Dec
12
Thu
Therapeutic Yoga with Patty @ Breezeway Yoga Studio
Dec 12 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
PattyJoin patty each Thursday at noon for Therapeutic Yoga. A great class for beginners and those with injuries.

This class is gentle movement and stretching and is suitable for all experience levels. $15 per class. Beginners & Injuries Welcome!

Dec
13
Fri
Progressive Flow with Jamie Kowarick @ Breezeway Yoga Studio
Dec 13 @ 8:00 am – 9:15 am

Progressive Flow  •  Friday at 8:00AM

In Progressive Flow, students will find themselves moving through a sequence a total of three times, each flow building off the previous. In the first round, students will move through a slow moving, muscle wakening flow. The second, balance and preparatory postures are offered with the option to move deeper into each pose and try more fluid transitions. The third sequence brings breath centric movement and the peak postures. This practice will help build confidence, strengthen and stretch the mind and body, and is suitable for all levels.


About Jamie:

Jamie took her first yoga class while attending college to fill a mandatory gym credit, searching for a creative and physical outlet like her first passion, dance. In this gym class, Jamie’s initial interest in yoga started.  Once graduated and working, Jamie again longed for a physical and mental outlet to help her express herself, and turned to yoga for another go around. What she found on her yoga mat was so much more than she expected.  Not only did she see results physically, Jamie looked forward to the challenge of finding balance and strength in the mind and body.  In turn, yoga was the perfect addition to her life to help cope with stress and anxiety.  All of these factors, plus a few more, are what inspired Jamie to go to teacher training in 2016, and she feels it was one of the best decisions she has ever made.

Jamie brings her dance background into all of her classes, which is why she loves Power and Vinyasa yoga so much.  With each class, Jamie sequences poses together to move the body on all planes and levels to open all areas of the body.  Jamie believes that yoga is something to be enjoyed and not taken too seriously, and wants to spread her love of yoga to help others achieve their goals.  She believes yoga truly is for everyone and every body, no matter their reason for first stepping on a yoga mat; and she hopes to see you there.

Dec
14
Sat
Power Yoga with Jill Bartine @ Breezeway Yoga Studio
Dec 14 @ 9:00 am – 10:15 am

Jill Bartine, M.M., RYT

JillB_headshotJill Bartine has been a teacher for more than half her life. As a classically-trained flutist who performs with the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, her first outlet for her teaching passion was music.  She is thrilled to now include yoga to her teaching repertoire after completing her 200-hour RYT certification in August 2011.  By the fall of 2013, she had already logged over 1,000 teaching hours, which made her eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as an E-RYT 200 (Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher).  She also holds a Bachelor of Music in flute performance from Northwestern University and a Master of Music from the University of Tennessee.

Having never been a fitness buff, Jill stepped into her first yoga class in 2002, and it was love at first sight.  Over the years that she has practiced, she is continually amazed at the benefits yoga has brought to her life – physical fitness, better posture, mental clarity, self-confidence, increased flexibility on and off the mat, and a general sense of peace and gratitude.

Professional musical performance employs controlled breath, body awareness, energy, creativity, rhythmic flow, and harmony — all qualities of a successful yoga practice.  Jill draws upon these elements in her classes, helping her students to feel in tune with their bodies and spirit, and those around them.  She professes to have “yoga ADHD” and constantly seeks new ways to experience poses and offer them to her students in a dynamic, playful way.

Jill teaches power and vinyasa group classes at multiple studios in Knoxville and also enjoys teaching private sessions for individuals and small groups. Connect with Jill via email:  flutistyogini@gmail.com ,  facebook.com/flutistyogini,
Twitter: twitter.com/flutistyogini, and Instagram: instagram.com/flutistyogini.

Dec
15
Sun
Power Yoga with Jill Bartine @ Breezeway Yoga Studio
Dec 15 @ 4:00 pm – 5:15 pm

Jill Bartine, M.M., RYT

JillB_headshotJill Bartine has been a teacher for more than half her life. As a classically-trained flutist who performs with the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, her first outlet for her teaching passion was music.  She is thrilled to now include yoga to her teaching repertoire after completing her 200-hour RYT certification in August 2011.  By the fall of 2013, she had already logged over 1,000 teaching hours, which made her eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as an E-RYT 200 (Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher).  She also holds a Bachelor of Music in flute performance from Northwestern University and a Master of Music from the University of Tennessee.

