Pam has been teaching yoga in St Louis for 20 years and has experience with students of all shapes, sizes, ages and abilities. She is a 500-hour Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance and is also certified as a yoga therapist through the International Association of Yoga Therapists. Pam encourages students to focus on connecting breath with movement to create a meditation in motion. She views students as snowflakes…meaning no two students bodies are exactly alike and has a compassionate style which encourages students to alter the practice based on their unique make up. Pam aims to make yoga enjoyable and accessible to everyone; as well as to inspire, challenge and empower students to take responsibility for their practice…on and off the yoga mat. firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer has been practicing yoga since 2009 and earned her 200-hour certification with YogaWorks in 2016. In 2010, while still a student, she opened Valley Yoga in Chesterfield in order to bring a traditional yoga studio to the West County area. she owned the studio for over 8 years and under her leadership it became known as “the most beginner friendly studio in town.” Jennifer offers traditional, alignment-based hatha and flow classes, typically with energetic music, humor, and a theme aimed at informing and inspiring your practice. She encourages modifications and generous use of props in all her classes. Be prepared to move and have some fun doing it! email@example.com
Taj is a mother, an artist, a student, and a teacher. She completed her 200 hour teacher training at Prana Yoga St. Louis in the summer of 2015. In 2017 she graduated from an advanced 300 hour training at Circle Yoga Shala in Jasper, Arkansas with yoga therapists Holly and Matthew Krepps. This program, rooted in an east-meets-west approach, is the first year of a three year yoga therapy program. With over 1000 hours of teaching experience, she also acts as a mentor for current students in the Circle Yoga Shala 300 hour training. Taj’s classes are gradual and intentional, where repetitive movements synchronized with breath come before the stillness of longer holds. Emphasis is often placed on breath and inquiry, creating space for students to get out of their heads and into their bodies and hearts. Taj is blessed to be able to spend most of her time these days with her son Sawyer, but you can also find her teaching classes and workshops at studios in and around the St. Louis area. firstname.lastname@example.org
Sara began practicing yoga and incorporating its philosophy into her life in 2015 as a step on the path to self love and discovery. Since then, she has been trained and certified under the guidance of Pam Schulte at Just Practice Yoga. She completed an additional 25 hours of training in Trauma-Informed Yoga through SheRecovers® with Taryn Strong in Salt Springs Island, Canada in 2019.
Sara is dedicated to creating a safe space for her students to dive beneath the surface of their daily lives to find deeper meaning and inspiration. She leads a gentle practice with focus on breath, exploring movement and stillness and discovering relationships between mind, body, and spirit. Being a lifelong learner, Sara continues to study and practice with leaders in the industry both at retreats and with top instructors in her local area. email@example.com
Janiece became a Registered Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance in April 2017 and has taught yoga in Florida and Texas. She believes that the human body needs to move in order to stay healthy, and that yoga should be accessible for everyone. Janiece leads by building the poses sequentially, from the ground up, providing modifications as needed to make sure every student can participate and feel successful, yet challenged in their practice. She draws attention to breathing and being present, inviting students to set aside the cares of the day to enable a fun and relaxing time of restoration. In 2017, Janiece also earned certification in Sky Styx Yoga. The Sky Styx offer a “movement methodology” that enables better mobility and range of motion for people of all walks of life. Prior to teaching yoga, Janiece retired from a management career with The Boeing Company in 2015. She recently returned to St Louis after living in San Antonio, Texas, and is enjoying rediscovering the wealth of experiences the city of St Louis offers. firstname.lastname@example.org