Bryan turned to yoga after a cancer scare, wanting to be healthier, and found a level of health never before known or expected. Bryan ‘s three favorite things about teaching include being able to facilitate healing, bringing balance to one’s life, and seeing his students achieve their goals. Bryan enjoys staying active through wakeboarding, hiking, motor cross, and has recently taken up Triathlons. Yoga has enhanced these activities by giving him increased balance, breathe, strength and flexibility, which he strives to pass along in his classes. He became a teacher to give back what yoga has given him. He studied under Corena Hammer’s RYT 200 Hr Program. Bryan loves reading and the learning process. He has a Masters Degree in Public Policy from the University of Utah. Yoga, for him, has become an ever evolving learning process, one that unfolds daily in new ways.
What to Expect From Bryan
Bryan is foremost a student of yoga and brings what he learns into his class. Students can expect a playful practice with fun music, education on anatomy and proper alignment, class themes with takeaway thoughts and challenges, and a mix of different yoga styles, including AcroYoga.