P75 (Power 75)

This class is taught by:

Amber Scriven

"Amber's classes will make you sweat, make you think and then leave you with an overall sense of calm and contemplation." -Mira M.

Amber teaches Power, Yin and Stand Up Paddle Yoga and is our resident Acupuncturist. She is also on the editorial staff at DoYouYoga.com as a writer. Amber was named 2015 and 2016 Glide SUP Yoga Ambassador and 2016 Mind Body Brand Ambassador.

Amber's nature inspired Vinyasa style Power yoga classes are built for all levels, and will challenge your body, and your mind. She uses her vast knowledge of anatomy to accentuate particular fitness aspects, and pairs fast, strengthening Power yoga with slow, deep, mindful "Yin" yoga aspects. Each month introduces a new intention based around traditional yoga philosophies, and each week the flow changes slightly to center around a related peak pose, or flow.

Having found yoga via a need for personal stress relief and a love of movement, Amber began practicing in 2005 in our Bikram room. Her practice became more dedicated in 2011 when she fell in love with Power yoga. A solar powered lover of the outdoors, Amber started teaching here in 2013 after hiking (and yoga-ing) through the Costa Rican Rainforests. Also the owner of a local acupuncture clinic, she treats orthopedic injuries and women’s health using yoga as movement therapy to compliment to her clients recovery and continued wellness.

With an emphasis in each class on helping you find YOUR pose in each shape, as pertaining to your body and mind, Amber works towards helping everyone find more clear seeing- calm abiding moments.

”Amber leads a challenging flow with lot's of balancing, binding, inverting and strengthening. Her class is great for all levels. She inspires you to try new postures and deepens your body mind awareness. Be prepared to see physical, and emotional changes quickly!" -Nicole

Lesley Greer

After years of running and playing competitive sports, Lesley’s yoga journey first began in 2006 when she started practicing Bikram yoga in Portland, Oregon. Her first class was incredibly challenging, and she discovered how tight and restricted her body was from all of her athletic pursuits. She started coming every day because she loved the feeling of connecting the mind and the body as well as the deep breathing. After five years of avidly practicing Bikram almost every day, she gained a tremendous amount of balance and flexibility and wanted to see what else was out there. A trip to Bali in 2012 allowed her to completely immerse herself in all different types of yoga, and it was there that she discovered her love for the vinyasa flow style of asana practice. Attending classes where she watched people that could float from different postures, she was incredibly inspired and humbled. At that point, even doing a headstand was a completely foreign concept, but she continued to pursue this practice, which gave her more strength both mentally and physically. Lesley continued to practice asana on a daily basis, and took another trip to Thailand where she met a wonderful yoga community and was even further inspired by what people could do with their bodies. Eventually, she got into the world of yoga competitions, placing 9th in the country at the U.S. Nationals in May of 2015. Prior to this, she competed at the regional level in California and went through many injuries as she was training to bring her practice onstage. She realized that pushing her body in this way was unhealthy, and it made her re-think what her yoga practice was all about. In the summer of 2015, she traveled to India to do a yoga teacher training, and she came back with a renewed sense of what it means to practice yoga. She learned the importance of meditation to balance out the intense physical asanas, and she gained further insight on how it is possible to maintain true inner peace in even the most chaotic environment. She hopes to inspire others by sharing her joy for the art of asana practice, which is only a small part of what yoga is really about. The connection of mind and body with breath has always served as a moving meditation for her, and she is so excited to finally be able to share this with others by leading classes that are both challenging and disciplined, allowing students to develop confidence in their own practice as they gain physical and mental strength and flexibility from all of the asanas.

Katite Gumucio

After a friend's recommendation, I started doing yoga in the early 90's, and I started doing Bikram yoga in 1994. At the time, I liked the way I felt after class, and I really enjoyed spending time with the people in my classes.  Over the years, I've kept up with my practice because of the calm and clarity I get from it, and the improvements I see and feel in my body.
I trained with Bikram in Los Angeles in 1996, and I've taught for so long because I enjoy helping others with their practice, and it's very meditative for me to teach.
A vigorous, fitness-based approach to vinyasa yoga that emphasizes strength, flexibility, detoxification, balance, & stamina. Each class consists of challenging sequences of athletic movements performed with focus & intention. All levels welcome.

Upcoming classes:

  • Wed Oct 18 9:15 am - 10:30 am with Amber Scriven
  • Thu Oct 19 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm with Amber Scriven
  • Sun Oct 22 10:00 am - 11:15 am with Lesley Greer
  • Mon Oct 23 9:15 am - 10:30 am with Amber Scriven
  • Tue Oct 24 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm with Katite Gumucio
  • Wed Oct 25 9:15 am - 10:30 am with Amber Scriven
  • Thu Oct 26 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm with Amber Scriven
  • Sun Oct 29 10:00 am - 11:15 am with Amber Scriven
  • Mon Oct 30 9:15 am - 10:30 am with Amber Scriven
  • Tue Oct 31 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm with Katite Gumucio
  • Wed Nov 01 9:15 am - 10:30 am with Amber Scriven
  • Thu Nov 02 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm with Amber Scriven
  • Sun Nov 05 10:00 am - 11:15 am with Lesley Greer
  • Mon Nov 06 9:15 am - 10:30 am with Amber Scriven


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