RY Hot Flow 60

This class is taught by:

Kaitlin Beuttenmuller

Kaitlin discovered yoga after moving to San Diego for college. Being a competitive athlete and runner her entire life, Kaitlin was at first hesitant to the idea of yoga. Her outlook completely shifted after her first sculpt class. She instantly fell in love with the physical aspects of all the classes and soon discovered the remarkable spiritual, emotional, and mental benefits of yoga. She never knew that yoga could have such a powerful impact in her life and now could not imagine life without it. Inspired by the amazing instructors she practiced with, Kaitlin signed up for Sculpt Teacher Training in spring 2012 and has been participating in various trainings ever since. She is so excited to share her passion with others and to grow as an instructor and yogi.

Kecia Lee

Kecia is a San Diego based yoga teacher, health nut, and beach bum. In the yoga studio, her infectious smile, warmth, and passion allow her to connect deeply with and inspire her students. After a highly accomplished career as a competitive soccer player, Kecia hung up her boots at the University of Minnesota and fulfilled her dream of moving to the warm sunny skies and salty sea of California. No longer motivated by maniacal fitness regimens, Kecia sought out a new source of vigor. In 2003, she found yoga and immediately began a dedicated practice. She was drawn to the state of peace that yoga offered through rhythmic movement, connection to breath, and disciplined focus. It was as if the whole world fell away during that sacred hour of practice; a sensation that she had never experienced before. Kecia’s love for practicing yoga intuitively evolved into sharing yoga. Her classes are dynamic and at the same time thoughtful. She artfully weaves intention in and out of playful sequencing, creating a visceral and soulful experience for her students. Her devotion to guiding the body into healthy alignment and her ability to communicate with precision gives her students freedom to open up to their full potential. Kecia’s classes aim to open the heart, expand consciousness, and find healing.

Sara Leal

Since the early age of 3, as a natural fitness enthusiast, Sara pursued ballet and dance taking different level classes and joining several dance teams. She began teaching ballet and dance at summer camps growing up and exploring group fitness exercises, which included pilates, cardio- kickboxing, and yoga classes. She first discovered her love for yoga in 2009, after completing a 30-day challenge at a local Bikram studio. From that point, she was immediately hooked and eager to explore the various styles of yoga. Committed to developing her practice, Sara actively pursued other styles that further fueled her passion. It was her desire to share the ability to unite the mind, body, and soul through the practice of yoga that inspired her to become a yoga instructor. Sara’s classes encompass the meditative and detoxifying qualities of Hot Yoga with the fluidity of Vinyasa - aiming to help students connect their mind, body, and soul. Her teaching style is laid back, yet encourages mindfulness through proper alignment and breath. These fun, sweat-inducing classes increase levels of awareness and focus, helping students strengthen and tone their muscles and improve their balance and flexibility all while enjoying some awesome tunes.

Hailey Young

Hailey entered her first yoga class during college in hopes of discovering some sort of stress relief from her heavy class load. She was immediately hooked to everything yoga had to offer, and began to take classes regularly from that point on. With a background in Kinesiology, she became a yoga teacher in hopes of building a better knowledge of the anatomy of yoga and what it had to offer physically. After getting deeper into the spiritual and mental aspect, such as breath work and meditation, she knew right away that she wanted to share her experience with others. Hailey immediately developed a strong passion for teaching and watching her students grow, as well sharing her appreciation for yoga with others.
It's time to get hot! Join us for this rewarding hot yoga flow set at 104 degrees (typically 99-102 degrees). This set sequence will leave you feeling energized and rejuvenated. Class is 60 minutes.