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Jessamyn Stanley is a yoga teacher, body positivity advocate, and writer based in Durham, North Carolina. Jessamyn uses high energy vinyasa flow as a way to move past mental and emotional barriers. Her classes provide a body positive approach to yoga which celebrates students’ bodies and encourages them to ask “How do I feel?” rather than “How do I look?” when practicing yoga.
We practice a combination of standing, hip openers, core, balancing, back bends, inversions and restorative asnas in a flow
FROM 1ST-10TH OF THE MONTH
Even though your first few classes can be extremely intense (i.e. – inconsistent breathing, drinking excessive water, premature exhaustion), you will be intrigued by how self-satisfying the practice could be.
Unlike other physical activities, yoga will awaken your spiritual curiosity even when you may be pressed against the boundary of physical exhaustion. We practice the sun salutation and a vinyasa flow.
- REGULAR YOGI
FROM 11th to 20th OF THE MONTH
Please develop a home practice that you can practice everyday. Between you and your yoga mat, you would probably never claim to have mastered any yoga poses.
You will, however, make substantial progress with a dedicated daily home practice. It’s the one part of your day that will be completely devoted to your mental clarity. Believe it when you say that I’m not really in this for the health benefits and the exercise- but I am addicted to exceeding my personal expectations. We practice Vinyasa flow and kapalbhati and Inversions.
- COMMITTED YOGI
FROM 21st TO 30th OF THE MONTH
We practice the integrated vinyasa sequence with a flow.
You create an attractive healthy body which is in alignment with your feeling of beauty and grace. You accept your reality as the heredity plays a part and you start on a journey. But no, I’m fat- and learning to embrace it is a daily battle. Some people think calling yourself fat = proclaiming that living an unhealthy lifestyle is a good idea. Since that logic is completely idiotic, I tend to ignore the ramblings of people who don’t make sense. Fat doesn’t mean being unhealthy- it just doesn’t. And I will agree to disagree with anyone who doesn’t feel the same way.