Lyn’s search for peace and self-understanding led her to yoga more than a decade ago, and she continues that journey today as a yoga teacher and student. As a teacher, Lyn believes yoga is accessible to everyone, and she teaches from a place of respect for what each person brings to the mat. Her intention is to create a nurturing space that supports each student’s deep connection with self. Her teaching emphasizes breathing fully, moving mindfully, and practicing kindness and gentleness toward oneself. “I encourage students to listen within, to understand what they are seeking in the practice, to allow the practice to serve their highest good.”
Lyn trained through Dragonfly Yoga School at River Rock for her 200-hour certification and has been teaching since 2009. She gives many thanks to her teachers, including Moira Anderson, Laura Tyree, Nancy Allen, Susan Culpepper, Cheryl Catronbone, Baxter Bell, JJ Gormley, Chase Bossart, Cora Wen, Leif Anderson, and Suzanne Green River.
Buck enjoys teaching yin classes: the stress on the skeletal body (bones, joints, tendons, ligaments) the movement of the fascia (integrating mesh that envelops the bones, muscles, and organs) deep within, and the meditative long (up to five minutes) holds to the poses. He looks forward to the honor of having you participate in a class.
A gentle yoga class that includes introduction to vinyasa flow, which combines attention to the breath with gentle, flowing, therapeutic movement.