200 HR Teacher Training
yoga V’s Training is taken over the course of 14 weeks. Classes are held during the evening and every other Saturday. Our program allows students deepen their personal practice by comprehensively learning more about the practice of yoga. This includes history, philosophy, chakras, meditation, and anatomy in physical poses. Students will then continue on to learn how to apply their knowledge in guiding as a yoga instructor.
Sabrina Suazo MS
Sabrina has been a student of yoga for over 20 years! She’s been all around the the US from Portland, OR to Pittsburgh, PA teaching yoga, pilates, barre, personal training and wellness coaching. Sabrina is E-RYT 200 and YACEP. She has over 1200 hours of yoga specific training and education!
Her teaching style is very non-competitive with emphasis on breathe and alignment within flowing movement. Within her classes she integrates her own personal experiences, knowledge in human anatomy, science, dance and philosophy. She is a firm believer that allowing for creativity, exploration and flexibility within the practice, it encourages students to deepen their own experience of yoga.
Sabrina has been fortunate to have taught at Savannah State University as adjunct facility, managed a national health clinic based out of Denver where she trained and coached people with Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s, assisted Denver’s high-risk populations in getting human services they needed, was the administrator of a national nonverbal communications consulting firm, provided holistic healthcare to underserved populations as a Health Coach at MarillacHealth and is currently Yoga V’s Studio Experience Manager.
Learn more about Sabrina by visiting her website at www.sabrinasuazo.com.
Tess teaches a challenging vinyasa flow classes that focus on finding growth through proper alignment, linking breath to movement, being mindful, and having a little fun!
She has been practicing yoga since 2001 and has taught over 2,500 hours since receiving her RYT 200 hour certification in 2006. She has continued her education in everything from anatomy and injury prevention to yoga philosophy and language. Her teaching stems from the influence of Christina Sell, Jamie Elmer, Tiffany Cruikshank, Dice Iida-Klein, and Baron Baptiste.
Growing up, Tess was always playing sports and took to running to help burn energy and feel good. However, something was missing that she couldn’t quite put her finger on until she took her first class at Baron Baptiste’s studio in Cambridge, MA. It was there that she found her bliss. Not only was she lengthening her muscles, and getting a solid workout physically, but the magic of yoga was changing her life on an emotional/spiritual level as well. It touched upon an aspect of her life that nothing else had. She completely absorbed herself into the practice as a student for 4 years before feeling ready to begin learning to teach others. See more about Tess.
Jamie has been teaching yoga and movement therapy full time for over 17 years. She specializes in alignment, anatomy and healing injuries. Jamie travels from her home base of Colorado to teach teacher
She currently is part of the faculty of teacher trainers with Max Strom’s Inner Axis training, Ashland Yoga Center (Ashland, OR), Santa Monica Yoga (Santa Monica, CA), Darling Yoga (Overland Park, KS), Easton Yoga (Easton, PA), PAI Yoga and Fitness (Dublin, OH), Rasa Yoga Center (Medford, OR), and Yoga V (Grand Junction, CO). You can follow her on Instagram, Facebook
Connect with Jamie more and practice with her on her streaming video membership site, found on her website: www.jamieelmeryoga.com