MEET OUR 'OHANA
'Ohana means family & family is what we are.
JOIN JESSI FOR CLASS
MONDAY: 8:30am- BarreZEN
WEDNESDAY: 5:15pm-YOGA SHRED
Hello, 'Ohana! I'm Jessi Endrizzi, and I'm thrilled to be teaching among such a talented group of yogis and in such a beautiful studio. My passion for yoga began as a young mom when I faced mental health challenges, exhaustion, and anxiety. I began to find myself impatient at home and unhappy with myself. Going to yoga each week healed me and allowed me to come back to life. The qualities I learned and developed on my mat- using my breath, stilling my thoughts, and striving to do my best- translated into a peaceful, happy changes in my every day life. Those changes translated into a desire to share what I had learned, and to lift others through the practice of yoga.
I completed my 200 hr. yoga teacher training through the Yoga Center of Minneapolis, completed Strong Spirit Mindfulness in Movement Chair Yoga Training , YOGA SHRED/Core Strength Vinyasa Yoga trained, and I received barre certification from the International Ballet Barre Fitness Association. I love sharing these healthy practices with others.
Outside the studio, I enjoy hiking, quilting, dancing, karate, eating, cooking, and spending time with my family. My husband, Mark, and I have four awesome kids and a yorkie-poo (who is actually my favorite child!)
Thank you for sharing this journey with me! Namaste!
JOIN RANDI FOR CLASS
FRIDAY: 5:30am- VINYASA
SUNDAY: 4:00pm -REVIVAL FLOW
Hi there! I first found yoga in high school, and at that time I was simply doing “yoga” for the physical benefits of the practice. But I soon realized that yoga is much, much, more than that. My mat is my sacred space, and I am so grateful that I have the opportunity to help and inspire others step onto their mat as well. The asana practice of yoga has shown me my own physical, mental, and emotional strength— it has also shown me the powerful connection between the mind, body, and spirit.
I completed my 200 hour yoga training through Inner Fire Yoga in Madison, Wisconsin. I hope to be trained to teach prenatal yoga sometime in the near future!
Off the mat, I enjoy spending time with friends and family, listening to live music, dancing, spending time outside in nature, cooking, drinking tea, and creating art.
JOIN LESA FOR CLASS ON THE FOLLOWING DAYS!
TUESDAY: 6:30pm POUND ROCKOUT WORKOUT
WEDNESDAY: 5:15pm Low-Impact YOGA & 6:30pm CANDLELIGHT RESTORATIVE
THURSDAY: 6:30pm VINYASA
Hello! My path to a life involving yoga came when I was trying to find my way after the loss of my mother. My best friend said, "Come with me to a yoga class." I don’t say no to her often, if ever, so I went, and found what I needed to heal. To me, yoga is mind, body, and soul working together to create a peace and harmony in the body that you are not likely to find elsewhere. My instant love for this practice, and the joy I am blessed with after an hour of class led me to earn my certification, and I have been able to share my love ever since. Although I believe there is a need for all the types of yoga, my favorite classes include restorative and slower flow classes to create the peaceful state of mind that is sometimes hard to hold onto in daily life. I truly believe that in one form or another, yoga can be for everyone.
I have a wonderful husband of 26 years and two amazing (adult) children. I love animals and have two dogs and a cat that fill my heart. Biking, gardening, reading, running, wine, coffee (and of course yoga!)... just having fun and spending time with family and friends are the things that make me happy. I live my life in as happy a place as possible and there is always a smile and a hug for everyone!
I am so happy to be a part of such an amazing yoga family and I hope to see you all! Namaste
Jessica Jerman brings 12 years teaching experience and 16 years as a yoga student. Her training background includes a 200 hour teacher training in Vinyasa Flow, and another in alignment-based tradition, with additional studies in yoga for stress management and addictions. Jessica weaves elements of yoga philosophy, mindfulness, and creative asana sequences to encourage students to recognize their own strengths, possibilities, limits and internal grace. Jessica strives to incorporate her practice into everyday life as a mother, social worker and artist. Jessica is eternally grateful to all of her teachers.