Hot Hatha Yoga - 75 minutes

This class is taught by:

Jason Calsyn

RYT 500, E-RYT 200
Jason began his yoga journey in 2003, when he started attending Bikram classes at a local studio in San Francisco. He enjoyed the physical challenge of the classes, and soon found that all aspects of his life were improving: he looked and felt healthier, his emotional life improved, and the spiritual aspect of his being started to thrive. Jason received his RYT-200 certificate at Maui Hot Yoga in 2012, and his RYT-500 at Sampoorna Yoga in Goa, India in 2016. His classes are dynamic and creative, and he works to ensure that all students can thrive, whether they are beginners or long-time practitioners. Every class is unique, and Jason incorporates elements of yoga philosophy, pranayama, and meditation techniques into his classes as well.
Jason is the owner and head instructor of Mystic Monkey Yoga.

Jacquie Hansen

Jacquie is a nature lover at heart which fosters a sense of wonder and play. She also is a bit of a perfectionist which drove her to two, 200-hour and Vedic Thai Yoga Therapy trainings. This allowed for a deeper understanding of yoga philosophy and it's theraputic effects. She has taught many styles of yoga in the last 7 years and strives to create a challenging and fun practice. Nothing is better than seeing bright shiny faces after Savasana. That glow is the best feedback anyone could give. When she is not teaching yoga, Jacquie enjoys making herbal balms and working at organic farms.

Cameron Jones

I approach the practice of Yoga with sincerity rather than seriousness. I find this approach helps create an atmosphere in which practitioners of all levels feel comfortable and at ease in exploring the link between body and mind as you move through and sit with yourself in the asanas. As a healing art, Yoga is an invaluable tool for not only realigning and readjusting our physical bodies to their naturally healthy state, but is also as a medium for the cultivation of self-love necessary to returning balance to our emotional and mental bodies that are, in today’s society, often stuck in hyper-anxious states of being.
When i’m not in the yoga studio, I work with the developmentally disabled in our local community or am in my family garden. I also am a permaculture designer and spend as much time in nature as possible learning from her and returning to the natural rhythms of our local environment.

Christopher Brown

Christopher lives life passionately with an endless curiosity for the natural world and the human mind/body. He infuses his yoga practice with this enthusiasm and his many interests. He sees yoga as a tool for centering the body and mind. In keeping the breath and mind steady through a spectrum of sometimes challenging postures, yoga helps us sit with greater ease in the present moment. In the process yoga leads us to feel healthier, stronger, more flexible, more resilient, and best of all, more peaceful.

Christopher is originally from northern Utah and moved to the Olympic Peninsula a few years ago to work on organic farms. He enjoys running, gardening, reading and finding new adventures. Christopher taught yoga at Utah State and a local community center between 2008-2012 and is very excited to be teaching again. He just completed his RYT-200 training at the Lakshmi Rising school in Costa Rica and will incorporate some of the themes of this vinyasa training into his classes.

Ashley Hagen

Ashley Hagen (E-RYT 200), started practicing yoga in 2010 to help improve her performance as a college athlete. In 2013, after experiencing the benefits of a daily yoga practice, she received her 200-hr yoga teacher certification and began teaching vinyasa yoga, the most accessible style of power yoga. Ashley is also a Budokon® Yoga Sensei trained through the Budokon Mixed Movement Academy with Cameron Shayne. She is inspired by all movement styles including martial arts, calisthenics, running, weight lifting and dance. Her classes and private lessons are fun, yet challenging with focus on finding the yogi warrior within.
These classes consist of static postures held for longer periods of time. Students gain balance, flexibility, strength, and confidence in these classes. Each instructor incorporates their own training and background into their teaching, so you can expect to learn something new each time you step into the room. The room temperature for our Hatha classes will be between 100 and 102 degrees.

Upcoming classes:

  • Tue Nov 13 10:00 am - 11:15 am with Jason Calsyn
  • Tue Nov 13 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm with Jacquie Hansen
  • Wed Nov 14 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm with Cameron Jones
  • Thu Nov 15 10:00 am - 11:15 am with Jason Calsyn
  • Thu Nov 15 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm with Christopher Brown
  • Sat Nov 17 10:00 am - 11:15 am with Jason Calsyn
  • Mon Nov 19 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm with Cameron Jones
  • Tue Nov 20 10:00 am - 11:15 am with Jason Calsyn
  • Tue Nov 20 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm with Jacquie Hansen
  • Wed Nov 21 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm with Ashley Hagen