Bio

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About Jennifer Barone

Jennifer is an experienced and compassionate yoga instructor and an intuitive energy healer. She teaches empowering and inspiring Vinyasa Flow Yoga, Restorative Yoga and Meditation and offers personalized sessions using reiki, crystals, sound healing with singing bowls, tuning forks and more to awaken, energize and elevate our vibration.

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Jennifer considers yoga practice an expression of gratitude and a pathway to experiencing life to its fullest. Her classes focus on bringing awareness, self-love and healing intention from our breath to our bodies – deeply connecting to vital life force energy and our highest self through conscious movement.

Jennifer has been practicing yoga since 1998. She is a certified yoga instructor since 2003 and has taught weekly yoga classes, workshops and retreats in New York City, San Francisco and Marin.

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Her interest in energy work has lead Jennifer to become a certified, master-level Reiki healer. She offers unique and intuitive personalized, energy healing sessions using Reiki, high-vibrational Crystals and Sound Healing with tuning forks, and Tibetan and crystal singing bowls to balance the chakras and enhance energy flow. She has also received certifications in Rahanni Celestial energy healing, Shamanic practitioner training and is currently studying ancestral herbal practices.

In her personal life Jennifer loves to travel and has studied art and design. She is a published poet and organizes community readings. She believes that all art forms are a way of connecting to our inner world and allow us a channel to express what feels inexpressible. So many ways to connect with the divine!


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Styles of Yoga:

Yoga means “to create union, to join, to tie the strands of the mind together.” With this concept I teach a practice of asanas (postures) that flow seamlessly together, connected and led by awareness of breath, in a moving meditation that joins the body, breath, mind and spirit to move together as one.

Hatha / Vinyasa Flow

Multi-level – Beginner – Advanced: A flowing sequence of postures that gently builds heat within the body. A strong focus on linking breath to movement through transitions from one posture to the next, creating a fluid, moving meditation. Sequences work through all areas of the body, including standing, seated, spinal twists, forward and back bends, inversions and a final relaxation. Great for those who need to move their bodies to build heat and burn impurities while also feeling grounded and relaxed. 

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Restorative Yoga

A practice of reclining postures utilizing a multitude of props to effortlessly gain the benefits of a well-rounded Yoga practice. Zero impact, great for any level. Perfect for those who suffer from anxiety, stress and restlessness and could benefit from deep relaxation. I call this “dessert yoga” because it is very relaxing and enjoyable.

Ergonomic / Office Yoga

Simple stretches that can be performed standing or seated, focusing on common areas of the body that are affected from sitting at a desk or doing general office tasks. For any level, it can be practiced in a conference room, office space and even in an office chair.

Guided Breathing / Pranayama

Pranayama (vital life force expansion) uses various methods of working with and controlling the breath while cleansing Nadis (energy channels) within the body. These practices can be incorporated into a Hatha or Flow class or can be practiced on their own in reclining or seated postures.

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Guided Meditation

Develop a comfortable seated posture, breath awareness and work toward stilling the mind. It can include cultivating positive thinking, awareness of body and thought patterns, mudras (hand gestures), chakras (energy-centers) and visualizations. Meditation can be incorporated into a Hatha or Flow class and can be practiced on its own in seated postures.

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