We Flow

This class is taught by:

Natalie Golden

Natalie began her yoga practice in 2001 and has explored many different yoga disciplines over the last 14 years. The mind, body, spirit connection – so unique to the discipline of yoga – is what drew Natalie to the practice initially; what keeps her coming back to the mat is the richness of yogic philosophy and history, as well as an interest in Sanskrit and meditation. Natalie completed her 200 hour teacher training program with Julie Boyd and Cheryl Oliver in June 2014 and began teaching at We Yogis shortly thereafter. In her teaching Natalie focuses on the importance of the breath, alignment principles, and building a strong, comprehensive understanding of the fundamentals of Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow in order to maintain a sustainable life-long yoga practice. Natalie is RYT-200 certified through Yoga Alliance.

Clair Tompkins

Clair began her yoga practice in 2002 and explored several different types of yoga before landing on the vinyasa style. For several years was a student of Susie Cacido's. This is where she really fell in love with the practice. She has always been an athlete and yoga was the perfect balance to her other training. She was certified in her 200 hour teaching training through Nicolle Callahan and Cheryl Oliver at We Yogis in 2017. She pairs her athletic style of teaching with music that is fresh and energizing. Her goal in teaching is for the body to open the minds of her students through movement and breath. Pairing creative sequencing and dynamic transitions, her classes are both challenging and invigorating. Clair lives in Lakewood with her husband and two children.

Susie Caicedo

My classes are a blend of Ashtanga and Hatha styles that allows the spirit to play, the mind to calm and the body to become a temple. My intention is to create acknowledgement without judgment; encouragement and constant development and growth. I have been teaching yoga since 2004 and leading Yoga Teacher Training Programs since 2010. Yoga provides me with inspiration and excitement for life; I translate this inspiration and zest thru challenging, creative classes along with fun music that helps to bring out the fearless warrior in you and opens the door to discover your inner beauty and grace.

John-Paul Henry

JP was a long distance runner who attended his first yoga class at We Yogis after the studio opened in 2012. He discovered yoga after developing foot pain problems from, and he feel in love with the solace that came from the mind body connection, and the physical challenges that came from the practice. He is a native of Colorado, and completed his Power Vinyasa training through South Hills Power Yoga in Pittsiburgh in 2016. He still a competitive runner, having completed his 5th Boston Marathon and 11th overall at the distance in April 2018.

Bret McKinney

A good friend and Yogi brought me to WeYogis some years ago to Rockin Yogis class on a sunday afternoon.....I had been practicing yoga at the gym I belonged to and was really starting to get into it. I had never experienced anything like what WeYogis had to offer. the experience was unbelievable, the music, the sweat, practitioners, the flow,...all so amazing! I eventually joined and started practicing every single day. I couldn't believe all of the positive changes that the practice brought me physically, mentally, and emotionally. I felt like a better human all around. I begin to desire to teach watching those around me become teachers and grow their practice so I sucked it up and took the dive and did my YTT 200 Hr at WeYogis and I have never looked back. Teaching and Practicing at these studios gives me great joy and I continue to grow each and every day.

Kate Doden

Teaching in Dallas for over 4 years, Kate is honored to have joined weyogis after completing her yoga teacher training in the spring of 2018 through WeYogis YTT with Cheryl Oliver. Through breath, asana, holding posture, and incorporating movement and flow, Kate believes a daily yoga practice provides the best balance of mind and body Her intention is to aid in releasing stress and tension while building strength and most importantly- happiness.

Sally Dire

In 2010 I cautiously took my first yoga class with Joseph Stingley, after continually seeing 120 eager and dedicated students wrapped around the block each Saturday morning, waiting to get into the gym's studio. After years and years of intense physical activity, as well as years of addictive and unfulfilling behaviors, I wanted to connect to something deeper. I was instantly moved by this dance like moving meditation. He told me I would soon be teaching.

What kept me coming back to class? Learning to practice, not perform. Learning to know when to step back, and when to trust myself and push past fear, how to be in the moment without reacting- these are gifts I continually receive from practicing yoga- and gifts I authentically strive to share through teaching. In 2011-2012 I completed my 200hr certification through the guidance of Joseph Stingley. I enjoy teaching a powerful vinyasa flow, focused on alignment and breath control that pushes boundaries yet leaves you feeling balanced, energized and uplifted.

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 (83-85 degrees) with no added humidity. (1 hour)

Upcoming classes:

  • Thu Oct 18 8:30 am - 9:35 am with Natalie Golden
    at We Yogis Lovers
  • Thu Oct 18 8:30 am - 9:30 am with Clair Tompkins
    at We Yogis Lakewood
  • Thu Oct 18 11:00 am - 12:00 pm with Susie Caicedo
    at We Yogis Lovers
  • Thu Oct 18 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm with Jennifer Jameson
    at We Yogis Lakewood
  • Thu Oct 18 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm with Jennifer Jameson
    at We Yogis Lovers
  • Thu Oct 18 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm with Deandre Sinette
    at We Yogis Lakewood
  • Thu Oct 18 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm with John-Paul Henry
    at We Yogis Las Colinas
  • Fri Oct 19 6:00 am - 7:00 am with Bret McKinney
    at We Yogis Uptown
  • Fri Oct 19 6:00 am - 7:00 am with Sarah Hinkley
    at We Yogis Las Colinas
  • Fri Oct 19 9:15 am - 10:15 am with Deandre Sinette
    at We Yogis Lakewood
  • Fri Oct 19 9:30 am - 10:30 am with Kate Doden
    at We Yogis Las Colinas
  • Fri Oct 19 11:00 am - 12:00 pm with Sally Dire
    at We Yogis Lovers
  • Fri Oct 19 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm with Laura Rosten
    at We Yogis Las Colinas

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