Brea began her yoga journey over 10 years ago. In 2009, she completed her first 200 hour teacher training while living in Playa del Carmen, Mexico with teacher Ellen de Jonge E-RYT 200. In 2015, she completed 300 hours of advanced training at Yoga Yoga Austin and currently holds a 500 hour certification through Yoga Alliance. She is the founder and owner of Yoga San Angelo and is certified as a continued education provider for teachers and practitioners.
Brea is passionate about providing every human with an opportunity to tap into their own innate abilities, personal truths, authenticity, and purpose here on Earth. She believes that you have to fall down to get back up. And that action and adventure make dreams come true! She lives life as spiritual being having a human experience. She stands up for freedom of the heart and limitless love. Love with no boundaries! Love with no blinders!
Yoga + Meditation Teacher, Momma, Mentor, Chef, Lover of Life
Kimberly Jameson is a momma, foodie, and yoga teacher who shares the practice of yoga and meditation to heal, harmonize, and enhance your WHOLE life.
Kimberly's teachings are inspired by many styles and honored teachers with whom she has studied. Kimberly is recognized for being a powerful, clear teacher while creating a down to earth space for her students to explore their practice. Her classes are a blend uniquely sequenced power or gentle flow, yin, pranayama, and meditation.
Being an E-200RYT/Pre-Natal teacher and mentor, Kimberly has taught yoga since 2012 and practicing since 2001. She is a devoted student who holds a deep reverence for her practice that she shares with her students in a loving and supportive way in their journey as a practitioner or future teacher and leader.
Kimberly has created many community events, classes, and even SUP Yoga while leading classes at her independent studio. Currently, she co-creates teacher training programs and educational classes at Yoga San Angelo.
Kimberly was influenced by many brilliant teachers but formally, Amy Johnson and Adri Kyser in Dallas, TX. Her current primary teacher is Yogarupa Rod Stryker..
Alicia received her 200 hour training in Kundalini Yoga in 2012 from Yoga Yoga in Austin, Tx. Kundalini Yoga incorporates using Mantras, Mudras, Breath Work and Meditation into the yoga practice. She first became interested in Yoga in 2000 while working in Cardiac Rehabilitation in Oregon. The patient’s were offered Yoga and Tai Chi classes during rehab after Cardiac events, and they seemed to heal faster and thrive after receiving a more Holistic approach to their health care. Alicia has enjoyed teaching yoga in the community to a variety of populations from children & adults to Chair Yoga with the elderly & people with Multiple Sclerosis.
Alicia has been a nurse for over 25 years and now practices as a Nutrition and Health Coach. Her passion has always been in the Healing Arts.
I have a deep-seated passion for transformation, as yoga has created such a profound change in my own life. I became a yoga instructor with the intention that I wanted to do something that would impact and help the lives of others and that is what I strive for in each class. A Hatha form based class that uses strength to find a deeper stretch--through the embodiment of this method, one will see oneself transform both inside and out. I help to take students to that place within themselves where they find strength, beauty, and peace. This is something I strive for in all that I do, whether its engaging with my children or Kayaking at sunrise. All moments in life are a opportunities to connect, find, and strive for whatever it is that one is searching for in life.
I am a RYT200 Yoga Teacher, I was certified through Namah Sivaya International School of Yoga. I have also studied under Christina Sell of The San Marcos School of Yoga, whose attention to detail and layers of asana description cannot be beaten. I have also studied with Manorama, a self-proclaimed Guru of Jivamukti Yoga School in NY. My experience with this amazing woman has broadened not only my insight of yoga but also my out look on life. With these experiences I hope to bring the same positive nurturing to each of my students.
Yoga is more of service than a job and with that I live to serve in the lives of each person that I meet and to bring to them the opportunity of transformation that I was given.
I started practicing yoga about thirteen years ago while in college. For the first several years of my practice, I studied Iyengar yoga, but eventually familiarized myself with other styles of yoga. Ready to take my personal practice to the next level, I started teaching about two and a half years ago. I got my RYT 200 last summer from the K. W. Yoga Teacher Training in Guanacaste, Costa Rica training in Vinyasa, Hatha, and Yin yoga. However, my roots in Iyengar definitely shine through in my teaching. (This translates into I LOVE USING PROPS!) I love how teaching requires me to continuously progress in all aspects of yoga in order to keep up with my students. If there is one thing I have learned, it’s that we are all on this journey together. We are united. We are one. Namaste
Meet Casey Pace. She is a new instructor who is on fire for yoga! She started practicing while attending Texas A&M studying International Communications, and has been dedicated ever since. Knowing she wanted to be an instructor from the very beginning, Casey became a registered teacher through Abilene Yoga House. She has studied extensively under Camie Garvey of AYH @ayogahouse and Jyl Kutsche @jylmarieyoga , senior Prajna Yoga instructor. Casey has experienced first-hand how practicing a yogic lifestyle can lift you up and set you on a path of happiness, authenticity and gratitude for life. Casey currently works in marketing and communications at #ASU and will be leading our Monday 4pm beginner friendly Gentle Yoga starting July 1st. We are excited to have Casey join our team here at #yogasanangelo ! Welcome @caseydpace 💚
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