ABOUT THE OWNER:
A Nebraska native, Audrey (she/her) began her fitness journey later in life and incorporated a regular yoga practice into her movement routine in 2015. As a fitness enthusiast, yoga began as the perfect complement to her other active endeavors which include powerlifting and rock climbing. As her own practice deepened, she saw the benefits in her own life, particularly off the mat. With no intention of teaching, she began yoga teacher training. It seemed like the next obvious step as a way to learn even more about the tradition. Upon completion of her training, she found she enjoyed teaching and wanted to share what she had learned with others.
Audrey believes that yoga is for everybody and for every BODY. Whether you are new to yoga, have some sort of physical limitation/injury, or are an advanced practitioner, there is a version of yoga that is right for you. If you can breathe, you can practice yoga. No matter what style or level of class she is teaching, working with the breath is always a key component.
As the owner and founder of Power in Breath Yoga, Audrey teaches a variety of classes including group classes of all levels, mindfulness sessions, and runs a 5 week course designed for those new to (or hesitant about) yoga. She also serves several private clients and has spent many hours volunteering at her children’s school teaching yoga to staff, teachers and students. Pre-pandemic she ran an afterschool kids yoga program at Stonegate Elementary school. Her work with Ben’s Run helped to raise funds for childhood cancer research.
Audrey has completed a 200 hour yoga teacher training (at Extend Yoga), a 20 hour Trauma Informed YTT (w/Lara Land) and a 50 hour pranyama teacher training course with Eddie Stern and Robert Moses. She is also a registered nurse, wife, mother of two, and active member of her community.
Anything I know, learn or share is not mine. I come from a long line of teachers that I am most grateful for, and to whom I bow deeply. Without them, I would not be. May the fruits of this practice honor those before us and benefit all beings. Om. Shanti. Shanti. Shanti.