Stephanie is an experienced certified yoga instructor. She draws on her extensive experience in yoga to provide personalized learning for her students. She cues by reading bodies, and structures her sequences using a holistic approach, allowing the physical and energetic bodies to work as one unit. She is a wonderful addition to Park Potomac Yoga studio.
Park Potomac Yoga studio is thrilled to welcome Wassa to our team of talented instructors! Wassa has an extensive background in massage therapy along with an in depth understanding of the body. That, combined with her graceful and fluid sequencing, makes her a unique and inspiring teacher.
Scott Taylor is a certified 200 hour instructor. His energetic vinyasa flow classes will access your mind, body, and spirit. He plays amazing music in his classes to keep you flowing, most of which he produces himself! His sequencing is challenging and unique (if you love handstand prep, give his class a try). Park Potomac Yoga studio is lucky to have him.
Meg, a Registered Dietician and Nurse, had been teaching fitness classes for 20 years when she discovered yoga. She is a certified 200 hour teacher who specializes in Hatha yoga. Meg's goal is for her students to make a mind-body connection on and off the mat. She enjoys the physical discipline as a means to bring peace, well-being, and meaningfulness to her (and your) daily life. She is a great addition to Park Potomac Yoga studio.
Becca is a certified yoga instructor (RYT- 200, Rocket 100) who fell in love with yoga in 2014. She has a down to earth, compassionate, and friendly teaching style. Students can expect thoughtfully sequenced flows drawn from her own practice and study of Rocket vinyasa yoga and Ashtanga. We are happy to have her at Park Potomac Yoga studio.
Michelle is a certified yoga instructor (RYT-200) with a background in Barre and group fitness classes. She teaches dynamic flow sequences that guide students to connect with their breath and find their edge. She often creates a fusion of yoga, Pilates, and Barre for unique strengthening opportunities. We are thrilled to have her kind spirit and delightful presence at Park Potomac Yoga studio.
Susan has been teaching yoga since 2010 and her background is impressive. She has studied with many yoga masters, taken various teacher training workshops, and has traveled to several retreat centers to refine her practice and teaching skills. If you are brand new to yoga, her class is the greatest place to begin your yoga journey. She teaches with an emphasis on the breath, which is the most important part of the practice (and perhaps the most difficult to learn).