Our Mission

Yoga Inside Out (YIO) aims to transform, to heal, to love and to serve.  It is our deepest desire that as you travel along your unique life path, YIO can help you redefine your boundaries of limitations and envision limitless possibilities in mind, body and spirit.  We are here to serve as a catalyst for growth so that you may awaken your own inner Teacher and meet your highest Atman (Truest Self).  We strive to empower people to connect to their intuition and be in control of where they want to take their practice because we believe yoga is a very personal journey, one of spiraling inwards.

What We Teach

YIO’s style of yoga is based on the Vinyasa Yoga System with influences from Baptiste Power Vinyasa and Ashtanga Vinyasa.  When the room is heated (85-90 degrees), it is called Power Vinyasa Yoga. You don’t need to be perfect.  You don’t need to be bendy.  You don’t need experience.  You just need a willingness to move, sweat and breathe.  There are no mirrors, no attitudes, no distractions, and no better time than now.  Come as you are.

 

Tips For New Yoga Teachers

blog-newteachersA 200hr program will only open the doorway to the many facets of yoga and the real training, learning, and growth always begins after the program ends.  The completion of a YTT may give you a certificate but it doesn’t mean the learning stops.  I see it as an invitation to further explore the areas of yoga that interests you because now you’re armed with a new set of lenses to now see the practice from a different perspective… [read more]

A Yoga Teacher’s Toolkit

blog-survivalkitIt doesn’t matter if we end up teaching, we will end up teaching.  We are all Teachers regardless of whether we stand up in front of a people and bark out instructions or are just on our mats practicing with others… and it doesn’t hurt to have a few extra tools in our tool belt… [read more]

A Quick 30 Minute Practice

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With summer upon us, family activities, vacations, and other memory making events can get in the way of our practice.

No matter how disciplined you are about your practice, a dusty mat happens and sometimes you just need 30 minutes to stay refreshed… [read more]

Looking Thru the Lens of Yoga

blog-yogalensOne of the best things I love about teaching yoga is getting to witness the personal transformations that students go through.   Yoga has definitely given me the lens to see myself in a different way.  I’ve witnessed myself transform through various stages in my life, both physically, mentally and emotionally through all the joy, heartaches, and especially through the darkness in my life… [read more]

I’ve throughly enjoyed seeing how my practice flourished under the guidance of Nikki and all of the teachers she’s mentored.  She truly embodies what it means to practice on the mat and how yoga is also relevant in daily life.  What I admire most about Nikki is that she is not perfect and doesn’t claim to be and is one of the most humble students of this practice that I’ve met.  It’s very inspiring to witness the way she nurtures her teacher trainees and that as a student I get to be a part of their growth. I’m inspired to grow when I see my teachers grow.  YIO’s team of teachers has definitely guided me further to fall in love with my practice. ~Pam

 

Join Yoga Inside Out’s new teacher trainees for a complimentary one hour community yoga class every sunday, october 19 – December 28, 2014 from 5:15pm – 6:15pm.

 

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