We Flow


This class is taught by:

Jessica East

As an avid yogi for over a decade, Jessica knew that becoming a teacher would be a natural progression in her practice. She received her 200-hour teacher training in 2009 and has been empowering others to find a sense of strength and balance through yoga ever since. Today she teaches an energetic vinyasa flow that is both invigorating and approachable. Through the breath, asana and music, she creates a fun space to play and find liberation from fear and resistance. She travels the world to learn from other yogis, and is continuously inspired by the incredible folks she meets along the way. Off the mat, Jessica works for a beauty company and promotes nutrition and wellness as a health coach.

Maggie Ruschhaupt

When it comes to yoga, and exercise overall, Maggie is passionate about the connection between our minds and our bodies. She fell in love with yoga while working at a job that required a lot of sitting. She realized how crucial movement was not just to her physical health, but also to her mental well being. During stressful times at work, she noticed the only time she wasn't thinking about her job was the time she was on her mat, and when she left the studio, she felt more focused, more centered, more herself. She brings that idea to her classes - yoga is a time to breathe, to take a break from your phone and your emails, and to give back to you. Maggie completed her 200-hour certification in 2015 and now teaches full-time. She knows, however, that it isn't always easy to get to your mat, even 60 minutes feels like a lot some days - so she works to make her classes fun, challenging, and rewarding, hoping that her students leave feeling a little better, a little lighter, than when they arrived.

Rachael Fallon

I discovered yoga in 2010 while looking for creative ways to stay fit at a local gym. I was intrigued and enjoyed the classes, but my life took off in a different direction and I stepped away from it for awhile. When I came back to it in 2013, I immediately felt an overwhelming sense of community. I felt like I was home. The openness and availability I experienced was inspiring. I decided that I needed more and I wanted to share my love of the practice with others.
In July 2016, I received my RYT-200 from We Yogis. During my training, I gained the knowledge and confidence to open my mind, body, and spirit farther than I ever thought possible. I gained incredible mentors and friends that challenged and inspired me to be a strong practitioner. The drive to share my passion with others was undeniable.
In my classes, I strive to provide an atmosphere where everyone, no matter their abilities or level of experience, can feel welcomed. I strive to create the sense of community that I first felt when I started practicing yoga several years ago. I believe that through breath and body/mind communication, we can create unity. My hope is that everyone can walk away feeling relieved and refreshed, ready to be inspired by the world and the potential that lies within us all.

Georgette Dunn

Georgette Dunn Shropshire often jokes; that her bubbly personality ironically led her to leave her first yoga class before it really started! She wasn’t ready to witness the real power one gains when they slow down and listen; but that inner voice became loud and clear and she returned to yoga in 2005 and it felt like a home coming party! Like many yoga practitioners; she felt a sense of joy and peace that she never gained through any other form of fitness and she was hooked – line & sinker. In an effort to stop waiting for the “perfect” time and to go ahead and stop day dreaming; she happily enrolled and completed her 200HR power yoga teacher training in 2001. Georgette’s style of teaching comes from a place of joy, strength and freedom to be completely yourself! From the moment you enter her class, she hopes to remind you that you are phenomenally made and able to take your practice to any place you dare to go!

Kaleigh Walker

Kaleigh Walker's background in and love for dance led her to try her first yoga class in 2006. She quickly realized the profound physical and mental benefits that could be achieved with a regular practice and became hooked! Since then, she's immersed herself in studying and practicing the fundamentals of yogic philosophy, completing her 200-hour Yoga Alliance certification at YogaHop in Santa Monica, CA in 2008 and Corepower Yoga in Los Angeles, CA in 2011. Kaleigh blends a mixture of basic yogic fundamentals with creative sequencing and uplifting music to motivate her students to further deepen and develop their own individual practice. Expect to challenge your strength and balance, develop a deeper mental clarity and experience a new found sense of achievement and purpose each time you come to Kaleigh's class. In addition to teaching yoga, Kaleigh is also a NSCA Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Nutrition Coach, and a Lululemon Ambassador. After nearly 10 years in Los Angeles, Kaleigh has relocated to Dallas to share her passion for all things healthy! For more information on her background, teaching schedule, and health blog check out: www.kaleighwalker.com.

Ashley Farzad

 Ashley, no stranger to the fitness world in any capacity, has worked to help others reach their optimal level of health for over 12 years.She started personal training long before she found yoga, saying she learned strong body mechanics through Olympic lifting with barbells and kettlebells.
When relocating from Indianapolis to Texas in 2012 she found Power Yoga and says “it all seemed to come to together.” She strongly believes you must move the body to get to something deeper within yourself and that involves challenging yourself to grow, feel, and be dedicated to something. For her the answer is yoga. Whether its 3x a week or daily, with dedication she believes practice can become a reliable constant offering her students strength and peace at the same time.
With her knowledge of how the body works, mindful mechanics, a steady sweaty flow, you’ll feel like you’re dancing every time you step on your mat.
Ashley is an E-RYT yoga instructor (holding over 2K hours of teaching experience) with a 200 HR Baptiste Certification plus continuing education courses on many topics. She says her favorite thing about yoga is its evolution year by year and how fun it is to get the opportunity to be a beginner over and over again.
You’ll also catch Ashley managing the We Yogis Uptown location.

Susie Carp

Yoga found me as I was trying to downshift from corporate lawyer to stay at home mom of three. A vinyasa yoga tape appeared as a gift in my mailbox and I was hooked from the first Om. I love the physical challenge of yoga, but it is the clarity, quiet, and joy cultivated through practice which draw me to the mat every day. I study and practice yoga and meditation with many talented instructors in Dallas and beyond. I completed my 200 hour teacher training with the exceptional Susie Caicedo and am RYT-200 certified through Yoga Alliance. I teach a vigorous vinyasa flow focusing on breath and alignment and hope to empower my students to increase their flexibility, strength and focus, on and off the mat.
Integrate breath, movement, alignment, strength and flexibility for a true Vinyasa experience. This uplifting and energizing class is suitable for beginners and challenging for practicing yogis. Class is practiced in a warm room (85 degrees) with no added humidity. (1 hour)

Upcoming classes:

  • Tue Aug 14 6:00 am - 7:05 am with Melissa Preston
    at We Yogis Uptown
  • Tue Aug 14 8:30 am - 9:30 am with Juan Zambrano
    at We Yogis Lakewood
  • Tue Aug 14 11:00 am - 12:00 pm with Jessica East
    at We Yogis Lovers
  • Tue Aug 14 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm with Juan Zambrano
    at We Yogis Lakewood
  • Tue Aug 14 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm with Maggie Ruschhaupt
    at We Yogis Lovers
  • Tue Aug 14 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm with Rachael Fallon
    at We Yogis Las Colinas
  • Tue Aug 14 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm with Melissa Preston
    at We Yogis Lakewood
  • Tue Aug 14 6:15 pm - 7:15 pm with Loren Bassett
    at We Yogis Uptown
  • Wed Aug 15 6:00 am - 7:00 am with Rachael Fallon
    at We Yogis Las Colinas
  • Wed Aug 15 8:30 am - 9:30 am with Juan Zambrano
    at We Yogis Lakewood
  • Wed Aug 15 11:00 am - 12:00 pm with Georgette Dunn
    at We Yogis Lovers
  • Wed Aug 15 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm with Kaleigh Walker
    at We Yogis Lovers
  • Wed Aug 15 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm with Ashley Farzad
    at We Yogis Las Colinas
  • Wed Aug 15 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm with Susie Carp
    at We Yogis Lakewood


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