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Get to Know Hayley

Yoga has continually offered Hayley so much, and what she loves about teaching is that she has the opportunity to share this practice with others. Outside of yoga, you can catch her in the gym, at home circuit training, an occasional jog, or moving someway - dancing while cleaning counts!

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She loves the feeling of movement, and then nourishing with a good home cooked meal. Hayley uses cooking as a respite from the day. Her current intention trying to find a new way to ground herself at night and find calm from the day, however hasn't quite gotten there yet! She believes our best is always evolving.

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  • What Tribe Members Can Expect to Experience in Hayley's Classes

    Her love of dance turned into a love of yoga, so you can find her dancing while teaching, snapping her fingers to the beat, and singing out loud, also encouraging you to join in on the expression! She will encourage, motivate, and keep things light hearted. Her goal is to bring you release and offer a place to truly be you. Her intention as a teacher is to bring feeling to her students. She will encourage you to feel, from the music, to your breath, to each of your tiny muscles, to your emotion. Her classes will be balanced with strength and stretch and cardio and calm. She will walk you through, and then guide you to your own rhythm and expression. Hayley wants each of her students to keep in touch their inner self and make the practice about themselves!

  • Music You Can Catch Hayley Playing in Class

    Right now Hayley's playlists consist of very rhythmic music from sanskrit to alternative to hip hop to covers. Expect a pick up at the end of class that has a little more emotion in it to help the student through the final push of a class! A few of her favorite artists are Janet Stone and DJ Drez, X Ambassador, Bishop Briggs, Imagine Dragons, and Jaymes Young + many more. Some of her favorite songs to play in class are Home by Marc Broussard, A Toast by Braves, Cold by Mating Ritual, Wolves and the Water by Edward R; for a little taste! She wants you to be able to close your eyes to flow and feel full with the music and movement.