It is with great pleasure that Mind Body Flow Yoga welcomes Guest Instructor, Lyndsey Fryer, to the studio this Sunday, December 16th, at 4:00pm. Lyndsey just returned from Kenya, where she donated her time, talent and dazzling smile in support of the Africa Yoga Project. She is a dear friend to Mind Body Flow Yoga and we are excited to have her share her passion and big heart with our students. All proceeds from this class will support the Africa Yoga Project Research Mission.
Lyndsey has been teaching power vinyasa yoga for 4 years. An avid runner, cycler, and former rugby player in College, Lyndsey actively sought environments that moved quickly and competitively. When it was suggested to Lyndsey that she try yoga, she laughed out loud and dismissed it as a practice where people sit and stretch and chant. She went to her first class more or less on a dare.
Less than one year would pass and she would be teaching the exact class that she took for the first time, the Sunday 11:45am at Breathe Yoga in Rochester, NY. Yoga has led the way to many beautiful openings for Lyndsey. She left a 5-year career in pharmaceutical sales to open the lululemon athletica showroom in Buffalo, NY.
Her travels and adventures then took her to Nairobi, Kenya, where she fulfilled a long-term goal of working for the Africa Yoga Project. She is now back state-side and will be moving to Northern California by the end of 2012 to join the Zuda Yoga team, and get one step closer to her life-long goal of wearing shoes as little as possible and living with ocean views.
Her teachers are Seane Corn, Hala Khouri and Baron Baptiste. She is inspired by their bold, distinct styles of flow, all with the message that our life path is for each of us to choose, that there are no accidents, and ultimately what we create is what we dare to ask for. She believes that all decisions worth making are the ones that scare us. Her teaching style reflects this: teaching a creative, powerful, spiritual flow.
Please join her on Sunday, December 16th, at 4:00pm, for a 90-minute candlelit slow flow, where she will infuse the courage of a power vinyasa flow with a mindful sequence of poses designed with the intention for us to slow down in this hectic time of year. She will also be sharing her experiences and inspiration of her time in Kenya with the Africa Yoga Project, by far the best thing she has ever said yes to in her life. Please come join us for a special evening.
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