Jenni Fallein, R.N., M.Ed has practiced yoga for forty years and has been teaching for thirty. She has teaching certificates from Ananda, Mt Madonna Center, is licensed as an Anusara-Inspired teacher, and continues to study therapeutic yoga with Martin Kirk, a brilliant teacher of anatomy and therapeutics. Classes at Three BridgesYoga are based on the Anusara Principles of Alignment and Tantric Philosophy of intrinsic goodness.
Anusara was founded by John Friend, but his school of yoga has been discontinued. The foundations of his teachings (alignment principles) continue to be a profound influence in the world of yoga. Douglas Brooks (rajanaka.com), another founder of Anusara Yoga remains a moving force in the study of philosophy and mantra. In addition, Jenni honors Martin and Jordan Kirk (kirkyoga.com) and Karen Sprute-Francovich (gardenstreetyoga.net) as her principle mentors. She studies meditation and mantra with Paul Muller Ortega (Blue Throat Yoga).
Three Bridges Yoga studio has evolved (moved one bridge over) this year from its first space to Jenni’s home studio. Here she maintains her “living room” as the yoga studio practice room and continues to teach classes from there. Space is slightly more limited and its advised that students reserve their spot for a class. Six is probably the optimum number, but we can acccomodate eight students at a time. Three Bridges offers public classes, guided sessions (one to three people scheduled to practice with Jenni who will lead, but also participate) and private sessions which are more therapeutically based and recommended if you have special needs. Classes often build in both technique and theme, thus consistency will yield the best results. If you cannot find a class that fits your schedule, please call or email Jenni to arrange for a guided practice time or private lesson all of which are very affordable. We also will create a class for you and your friends with a customized schedule. The move to Jenni’s home space comes with a more limited schedule–Jenni is traveling a lot more this year–so watch the website or be in touch to coordinate your calendar.
By stepping in to the current of Divine Shakti’s descent into the heart, the student becomes capable of receiving Grace”
Anusara takes its name from a verse in the great text, the Kularnava Tantra: Chapter 14, verse 38.