Meet the Instructors

Get to Know Ayurvedic Health Counselor & Yoga Teacher Lindsey Rozmes

Lindsey is a NAMA certified Ayurveda Health Counselor, wellness mentor, and yoga teacher. She works with clients to inspire transformational shifts in their health and wellbeing. Her lifestyle programs infuse the ancient practices of Ayurveda, self-care rituals, plant-based nutrition and yoga to pave the path to balance and intuitive healing. Check out her classes at Yoga in the Heights, follow

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5 Reasons Why Forrest Yoga is So Different (and So Awesome) and Why You Should Try It

by Lola Rephann If the first time you ever heard the phrase “Forrest Yoga” you pictured people doing yoga in trees, you are definitely not alone. If you’ve never heard the phrase “Forrest Yoga,” that’s great! You don’t have any pre-conceived notions about it, unless the previous sentence now has you picturing yourself doing yoga in a forest. Anyway,

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Get to Know Sruti Lankireddy!

In an effort to help you get to know the Yoga in the Heights staff, we’ll be posting Q&As every month with one of the staff members. This month I’d like to introduce you to Sruti Lankireddy, one of our front desk staff. Sruti has been practicing yoga at YITH since almost the beginning of the year and recently started

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“Yoga Blend” Brings Yoga to Jersey City’s Latino Community

by Laryssa Wirstiuk A new class offering at Yoga in the Heights, Yoga Blend is a one-hour, Vinyasa-and-Hatha-blend class with instructions given in both English and Spanish. Instructor Adriana Rambay Fernández teaches Yoga Blend three times a week: on Tuesday and Thursdays at 5:15pm and Saturdays at 11:15am. According to Rambay Fernández, “Yoga Blend offers Latinos a sense of familiarity and

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Get to Know Powerflow Instructor Robyn Jeffries

Robyn Jeffries teaches Powerflow – a vigorous, core-based vinyasa flow class – on Tuesday and Thursday evenings (6:30 pm) and on Saturday mornings (9:30 am). On her website, RobynJeffriesYOGA.com, she writes: “Robyn enjoys being able to share a more vigorous, traditional style of Vinyasa yoga… [she] creates a non-judgmental environment, where the practitioner can focus, be challenged, let go and be

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