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Contact Jenny
for privates and semi private lessons

Over the years, she continued on her studies of meditation and Buddhism. She took a detour to pursue a law degree from New York Law School in 2001 and practiced law in New Jersey for a brief time.  Since 2004, Jenny has established herself in the Summit community raising her three beautiful children with her husband Glen. Her commitment to her yoga practice while raising her family became more significant and a great source of strength to her. Jenny received her 200 hour teacher training certificate from Bhakti Barn Yoga Studio in May 2014 under the beloved guidance of Betsy Davis.  She received a 50 hour advanced training with Rodney and Colleen Yee in 2017.  She continues her studies often visiting teachers that inspire her specifically Judith Hanson Lasater and Jason Crandall.

Jenny teaches mindful alignment based flow classes and gentle yoga classes that keep the student connected with their breath to help facilitate strengthening, flexibility and balance within.  

BREATH.

ABOUT MYSELF...

Jenny took her first yoga class in 1992, at a Kripalu based yoga studio in Burlington, Vermont.  She began to practice meditation and study Tibetan Buddhism while in undergraduate school at the University of Vermont. Jenny spent seven months studying Tibetan Buddhism throughout India, Nepal and Tibet as part of her undergraduate degree. 

Don’t move the way fear makes you move

Move the way love makes you move

Move the way joy makes you move

~ Osho

 

ABOUT MY CLASSES...

Yoga is for everyone.  It’s a meditation practice first and foremost. I teach a mindful alignment based flow class that keeps the student connected with their breath to help facilitate strengthening and stretching of various muscle groups. I also teach gentle style classes that are beneficial to students who prefer a non vinyasa style class.  All of my classes offer modifications for students who have various injuries specifically those with low back pain as well as students who have osteoporosis.  Yoga is a therapeutic practice for both the body and mind.  I love teaching a diverse array of students from beginners to advanced practitioners. Yoga can be accessible to everyone regardless of age, strength or flexibility.