Having never been a fitness buff, Jill stepped into her first yoga class in 2002, and it was love at first sight.  Over the years that she has practiced, she is continually amazed at the benefits yoga has brought to her life – physical fitness, better posture, mental clarity, self-confidence, increased flexibility on and off the mat, and a general sense of peace and gratitude.

Professional musical performance employs controlled breath, body awareness, energy, creativity, rhythmic flow, and harmony — all qualities of a successful yoga practice.  Jill draws upon these elements in her classes, helping her students to feel in tune with their bodies and spirit, and those around them.  She professes to have “yoga ADHD” and constantly seeks new ways to experience poses and offer them to her students in a dynamic, playful way.

Jill teaches power and vinyasa group classes at multiple studios in Knoxville and also enjoys teaching private sessions for individuals and small groups. Connect with Jill via email:  flutistyogini@gmail.com ,  facebook.com/flutistyogini,
Twitter: twitter.com/flutistyogini, and Instagram: instagram.com/flutistyogini.

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Dec
19
Thu
Therapeutic Yoga with Patty @ Breezeway Yoga Studio
Dec 19 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
PattyJoin patty each Thursday at noon for Therapeutic Yoga. A great class for beginners and those with injuries.

This class is gentle movement and stretching and is suitable for all experience levels. $15 per class. Beginners & Injuries Welcome!

Dec
20
Fri
Progressive Flow with Jamie Kowarick @ Breezeway Yoga Studio
Dec 20 @ 8:00 am – 9:15 am

Progressive Flow  •  Friday at 8:00AM

In Progressive Flow, students will find themselves moving through a sequence a total of three times, each flow building off the previous. In the first round, students will move through a slow moving, muscle wakening flow. The second, balance and preparatory postures are offered with the option to move deeper into each pose and try more fluid transitions. The third sequence brings breath centric movement and the peak postures. This practice will help build confidence, strengthen and stretch the mind and body, and is suitable for all levels.


About Jamie:

Jamie took her first yoga class while attending college to fill a mandatory gym credit, searching for a creative and physical outlet like her first passion, dance. In this gym class, Jamie’s initial interest in yoga started.  Once graduated and working, Jamie again longed for a physical and mental outlet to help her express herself, and turned to yoga for another go around. What she found on her yoga mat was so much more than she expected.  Not only did she see results physically, Jamie looked forward to the challenge of finding balance and strength in the mind and body.  In turn, yoga was the perfect addition to her life to help cope with stress and anxiety.  All of these factors, plus a few more, are what inspired Jamie to go to teacher training in 2016, and she feels it was one of the best decisions she has ever made.

Jamie brings her dance background into all of her classes, which is why she loves Power and Vinyasa yoga so much.  With each class, Jamie sequences poses together to move the body on all planes and levels to open all areas of the body.  Jamie believes that yoga is something to be enjoyed and not taken too seriously, and wants to spread her love of yoga to help others achieve their goals.  She believes yoga truly is for everyone and every body, no matter their reason for first stepping on a yoga mat; and she hopes to see you there.

Dec
21
Sat
Power Yoga with Jill Bartine @ Breezeway Yoga Studio
Dec 21 @ 9:00 am – 10:15 am

Jill Bartine, M.M., RYT

JillB_headshotJill Bartine has been a teacher for more than half her life. As a classically-trained flutist who performs with the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, her first outlet for her teaching passion was music.  She is thrilled to now include yoga to her teaching repertoire after completing her 200-hour RYT certification in August 2011.  By the fall of 2013, she had already logged over 1,000 teaching hours, which made her eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as an E-RYT 200 (Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher).  She also holds a Bachelor of Music in flute performance from Northwestern University and a Master of Music from the University of Tennessee.

Having never been a fitness buff, Jill stepped into her first yoga class in 2002, and it was love at first sight.  Over the years that she has practiced, she is continually amazed at the benefits yoga has brought to her life – physical fitness, better posture, mental clarity, self-confidence, increased flexibility on and off the mat, and a general sense of peace and gratitude.

