Brynn Rybacek Yniguez
As a yoga instructor, I feel that my role is to inspire students to move and live in a more mindful and intentional way. My teaching style is influenced by over two decades of studying with master yoga and meditation teachers from a variety of traditions including but not limited to Ashtanga, Iyengar, Vinyasa Flow, Viniyoga, Yin, Restorative, Shadow, Power, Bhakti, and Insight Meditation. My teaching is also heavily influenced by my personal meditation practice as well as my background in philosophy, psychology, and sociology. Currently my most influential teacher is my daily life. I find that every day is filled with opportunities to pause, be present, feel the fullness of the moment, and respond compassionately and wisely.
Through many years of teaching, I have come to embody my own voice and style that blends anatomical precision, philosophical eloquence, and spiritual curiosity. My alignment-based vinyasa flow style synchronizes breath with movement, drawing practitioners’ awareness into one-pointed focus, while consciously selected themes and intentions infuse each practice with meaning. Each of my classes contains an original and thoughtfully organized sequence of postures to lead students towards a particular pose or experience. I explore new topics and methods in my classes regularly in order to de-mystify the practice of yoga. Guided into ease, students effortlessly challenge their boundaries and leave with a renewed feeling of invigoration, awareness, and belonging. You can find more about me on my website at www.trueflowyoga.com