“Yoga is the journey of the Self, through the Self, to the Self.”

-Bhagavad Gita

I first came to the mat to see what all the fuss was about.

Stretchy pants were taking the world by storm and I wanted in on the action. There was only one (or a few) problems: I was inflexible, out-of-touch with my body, and suspicious of the yogic practices, with its chanting, incense, and meditation.

Within a few years, yoga transformed me from the inside out. It aligned my mind and body (not without a few temper tantrums). It taught to breathe and stay through difficult times. It cured me of several physical and psychological hang-ups. And it gave my soul an outlet to dance.

Jessica completed her 200-hour teacher training at Flow Yoga Center. With a background in psychology, neuroscience, spirituality, and entrepreneurship, she finds flow in the balance of contrasts. Jessica infuses her classes with powerful opposition: strength and ease, left-brained logic and right-brained creativity, focus and play, power and flow. She currently teaches in Washington D.C.

You can find Jessica teaching at the following locations:

  • Sunday, 2:00 – 3:00PM: Flow 1-2, Yoga District 14th St.


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