and Bryn Chrisman.

Jessica is also an experienced meditation and restorative yoga teacher, as well as a Reiki practitioner. She enjoys spending time at the beach, reading, and studying a variety of healing modalities.

Argentina R

Argentina's classes focus on finding balance between effort and ease. Her concise cues and challenging sequencing allow students to practice mindfulness through movement. She began practicing yoga over 12 years ago to help navigate major life changes and began teaching in 2015.  Her teaching style is influenced by Sarah Platt - Finger and Alexandria Crow. Argentina enjoys walks with her dog Rocky and stopping by Lenox Coffee and Levain Bakery.

Halima H

Halima’s classes bring a focus of proper alignment, a straightforward yet challenging sequence, in a light-hearted and welcoming environment. She believes a mindful practice can decompress and strengthen the body, mind and spirit. A Michigan native and proud University of Michigan alum, off the mat she is a professional actor and moonlights as a theater teaching artist in NYC public schools. Halima’s style is influenced by her teachers Stacey Brass-Russell and Bryn Chrisman. She has a penchant for theater and dance, good books, and the occasional gummy bear. Halima’s Harlem Hangout is Barawine. 

Michelle V

In Michelle's class, expect to move through your breath to music with lighthearted, playful sequences dedicated to building peak poses. Michelle creates a judgment-free space where everyone can celebrate their true authentic selves, emphasizing inner-strength and confidence. Off the mat, Michelle loves listening to jazz downstairs at the legendary Red Rooster in Harlem.

Robbin R

Robbin's goal for every class is to inspire and challenge students to discover new connections within themselves, and with others. Her classes combine fun flows, functional movement drills, and breath work. Her style is influenced by Krissy Jones and Kajuan Douglas. Robbin enjoys eating, sleeping, indulging in buzzy wellness trends. Her go-to spots in Harlem are Seasoned Vegan when she's on a vegan kick and Red Rooster when she is not.

Amanda M

Amanda's classes provide a space to drop in and connect to your breath. Her classes integrate creative sequencing and concise alignment cues to bring balance to the body and the mind. She began teaching yoga after completing training in 2015 recently found inspiration from teachers like Heather Lilleston and Kevin Courtney. She enjoys many restaurants in Harlem, in particular getting brunch at Vinateria and then dessert at L.A. Sweets.

Yvonne C

Yvonne's classes take an alignment focused, injury preventative, and prop supported approach; encouraging her students to build a practice based on incremental growth and rejuvenation. As a Yoga Tune Up® certified teacher, she utilizes corrective exercise, myofascial release techniques, and breathing strategies to help align yoga with her students' overall health and wellness goals. She is inspired by mentors Jodie Rufty and Sarah Bell, as well as Puy Navarro and Mona Anand. 

When not teaching she can be found traveling the world with her partner, writing for film, voraciously reading anything she can get her hands on, and running her not-for-profit theater company Shrunken Shakespeare. Her gluten free and nutritional restrictions find a home at Pisticci in West Harlem for out of this world Italian food.

Sabrih S

Sabrih's classes feature a unique blend of vinyasa yoga and incorporate elements of mindful meditation. She is influenced by the moments of stillness in and out of yoga and enjoys sharing her passion for movement. In addition to being a yoga and Latin dance instructor, she is continuing her education of the human body through her studies in Physical Therapy at Hunter College.
 
In her free time, she loves to take a dance classes in the city. Her favorite small business in the neighborhood is Manhattanville Coffee.

Rachel S

Rachel’s classes focus on using the breath to embrace and ignite our power within. She focuses on alignment in challenging and creative flows, all about moving with the breath in the body. Rachel loves how yoga has brought her back to herself and into her body, and tries to ignite that passion and compassion within her students. Off the mat, she is an actor and spends her time with a few theatre companies, auditioning, and listening to comedy podcasts on the train. She is also an avid traveler and tries to get to a few new counties every year. Walking the city in the spring and summer is her favorite…chances are you won’t find her on the train during that time, but probably grabbing coffee at Monkey Cup and connecting with nature.
Move with your breath, settle into stillness, and quiet the mind. What to expect: Flow classes offer accessible, mixed-level, instruction appropriate for all practitioners. Expect a balance of mindful breathing and careful movement. If you crave continuous movement, this class is for you. This 60-minute class is held at 85°F. Online pre-registration closes 30 minutes before class begins. Late entry is not permitted. The late-cancellation window begins 12 hours before class begins. Cancellations that take place during that window will result in a charge of $5. Missing class without canceling will result in a charge of $20 (or loss of class credit).

Upcoming classes:

  • Wed Dec 12 7:00 am - 8:00 am with Stacy L
  • Wed Dec 12 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm with Jessica S
  • Wed Dec 12 6:15 pm - 7:15 pm with Argentina R
  • Wed Dec 12 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm with Argentina R
  • Thu Dec 13 9:30 am - 10:30 am with Halima H
  • Thu Dec 13 6:15 pm - 7:15 pm with Michelle V
  • Thu Dec 13 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm with Robbin R
  • Fri Dec 14 7:00 am - 8:00 am with Amanda M
  • Fri Dec 14 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm with Jessica S
  • Fri Dec 14 6:15 pm - 7:15 pm with Argentina R
  • Sat Dec 15 8:15 am - 9:15 am with Jessica S
  • Sat Dec 15 9:30 am - 10:30 am with Halima H
  • Sat Dec 15 10:45 am - 11:45 am with Stacy L
  • Sat Dec 15 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm with Yvonne C
  • Sun Dec 16 9:30 am - 10:30 am with Argentina R
  • Sun Dec 16 10:45 am - 11:45 am with Argentina R
  • Sun Dec 16 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm with Yvonne C
  • Sun Dec 16 1:15 pm - 2:15 pm with Sabrih S
  • Mon Dec 17 7:00 am - 8:00 am with Rachel S