Renee LeBlanc

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The most important thing to me as a teacher is that I remain a student. I love practicing by myself at home but I try to make myself take two public classes a week. I also try to keep up with foreign languages (which I'm terrible at)  and a run 3-4 times a week (which I'm also not good at). Doing these things reminds me of what a new student in my class might be feeling and I think it's important to always intimately know the "new student" feeling (after 15 years of practice, it could be easy to forget.)

I credit my teaching style to a dedicated self practice as well as the incredible teachers with whom I have had the great privilege to study with including Brock and Krista Cahill,  Dharma Mittra, Ana Forest, Lynne Begier and many other inspiring Boston yoga teachers.

My classes are a powerful vinyasa flow that will challenge you to explore the edges of your physical and mental edge with loads of humor and joy. Always a student first, my teaching is informed by strength and integrity in alignment, curiosity and challenge. Yoga is more than a workout, and much more than a flow, it is a potent means of tending to the health and wellness of the entire body.

FacultyEmily Tevald