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One Yoga isn't just a yoga studio; it's a community. This studio focuses on vinyasa yoga which is almost like a dance. Vinyasa style of yoga involves stringing postures together so you move from one pose to another fluently using breathing techniques. Ryan Leier, the founder of One Yoga for the People, opened this studio to help lift people to new heights of love, health, and connectivity through a progressive yoga system that is rooted in ancient traditions.
One Yoga for the People believes that everyone should have access to yoga, regardless of age, ability, gender, race, religion or financial standing. Due to this, they offer by-donation drop-in options so anyone can practice this stress-reducing, love-heightening exercise.
Below is an example of a vinyasa yoga class lead by one of the One Yoga for the People teachers:
You can't go wrong with any of the instructors at this yoga studio. All bring a different perspective and a different atmosphere. Carolyn Anne Budgell is one of our favorite teachers. If you're looking to feel weightless through meditation, that is Carolyn's gift. She focuses on vinyasa yoga and meditation in a down-to-earth and lighthearted perspective. She leads international retreats, training, and workshops all around the world. For all you yogi's that love Lululemon, you can find Carolyn's online classes on their website as a Lululemon Ambassador. In her class, you can expect to breathe deeply and feed your soul through plenty of hands-on assists and variations for all levels. See one of Carolyn's online classes in the video below:
Another stellar teacher at One Yoga is Alli Shafer. Alli brings her love of movement, mantra, alignment, and breath to all of her classes. From 2014-2016, she traveled the world to study and learn clarity through Anusara yoga. Her classes are accessible to all levels and all people. In this class, you will find yourself in a rhythmic dance providing a deep devotion to wonder and love.