Perfect complement to any fitness routine whether you are a runner, power lifter, or just looking to sculpt & tone your body. You will flow from one posture (asana) to the next in conjunction with your breath to build heat and increase flexibility. Vinyasa translates to breath synchronized movement and offers a wide variety of poses, sequences, and challenging progressions.
Victoria Wolfgang is a yoga teacher (RYT-200, Functional Ashtanga 500-hr, Rocket 50-hr) and ipec certified life coach (CPC) specializing in intuitive wellness and body-centered psychology. She has bachelor's degrees in both biology and psychology and has always been fascinated by the relationship between the body and mind.
Victoria has been practicing yoga since 2015 when it helped her find relief from chronic anxiety and interoceptive dysfunction related to childhood trauma and undiagnosed nuerodivergence (ASD&ADHD). She has been teaching since 2018 after graduating from Mimi Rieger's Power Vinyasa Teacher Training.
Victoria's teaching style is most influenced by ashtanga, vinyasa, rocket, and trauma informed yoga. She believes in the benefits of both a scientifically informed, systematic approach to movement, as well as intuitive and free-form movement aimed at entering a mental state of creative flow.
Her background as a martial artist and dance therapy practitioner informs her creative vinyasa sequences.
She aims to plant mindful seeds in vigorous yet playful classes designed to help people cultivate functional mobility, self-awareness and a deeper connection with their bodies. She holds the ancient origins of yoga in great respect and weaves yogic philosophy concepts into her classes, believing that a more inclusive and equitable world begins with each individual's self-care and self-study (svadhyaya).
Victoria is a mysore ashtanga yoga practitioner studying under level 2 authorized ashtanga teacher Michael Joel Hall.
She also practices acroyoga, rides horses, and does fire flow art performances in her free time.