Jenna Pfingston is the owner of jalaBlu Yoga and jalaBlu School of Yoga. Her passion for yoga was not instant but after finding the right style and teachers her love affair continued to expand. Jenna has studied yoga for 18 years and at the age of 38 while traveling through South East Asia for 6 months she started to dream and visualize of a space that grew community, peace and awareness. Jenna is honored to hold a few certifications through Yoga Alliance (E-RYT 500, YACEP, and RYS 200) and previously had an Anusara Inspired certification. Jenna has studied closely with Christina Sell for many years but has enjoyed branching off with other styles and teachers to discover new layers of yoga. Jenna’s most recent study was with Ashley Turner with Psyche Soul which connected to the roots of psychology within yoga. Jenna rediscovered her ongoing curiosity within the 7 main energy portals, the chakras. Today she invites students to go deeper within the layers of who they are and their lineage to uncover the dust and enjoy more freedom. Jenna continues to be a student on this path and through her studies she has cultivated a deeper connection to her light. Her hopes is that within her space at jalaBlu Yoga and other spaces she shares her offerings each soul can deepen their own journey and discover more of who they are and the essence of their own light.Jenna spends a lot of her time working with souls one and one. Private sessions are always an opportunity to dive deeper into the practice and into the emotional body. Please go to the tab labeled ‘private yoga sessions’ to learn more. Jenna is known for her clear articulation within alignment, a treasure box of modifications within postures, a love for ceremony and ritual, connecting voice with mantras, holding a safe sacred space and an ongoing invitation to be playful (lila) within the path of yoga.’Discover the Power of You!’ jalaBlu Yoga MantraSource: sunmountaincenter.secure.retreat.guru
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