Professional musical performance employs controlled breath, body awareness, energy, creativity, rhythmic flow, and harmony — all qualities of a successful yoga practice.  Jill draws upon these elements in her classes, helping her students to feel in tune with their bodies and spirit, and those around them.  She professes to have “yoga ADHD” and constantly seeks new ways to experience poses and offer them to her students in a dynamic, playful way.

Jill teaches power and vinyasa group classes at multiple studios in Knoxville and also enjoys teaching private sessions for individuals and small groups. Connect with Jill via email:  flutistyogini@gmail.com ,  facebook.com/flutistyogini,
Twitter: twitter.com/flutistyogini, and Instagram: instagram.com/flutistyogini.

Dec
22
Sun
Power Yoga with Jill Bartine @ Breezeway Yoga Studio
Dec 22 @ 4:00 pm – 5:15 pm

Jill Bartine, M.M., RYT

JillB_headshotJill Bartine has been a teacher for more than half her life. As a classically-trained flutist who performs with the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, her first outlet for her teaching passion was music.  She is thrilled to now include yoga to her teaching repertoire after completing her 200-hour RYT certification in August 2011.  By the fall of 2013, she had already logged over 1,000 teaching hours, which made her eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as an E-RYT 200 (Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher).  She also holds a Bachelor of Music in flute performance from Northwestern University and a Master of Music from the University of Tennessee.

Having never been a fitness buff, Jill stepped into her first yoga class in 2002, and it was love at first sight.  Over the years that she has practiced, she is continually amazed at the benefits yoga has brought to her life – physical fitness, better posture, mental clarity, self-confidence, increased flexibility on and off the mat, and a general sense of peace and gratitude.

Professional musical performance employs controlled breath, body awareness, energy, creativity, rhythmic flow, and harmony — all qualities of a successful yoga practice.  Jill draws upon these elements in her classes, helping her students to feel in tune with their bodies and spirit, and those around them.  She professes to have “yoga ADHD” and constantly seeks new ways to experience poses and offer them to her students in a dynamic, playful way.

Jill teaches power and vinyasa group classes at multiple studios in Knoxville and also enjoys teaching private sessions for individuals and small groups. Connect with Jill via email:  flutistyogini@gmail.com ,  facebook.com/flutistyogini,
Twitter: twitter.com/flutistyogini, and Instagram: instagram.com/flutistyogini.

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Dec
26
Thu
Therapeutic Yoga with Patty @ Breezeway Yoga Studio
Dec 26 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
PattyJoin patty each Thursday at noon for Therapeutic Yoga. A great class for beginners and those with injuries.

This class is gentle movement and stretching and is suitable for all experience levels. $15 per class. Beginners & Injuries Welcome!

Dec
27
Fri
Progressive Flow with Jamie Kowarick @ Breezeway Yoga Studio
Dec 27 @ 8:00 am – 9:15 am

Progressive Flow  •  Friday at 8:00AM

In Progressive Flow, students will find themselves moving through a sequence a total of three times, each flow building off the previous. In the first round, students will move through a slow moving, muscle wakening flow. The second, balance and preparatory postures are offered with the option to move deeper into each pose and try more fluid transitions. The third sequence brings breath centric movement and the peak postures. This practice will help build confidence, strengthen and stretch the mind and body, and is suitable for all levels.


About Jamie:

Jamie took her first yoga class while attending college to fill a mandatory gym credit, searching for a creative and physical outlet like her first passion, dance. In this gym class, Jamie’s initial interest in yoga started.  Once graduated and working, Jamie again longed for a physical and mental outlet to help her express herself, and turned to yoga for another go around. What she found on her yoga mat was so much more than she expected.  Not only did she see results physically, Jamie looked forward to the challenge of finding balance and strength in the mind and body.  In turn, yoga was the perfect addition to her life to help cope with stress and anxiety.  All of these factors, plus a few more, are what inspired Jamie to go to teacher training in 2016, and she feels it was one of the best decisions she has ever made.

