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yoga teacher

 

The more I practice yoga, the less I can find words for it. Yes, yoga can be making cool and challenging shapes. It can be disciplining yourself to do more than you think you ever could. It can also be allowing yourself to do less than you think you should. 

It's about becoming aware of who you truly are, foibles and mess and fear and all of it. And truly seeing yourself wherever you may be.

I've studied under discliplined teachers in Manhattan who were strongly influenced by precision of alignment. I came to understand the space and grace created when we challenge ourselves beyond our expectations and find a different way of aligning with life. 

And I've learned from teachers who believe the true practice of yoga isn't how well we execute a pose but how well we can surrender to the stillness found there. 

Some things students mention after class...
 

"You are the gentlest badass."

"That...was...AMAZING!" 

"With your class, I feel my soul STREEEEETCH."

"Wow." 

"How did you do that?!"

"That was meditative. My head was out by...Pluto."

"Beautiful." 

"When else do you teach?!"


"I like your style."

"Too soon to ask for a second date?"
[Uttered by a student after her first ever yoga class.]

[A goofy grin accompanied by a thumbs up before the student flopped back onto her bed after an online Yin class.]

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yoga classes online
online class link avail upon request at reneeschettler@gmail.com
private classes also available.


sundays
7 pm MST yin (stretch + restore)
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