Compassionate Yoga Lifestyle Yoga With Brenda Flemming

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Compassionate Yoga Lifestyle Yoga With Brenda Flemming

Brenda’s focus is on teaching “Patanjali Ancient Yoga”, the Eight-Fold Path

Brenda Flemming has studied with many Senior Iyengar Teachers over the past 27 years and gives most respect and appreciation to all the knowledge infused from the Iyengar Family of Pune, Manuoso Manos of San Francisco, and Gabriella Guibilaro of Florence, Italy. Their brilliance and authenticity has profoundly touched her soul transmitting it through her teachings.

Brenda shares the Philosophy, Science and Art of Patanjali Ancient Yoga through the Iyengar Tradition. She has also made a point of studying other traditions of yoga to allow for an increased understanding of working with students that come into class from other styles, relating to these students perspective as they enter into an Iyengar class.

Brenda started the Iyengar Yoga program at Western State Colorado University and kept it going for twenty years. In her classes she encourages students to tap into the capabilities of building up their nervous system and emotional health, open-mindedness through strengthening the spine and mind.  Her classes set the stage for the yoga lifestyle of cultivated humanness  Eco-minded consciousness, super hero, spiritual supported yoga family community, and vibrant sattvic living food nutrition is all part of the interaction with stepping into a class with Brenda. She will inspire you to a new level of humanness. Her students have tremendously benefited from her teachings on a Compassionate Lifestyle and the simplicity of incorporating the yogic path into their lives.

Brenda is a studio owner, guest teacher, and travels for workshops. Brenda has been a strong contributor to the yoga community in Colorado for over twenty years teaching public classes in Crested Butte at Yoga for the Peaceful, public classes in Gunnison, Salida and the Big Island of Hawaii.

She very much adores teaching children from ages 4-18. Much of her service work revolves around  working with troubled teens and charter schools; teaching classes for creating alternatives to drug and alcohol use. From pre-wedding yogafication to numerous health clubs, she can meet special needs of all kinds. Every past and future interaction is a gift!

Words cannot convey the value of Yoga, it has to be experienced.”—BKS Iyengar

Brenda can be contacted at (719) 207-0343

Learn more about Brenda by coming to one of her classes.