are certified in Hatha yoga and have previous teaching experience. They use safe teaching sequences that warm you slowly and help you gain mobility, flexibility, strength, and balance. Safety and injury prevention are practiced in every class. You will be encouraged to work at your own pace, to listen to your body and pay attention to any past injuries. You will challenge yourself when you feel energetic and take it easy when you need a more gentle practice. We want you to enjoy every class and come back each week for more. Here are our bios:
Margo Pfleger is the owner and founder of Lost River Yoga. She is a registered yoga teacher (E-RYT 200) with the National Yoga Alliance. She completed her yoga teacher training with Ellen de Jonge at Yoga by the Way in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Margo also holds a Master’s Degree in Education and is an experienced teacher. Margo's classes are designed for all levels of yoga practitioners. She teaches Vinyasa Flow Yoga, a style which combines Hatha yoga poses with movement and breath. She also teaches Introduction to Yoga, Yoga Basics for Flexibility and Strength, and Chair Yoga for seniors. Margo believes that everyone can practice yoga regardless of age, gender, or physical condition. She encourages everyone to try yoga for at least 10 to 12 weeks and subscribes to the theory that "Yoga can change your life."
Gregory Sears completed his yoga teacher training with Amberlyn Mathis at Hot Yoga in Washington D.C. He is a registered yoga teacher (RYT 200) with the Yoga Alliance. Greg’s classes are also designed for all levels of yoga teaching. He helps beginning students modify their poses until they develop greater strength and flexibility. Greg believes that yoga holds great benefits for people from all walks of life and is dedicated to sharing this knowledge and experience with others. He encourages students to practice yoga not only on their mat but off their mat in all aspects of their life.
Mark Roncato completed his 200-hour yoga teacher training with Satya Larrea ((E-RYT 500) at Whole Yoga in Denver, Colorado. He began practicing yoga in 2008 and quickly discovered that a regular practice lessened his back pain and migraine bouts and brought a calming balance to his life. Mark also credits yoga for aiding in his recovery from a motorcycle accident. Mark teaches Yoga Basics and All-Levels at Whole Yoga. He is particularly skilled at teaching pose modifications so that beginning students can practice along side seasoned yogis with confidence and safety.