A certified registered Hatha Yoga teacher with over 200 hours of training (RYT-200) with Rasika Yoga School (City Yoga of Columbia), Jeff began practicing yoga 15 years ago to help keep his body and mind in good physical condition while in recovery. After receiving the therapeutic benefits of yoga and becoming more grounded in all areas of his life, he was convinced that transformation through yoga is not only possible but also empowering and enjoyable.
Jeff believes that yoga is most beneficial when applied to practical, everyday life experiences. This philosophy means he presents his classes in a way that best serves his students and simplifies a seemingly complicated practice. He offers a challenging yet accessible yoga class that is infused with philosophy, breathing, anatomy and alignment. He is continually growing both as a teacher and a student. His training is ongoing and constantly evolving. His dedication and passion for yoga allows him to continually grow while sharing all of his knowledge and enthusiasm with his students.
Heal Your Body. Heal Your Soul.™
Vicky Saye Henderson
iRest® Yoga Nidra Level One Teacher
Vicky began practicing yoga in 2007, initially as a way of managing life’s anxieties and a means of self-care. After 10 years as a yoga practitioner, she received her 200-hr yoga teacher certification from The Sakhi YTT School (led by Pamela Meriwether), Columbia, SC. Additional training includes Level One iRest Yoga Nidra (iRest® Institute), Chair Yoga (Carey Sims), and Mindful Resilience for Trauma Recovery (Veterans Yoga Project). She is currently pursuing her advanced 300-hr yoga teacher certification with Sakhi Yoga School.
Previously serving The Big Red Barn Retreat as Yoga and Tai Chi program coordinator, Vicky continues as a service provider there offering yoga, iRest Yoga Nidra, mindfulness and outdoor walking meditation classes for our nation’s military service members and their families. A trained career actor, vocalist, and teaching artist,she is founder/lead educator of Muse & Means Creative and Wellbeing, which explores the intersection between health & wellness and creativity & innovation, particularly for artists of all mediums. Its mission is to recognize the importance of gaining both “the inspiration and the know-how” for pursuing one’s wellbeing and offers wellness strategies for individual artists, businesses and schools. She is passionate about bringing people to the mat and encouraging them along their life-long journey of self-care. Vicky is also the proud mom of son, Cullen.