Jamie brings her dance background into all of her classes, which is why she loves Power and Vinyasa yoga so much.  With each class, Jamie sequences poses together to move the body on all planes and levels to open all areas of the body.  Jamie believes that yoga is something to be enjoyed and not taken too seriously, and wants to spread her love of yoga to help others achieve their goals.  She believes yoga truly is for everyone and every body, no matter their reason for first stepping on a yoga mat; and she hopes to see you there.

Dec
28
Sat
Power Yoga with Jill Bartine @ Breezeway Yoga Studio
Dec 28 @ 9:00 am – 10:15 am

Jill Bartine, M.M., RYT

JillB_headshotJill Bartine has been a teacher for more than half her life. As a classically-trained flutist who performs with the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, her first outlet for her teaching passion was music.  She is thrilled to now include yoga to her teaching repertoire after completing her 200-hour RYT certification in August 2011.  By the fall of 2013, she had already logged over 1,000 teaching hours, which made her eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as an E-RYT 200 (Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher).  She also holds a Bachelor of Music in flute performance from Northwestern University and a Master of Music from the University of Tennessee.

Having never been a fitness buff, Jill stepped into her first yoga class in 2002, and it was love at first sight.  Over the years that she has practiced, she is continually amazed at the benefits yoga has brought to her life – physical fitness, better posture, mental clarity, self-confidence, increased flexibility on and off the mat, and a general sense of peace and gratitude.

Professional musical performance employs controlled breath, body awareness, energy, creativity, rhythmic flow, and harmony — all qualities of a successful yoga practice.  Jill draws upon these elements in her classes, helping her students to feel in tune with their bodies and spirit, and those around them.  She professes to have “yoga ADHD” and constantly seeks new ways to experience poses and offer them to her students in a dynamic, playful way.

Jill teaches power and vinyasa group classes at multiple studios in Knoxville and also enjoys teaching private sessions for individuals and small groups. Connect with Jill via email:  flutistyogini@gmail.com ,  facebook.com/flutistyogini,
Twitter: twitter.com/flutistyogini, and Instagram: instagram.com/flutistyogini.

Dec
29
Sun
Power Yoga with Jill Bartine @ Breezeway Yoga Studio
Dec 29 @ 4:00 pm – 5:15 pm

Jill Bartine, M.M., RYT

JillB_headshotJill Bartine has been a teacher for more than half her life. As a classically-trained flutist who performs with the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, her first outlet for her teaching passion was music.  She is thrilled to now include yoga to her teaching repertoire after completing her 200-hour RYT certification in August 2011.  By the fall of 2013, she had already logged over 1,000 teaching hours, which made her eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as an E-RYT 200 (Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher).  She also holds a Bachelor of Music in flute performance from Northwestern University and a Master of Music from the University of Tennessee.

Having never been a fitness buff, Jill stepped into her first yoga class in 2002, and it was love at first sight.  Over the years that she has practiced, she is continually amazed at the benefits yoga has brought to her life – physical fitness, better posture, mental clarity, self-confidence, increased flexibility on and off the mat, and a general sense of peace and gratitude.

Professional musical performance employs controlled breath, body awareness, energy, creativity, rhythmic flow, and harmony — all qualities of a successful yoga practice.  Jill draws upon these elements in her classes, helping her students to feel in tune with their bodies and spirit, and those around them.  She professes to have “yoga ADHD” and constantly seeks new ways to experience poses and offer them to her students in a dynamic, playful way.

Jill teaches power and vinyasa group classes at multiple studios in Knoxville and also enjoys teaching private sessions for individuals and small groups. Connect with Jill via email:  flutistyogini@gmail.com ,  facebook.com/flutistyogini,
Twitter: twitter.com/flutistyogini, and Instagram: instagram.com/flutistyogini.

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Jan
2
Thu
Therapeutic Yoga with Patty @ Breezeway Yoga Studio
Jan 2 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
PattyJoin patty each Thursday at noon for Therapeutic Yoga. A great class for beginners and those with injuries.

This class is gentle movement and stretching and is suitable for all experience levels. $15 per class. Beginners & Injuries Welcome!

