Rachel Meyer is a San Francisco-based yoga teacher and writer with roots in musical theater, theology and the arts. She’s an RYT who’s written for Yoga Journal, trained with Rusty Wells and Bikram Choudhury, and studied toward a Masters in Systematic Theology under groundbreaking radical theologian (and badass grandma) Rosemary Radford Ruether. Long before that, though, she grew up on the Great Plains, so she’s always had a real thing for big sky. Rachel’s bhakti flow vinyasa classes are a music- and philosophy-infused blend of athleticism, dance, and song, rich in spirit, sweaty with hard work, and celebratory in tone. You can expect creative sequencing, advanced backbends, arm balances, inversions, and maybe a vertical split or two along the way. She hopes you’ll laugh as much as you sweat, and leave feeling a little stronger, a little softer, and a lot more balanced.