Jeff Beaudoin

Jeff Beaudoin

I began practicing in 1999. Yoga practice is the master teacher, so I’ve maintained my personal practice while studying with only two teachers: Bryan Kest and Rudy Mettia, though I continue to glean insights from many others. Bryan taught me a beautiful yogic perspective, experiential understanding, and to be grateful. Rudy taught me safe and effective alignment, immense creative freedom, and the greatest lesson of all: how to laugh at life and myself. I’m deeply indebted to each of these men. In addition to over 6,000 classroom hours teaching yoga, I hold a Doctorate Degree in Natural Health focused in Transpersonal Studies, and 2 undergraduate degrees in Psychology. I have been helping individuals achieve optimum physical and mental wellbeing for over 25 years. My classes are versatile, focused, and just like life off the mat: intense, laid-back, relaxed, no-holds barred, easy, hard, comfortable, confronting, and everything in between. Either way, you can always count on receiving everything I’ve got to give.


Got a wall and 60 minutes? Limited space is no longer an excuse! Take full advantage of your wall to strengthen and stabilize all of the

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Can you look forward into the future or back into the past while staying grounded in the present? Can you consider all of the infinite po

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Surrender is the word of the day. The goal of yoga is the present moment. Get still, get quiet, and ride yo

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Can you withstand the heat of the flames without getting burned? This all-out intensity class starts with a warning shot and ends with a

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Form follows function’ in yoga means the postures we choose to practice should be primarily based on their intended purpose for com

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Inspired by classic military calisthentics, “Gunpowder” is an intense 60 minute mind-body meditation infused with the discipl

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An Oxidizing agent is anything that supports the combustion of fuel. In yoga, conscious, deep breathing is the catalyst that ignites the

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CALEY ALYSSA
I practice to stay connected to my body, my mind, my community, and to stay inspired as a teacher. I teach because I hope to provide a space for others to feel the way my practice has made me feel: supported, nurtured, challenged, empowered, and confident! Happy people = a happy world. I’m inspired by my dog who loves unconditionally,
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