LEAH
SPEERT

She/Her

Vinyasa
Hatha
What is something that would surprise me about you?
I’m a San Francisco Native.

What can I expect from your class?
Dynamic, educational, and balanced.

What is the most essential part of practice for you?
The breath.

Leah found yoga as a young athlete competing in 3 junior Olympics in water polo and went on to study dietetics and holistic health at SFSU, where she deepened her daily practice.
She comes from a family of western practitioners and is always looking to bridge the gap between Western and Eastern philosophies. She has mentored under teachers such as Janet Stone (Bhakti Vinyasa), Harvey Deutch (Yoga therapeutics), and the Stress Management Center of Marin Yoga Therapy). She is continuously inspired by the dualistic qualities of yoga: strength and ease, inhale and exhale, rooting down to rise up. She specializes in Therapeutic Flow for the mind, body, and soul. You can look to her classes to be a safe space for all beings to connect deeper to the inner workings of body and mind.
 
What is something that would surprise me about you?
I’m a San Francisco Native.

What can I expect from your class?
Dynamic, educational, and balanced.

What is the most essential part of practice for you?
The breath.

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Jack started practicing yoga at the young age of 13 with his father at the local gym in Fort Collins, CO. Pretty much instantaneously Jack caught the yoga bug and decided to take his yoga to the next level. Jack found a local Ashtanga yoga studio and started practicing the primary series every day from the age of 13 to 15. Jack was lucky to have skillful and attentive teachers that helped him hone his yoga practice. At the age of 15, Jack traveled to San Francisco and attended his first 200 HR yoga teacher training with Jason Crandell. After 12 years of experience teaching and many hours of training later, Jack is a confident and skillful teacher that weaves elements of ashtanga, Anusara, functional movement, Bhakti vinyasa, and giggles into his unique approach.