Byron de Marsé

Born and raised on a ranch in Oklahoma, I was raised to believe that simplicity is a key component of happiness. After losing my father at age 17 and experiencing a traumatic spiral of events during my adolescent years, I was introduced to yoga through a friend. It immediately spoke to my physical nature and after only a few classes I felt a strong and deep spiritual connection. I had found my therapy and church. The Vinyasa class I teach is dynamic and physically rigorous. Although the nature of my classes are physically demanding, my greatest focus is the safety and well being of my students. The four major points I stress in class are proper alignment, mindfulness of physical limits, deepness of breath, and calmness of mind. I have developed my classes to suit all levels of practitioners, offering modifications for newcomers and including advanced instruction for the seasoned yogi. Yoga has dramatically improved my physical wellness and has helped me develop a strong mental and emotional stability. Anyone coming in to practice will experience an increase mental and physical awareness and well-being. Practitioners will also slow the process of aging by increasing their cardiovascular health, decreasing toxicity and stagnation in the body and improving the functions of the 5 major systems of the body.
I hope to heal you soon.

This challenging sequence focuses on strength of core and upper body.  Seeing if you can maintain body control with strengh while focusi

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This fun 20 minute routine is done by a few strong men and has mostly strong and masculine poses accompanied with the option to do extra

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This stamina builder is well-rounded with a lot of standing and balancing postures. ‘Adding 1’ new pose to each round while r

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This is a great warm-up that leaves you feeling fresh and ready for more.  10 minutes of building core strength on the back followed bac

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After practicing for awhile most vinyasa students realize that the excessive cobras and up dogs can cause injuries if done improperly.  

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Bakasana and all of its variations put together in a flow sequence.  Having experience in crow will help and we recommend learning it fi

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Rudy often describes himself as “obsessed” with yoga and it is clearly evident in his teaching. Utilizing his experiences both on and off the mat, he inspires students to challenge their perceived boundaries while respecting their limitations. As he guides students within the class, he carefully breaks down each movement, finding myopic muscle and energetic actions to achieve the most.
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