Jan
3
Fri
Progressive Flow with Jamie Kowarick @ Breezeway Yoga Studio
Jan 3 @ 8:00 am – 9:15 am

Progressive Flow  •  Friday at 8:00AM

In Progressive Flow, students will find themselves moving through a sequence a total of three times, each flow building off the previous. In the first round, students will move through a slow moving, muscle wakening flow. The second, balance and preparatory postures are offered with the option to move deeper into each pose and try more fluid transitions. The third sequence brings breath centric movement and the peak postures. This practice will help build confidence, strengthen and stretch the mind and body, and is suitable for all levels.


About Jamie:

Jamie took her first yoga class while attending college to fill a mandatory gym credit, searching for a creative and physical outlet like her first passion, dance. In this gym class, Jamie’s initial interest in yoga started.  Once graduated and working, Jamie again longed for a physical and mental outlet to help her express herself, and turned to yoga for another go around. What she found on her yoga mat was so much more than she expected.  Not only did she see results physically, Jamie looked forward to the challenge of finding balance and strength in the mind and body.  In turn, yoga was the perfect addition to her life to help cope with stress and anxiety.  All of these factors, plus a few more, are what inspired Jamie to go to teacher training in 2016, and she feels it was one of the best decisions she has ever made.

Jamie brings her dance background into all of her classes, which is why she loves Power and Vinyasa yoga so much.  With each class, Jamie sequences poses together to move the body on all planes and levels to open all areas of the body.  Jamie believes that yoga is something to be enjoyed and not taken too seriously, and wants to spread her love of yoga to help others achieve their goals.  She believes yoga truly is for everyone and every body, no matter their reason for first stepping on a yoga mat; and she hopes to see you there.

Jan
4
Sat
Power Yoga with Jill Bartine @ Breezeway Yoga Studio
Jan 4 @ 9:00 am – 10:15 am

Jill Bartine, M.M., RYT

JillB_headshotJill Bartine has been a teacher for more than half her life. As a classically-trained flutist who performs with the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, her first outlet for her teaching passion was music.  She is thrilled to now include yoga to her teaching repertoire after completing her 200-hour RYT certification in August 2011.  By the fall of 2013, she had already logged over 1,000 teaching hours, which made her eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as an E-RYT 200 (Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher).  She also holds a Bachelor of Music in flute performance from Northwestern University and a Master of Music from the University of Tennessee.

Having never been a fitness buff, Jill stepped into her first yoga class in 2002, and it was love at first sight.  Over the years that she has practiced, she is continually amazed at the benefits yoga has brought to her life – physical fitness, better posture, mental clarity, self-confidence, increased flexibility on and off the mat, and a general sense of peace and gratitude.

Professional musical performance employs controlled breath, body awareness, energy, creativity, rhythmic flow, and harmony — all qualities of a successful yoga practice.  Jill draws upon these elements in her classes, helping her students to feel in tune with their bodies and spirit, and those around them.  She professes to have “yoga ADHD” and constantly seeks new ways to experience poses and offer them to her students in a dynamic, playful way.

Jill teaches power and vinyasa group classes at multiple studios in Knoxville and also enjoys teaching private sessions for individuals and small groups. Connect with Jill via email:  flutistyogini@gmail.com ,  facebook.com/flutistyogini,
Twitter: twitter.com/flutistyogini, and Instagram: instagram.com/flutistyogini.

Jan
5
Sun
Power Yoga with Jill Bartine @ Breezeway Yoga Studio
Jan 5 @ 4:00 pm – 5:15 pm

Jill Bartine, M.M., RYT

JillB_headshotJill Bartine has been a teacher for more than half her life. As a classically-trained flutist who performs with the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, her first outlet for her teaching passion was music.  She is thrilled to now include yoga to her teaching repertoire after completing her 200-hour RYT certification in August 2011.  By the fall of 2013, she had already logged over 1,000 teaching hours, which made her eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as an E-RYT 200 (Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher).  She also holds a Bachelor of Music in flute performance from Northwestern University and a Master of Music from the University of Tennessee.

