Jeanelle Boyer - Iowa City, IA
Known for her “contagious joy”, Jeanelle Boyer is a yoga instructor, adventure athlete and lover of all life. Within every person is an eternal well of bliss and love, and Jeanelle desires nothing more than to lead people through uplifting yoga experiences that guide each person back to their light within. As people connect back to that love within, fear melts away and compassion for all beings naturally arises. Jeanelle began practicing yoga in 1998 and has been teaching since2005. Her teachings are influenced by many amazing teachers including Shiva Rea, Desiree Rumbaugh, Seane Corn, Yoganand Michael Carroll, and many others. Jeanelle’s classes range from vigorous and playful vinyasa flow to very mindful, meditative practices. Infused with unfettered joy and passion, each class is truly an experience… a loving exploration of all the different aspects of self. In addition to yoga, Jeanelle is completely in love with this Earth and spends as much time as possible outdoors-adventure racing,
Too often, we spend our time seeking happiness and peace outside of ourselves, and yet the joy is always present, just waiting within us. A simple and profound lesson taught by so many masters. In this meditative vinyasa class, we will practice postures blindfolded to deepen internal, feeling awareness and to let go of comparison and judgement. As we close our eyes and allow other senses to come alive, experience the freedom and aliveness of stepping more fully into who you truly are and trusting the highest teacher within you. Awaken!
Bliss Flow….LOVE more!
This playful, high energy, dynamic vinyasa practice is designed to take you on a journey inward to tap into your own true, boundless nature. We will sweat, we will compassionately explore the edge, and we will smile as we dive deep into the body…releasing tension, letting go of boundaries and exploring what is real….and finding love. This vigorous vinyasa practice will include arm-balances and heart openers and will close with chanting, song and a short yoga nidra.