Amy is known for her genuine teaching style, intelligent sequencing, clear instruction, and engaging sense of humor. She is a teacher, author and activist who uses innovative methods to bring yoga wisdom to modern day life. Amy shares her passions for health and conservation through her writings for publications such as Yoga Journal, Prevention and Mind Body Green, and her underwater yoga images with marine animals have been featured on the front page of Yahoo and GrindTV.\n\nA pioneer of advanced yoga education, Amy co-founded 90 Monkeys, an online and in-person school that has enhanced the skills of yoga teachers and studios in 65 countries. She is the co-author of the book, The Art and Business of Teaching Yoga, which has become a staple in yoga teacher trainings across the globe. Amy currently resides in Boulder, Co, where she teaches workshops and trainings when she is not traveling.
Wake up and get your body moving for the day, then luxuriate in a long, rejuvenating pose that will start your day with stillness and focus. Warm-up gradually with an active first half of class that includes downward dogs, cobras, and lunges in order to better receive the benefits of a morning Restorative pose. Props Needed: A bolster and two blocks. Props Suggested: 1-2 blankets.
Waste no time with this quick recovery practice that's designed to give your body some love after working hard. You'll touch on most of your major muscle groups, including your chests, shoulders, hips, spine, hamstrings, and quads. Props Suggested: Two blocks and wall space.
Twisting is both exhilarating and energizing as well as healthy for the spine. But only if your alignment is on point. Learn how to twist effectively in a variety of poses, from twisted versions of down dog and cobra to marichyasana III and ardha matsyendrasana.