Having never been a fitness buff, Jill stepped into her first yoga class in 2002, and it was love at first sight.  Over the years that she has practiced, she is continually amazed at the benefits yoga has brought to her life – physical fitness, better posture, mental clarity, self-confidence, increased flexibility on and off the mat, and a general sense of peace and gratitude.

Professional musical performance employs controlled breath, body awareness, energy, creativity, rhythmic flow, and harmony — all qualities of a successful yoga practice.  Jill draws upon these elements in her classes, helping her students to feel in tune with their bodies and spirit, and those around them.  She professes to have “yoga ADHD” and constantly seeks new ways to experience poses and offer them to her students in a dynamic, playful way.

Jill teaches power and vinyasa group classes at multiple studios in Knoxville and also enjoys teaching private sessions for individuals and small groups. Connect with Jill via email:  flutistyogini@gmail.com ,  facebook.com/flutistyogini,
Twitter: twitter.com/flutistyogini, and Instagram: instagram.com/flutistyogini.

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Jan
9
Thu
Therapeutic Yoga with Patty @ Breezeway Yoga Studio
Jan 9 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
PattyJoin patty each Thursday at noon for Therapeutic Yoga. A great class for beginners and those with injuries.

This class is gentle movement and stretching and is suitable for all experience levels. $15 per class. Beginners & Injuries Welcome!

Jan
10
Fri
Progressive Flow with Jamie Kowarick @ Breezeway Yoga Studio
Jan 10 @ 8:00 am – 9:15 am

Progressive Flow  •  Friday at 8:00AM

In Progressive Flow, students will find themselves moving through a sequence a total of three times, each flow building off the previous. In the first round, students will move through a slow moving, muscle wakening flow. The second, balance and preparatory postures are offered with the option to move deeper into each pose and try more fluid transitions. The third sequence brings breath centric movement and the peak postures. This practice will help build confidence, strengthen and stretch the mind and body, and is suitable for all levels.


About Jamie:

Jamie took her first yoga class while attending college to fill a mandatory gym credit, searching for a creative and physical outlet like her first passion, dance. In this gym class, Jamie’s initial interest in yoga started.  Once graduated and working, Jamie again longed for a physical and mental outlet to help her express herself, and turned to yoga for another go around. What she found on her yoga mat was so much more than she expected.  Not only did she see results physically, Jamie looked forward to the challenge of finding balance and strength in the mind and body.  In turn, yoga was the perfect addition to her life to help cope with stress and anxiety.  All of these factors, plus a few more, are what inspired Jamie to go to teacher training in 2016, and she feels it was one of the best decisions she has ever made.

Jamie brings her dance background into all of her classes, which is why she loves Power and Vinyasa yoga so much.  With each class, Jamie sequences poses together to move the body on all planes and levels to open all areas of the body.  Jamie believes that yoga is something to be enjoyed and not taken too seriously, and wants to spread her love of yoga to help others achieve their goals.  She believes yoga truly is for everyone and every body, no matter their reason for first stepping on a yoga mat; and she hopes to see you there.

Jan
11
Sat
Power Yoga with Jill Bartine @ Breezeway Yoga Studio
Jan 11 @ 9:00 am – 10:15 am

Jill Bartine, M.M., RYT

JillB_headshotJill Bartine has been a teacher for more than half her life. As a classically-trained flutist who performs with the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, her first outlet for her teaching passion was music.  She is thrilled to now include yoga to her teaching repertoire after completing her 200-hour RYT certification in August 2011.  By the fall of 2013, she had already logged over 1,000 teaching hours, which made her eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as an E-RYT 200 (Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher).  She also holds a Bachelor of Music in flute performance from Northwestern University and a Master of Music from the University of Tennessee.

Having never been a fitness buff, Jill stepped into her first yoga class in 2002, and it was love at first sight.  Over the years that she has practiced, she is continually amazed at the benefits yoga has brought to her life – physical fitness, better posture, mental clarity, self-confidence, increased flexibility on and off the mat, and a general sense of peace and gratitude.

Professional musical performance employs controlled breath, body awareness, energy, creativity, rhythmic flow, and harmony — all qualities of a successful yoga practice.  Jill draws upon these elements in her classes, helping her students to feel in tune with their bodies and spirit, and those around them.  She professes to have “yoga ADHD” and constantly seeks new ways to experience poses and offer them to her students in a dynamic, playful way.

