Modern yoga consists of a range of techniques including asanas and meditation derived from some of the philosophies, teachings and practices of the Yoga school, which is one of the six schools of traditional Hindu philosophies, and organised into a wide variety of schools and denominations. It has been described by Elizabeth de Michelis as having four types, namely
A meditative means of discovering dysfunctional perception and cognition, as well as overcoming it to release any suffering, find inner peace and salvation.
Amy began practicing Yoga in 2011 as a complimentary healing modality to the art of self-care. Out of a desire to understand the human condition, she has explored various yogic styles and immersed herself in meditation traditions such as Vipassana, Hebrew Kabbalah and creating herbal elixirs through the Royal Art of Alchemy. Amy received her 300-hour Hatha Therapy certification in 2016 and is a certified Reiki Master in the Usui Shiki Ryoho lineage.
Jeanette has been teaching yoga since 2007. Her focus has mostly been on postural analysis in the 26 postures of Bikram Yoga. She owned 2 studios in Albuquerque, New Mexico for almost a decade, and has continued to teach in San Marcos, Texas after moving to New Braunfels in 2015. Her teaching style is always evolving with a focus on honoring the healing benefits of the Bikram sequence while also allowing space for change and spontaneity. Over this last year she has ventured out into the world of Hatha and vinyasa studies.