Jill teaches power and vinyasa group classes at multiple studios in Knoxville and also enjoys teaching private sessions for individuals and small groups. Connect with Jill via email:  flutistyogini@gmail.com ,  facebook.com/flutistyogini,
Twitter: twitter.com/flutistyogini, and Instagram: instagram.com/flutistyogini.

Jan
12
Sun
Power Yoga with Jill Bartine @ Breezeway Yoga Studio
Jan 12 @ 4:00 pm – 5:15 pm

Jill Bartine, M.M., RYT

JillB_headshotJill Bartine has been a teacher for more than half her life. As a classically-trained flutist who performs with the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, her first outlet for her teaching passion was music.  She is thrilled to now include yoga to her teaching repertoire after completing her 200-hour RYT certification in August 2011.  By the fall of 2013, she had already logged over 1,000 teaching hours, which made her eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as an E-RYT 200 (Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher).  She also holds a Bachelor of Music in flute performance from Northwestern University and a Master of Music from the University of Tennessee.

Having never been a fitness buff, Jill stepped into her first yoga class in 2002, and it was love at first sight.  Over the years that she has practiced, she is continually amazed at the benefits yoga has brought to her life – physical fitness, better posture, mental clarity, self-confidence, increased flexibility on and off the mat, and a general sense of peace and gratitude.

Professional musical performance employs controlled breath, body awareness, energy, creativity, rhythmic flow, and harmony — all qualities of a successful yoga practice.  Jill draws upon these elements in her classes, helping her students to feel in tune with their bodies and spirit, and those around them.  She professes to have “yoga ADHD” and constantly seeks new ways to experience poses and offer them to her students in a dynamic, playful way.

Jill teaches power and vinyasa group classes at multiple studios in Knoxville and also enjoys teaching private sessions for individuals and small groups. Connect with Jill via email:  flutistyogini@gmail.com ,  facebook.com/flutistyogini,
Twitter: twitter.com/flutistyogini, and Instagram: instagram.com/flutistyogini.

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Jan
16
Thu
Therapeutic Yoga with Patty @ Breezeway Yoga Studio
Jan 16 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
PattyJoin patty each Thursday at noon for Therapeutic Yoga. A great class for beginners and those with injuries.

This class is gentle movement and stretching and is suitable for all experience levels. $15 per class. Beginners & Injuries Welcome!

Jan
17
Fri
Progressive Flow with Jamie Kowarick @ Breezeway Yoga Studio
Jan 17 @ 8:00 am – 9:15 am

Progressive Flow  •  Friday at 8:00AM

In Progressive Flow, students will find themselves moving through a sequence a total of three times, each flow building off the previous. In the first round, students will move through a slow moving, muscle wakening flow. The second, balance and preparatory postures are offered with the option to move deeper into each pose and try more fluid transitions. The third sequence brings breath centric movement and the peak postures. This practice will help build confidence, strengthen and stretch the mind and body, and is suitable for all levels.


About Jamie:

Jamie took her first yoga class while attending college to fill a mandatory gym credit, searching for a creative and physical outlet like her first passion, dance. In this gym class, Jamie’s initial interest in yoga started.  Once graduated and working, Jamie again longed for a physical and mental outlet to help her express herself, and turned to yoga for another go around. What she found on her yoga mat was so much more than she expected.  Not only did she see results physically, Jamie looked forward to the challenge of finding balance and strength in the mind and body.  In turn, yoga was the perfect addition to her life to help cope with stress and anxiety.  All of these factors, plus a few more, are what inspired Jamie to go to teacher training in 2016, and she feels it was one of the best decisions she has ever made.

Jamie brings her dance background into all of her classes, which is why she loves Power and Vinyasa yoga so much.  With each class, Jamie sequences poses together to move the body on all planes and levels to open all areas of the body.  Jamie believes that yoga is something to be enjoyed and not taken too seriously, and wants to spread her love of yoga to help others achieve their goals.  She believes yoga truly is for everyone and every body, no matter their reason for first stepping on a yoga mat; and she hopes to see you there.