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All Levels Vinyasa Flow (Non-Heated)

This class is taught by:

Celine Go

Celine started practicing Yoga in 2006, Inspired with the devotion she sees in Yoga, she fell in love with the practice without any expectations of any result only but to patiently "practice, practice, practice and leave it", as what her Husband and Yoga Teacher, Greg Go would always say. She continued to pursue her passion and dedication and took teacher trainings in Las Vegas and in California. She wanted to learn the mechanics of the body, how to approach different types of bodies so she can apply it in her classes, and also with her own personal practice. Celine's intentions were to share her love for the Yoga practice, approaching it in a way where people can connect with themselves in a whole deeper meaning. "You only need to show up on your mat and concentrate on you, so you can be a better you." As she would say.

Celine Go got her 200 hour TT with Annie Carpenter, creator of SmartFLOW and continues to work towards her 500 under the guidance of Annie, Rachael Sellars, and Tiffany Russo. Celine
has taken Work shops with senior teachers Matty Azraty, Tim Miller, Ashley Turner, and Kathryn Budig

Juliet Forsgren

I was born and raised in Southern California. Growing up I was always an athlete. I started swimming competitively at the age of 5. I swam all the way through college. I've been teaching swimming for the past 10 years. I fell into yoga during college. It was on the class schedule one semester and I thought, "I should try it"! I've been hooked every since my first class. Over the years my love for yoga has grown from a personal practice to wanting to teach. Yoga has changed my life by the way I handle myself, interact with people, even how I parent. It gives me the peace I need everyday to be the best me everyday. I am so grateful to be able to share my love of yoga with my fellow yogis on this journey we call life. Just breathe 💖

Mara Austria

Mara moved to Las Vegas from the Philippines in 2006. She performed as a singer in a band for years, travelling around Las Vegas and California. Needing a lifestyle change from weighing more than 300 lbs at her biggest, she eventually found Yoga. She started practicing the Ashtanga Method in 2011.

Influenced by her trainings at YogaWorks, her approach to the practice evolved over the years, where she incorporates the principles of Iyengar in Ashtanga and both methods in Vinyasa Flow. She believes that combining these strong schools of Yoga has both healing and strength building properties that makes Ashtanga more accessible to all levels of Yoga Practitioners. Besides teaching an alignment based Vinyasa Flow class, she also teaches Power Restorative and Yin Flow.

Mara completed her 500 RYT certification at YogaWorks after completing her 200 RYT certification in All About Yoga, in Las Vegas, NV. In November 2015, Mara also completed her BeHold Barre Teacher Training Certification through Christine Orient.

Brigitta Baka

E-RYT 200

200 hour RYT Hot Yoga
200 hour RYT Power Vinyasa
Prenatal Vinyasa
Trauma Recovery Yoga
Hot Pilates Mat 1-2
Hot Sculpt
Mini Yogis / Yoga for Kids
Yin Yoga
Reiki Level 1-2

My life has been changed for the better, by yoga.

I have been teaching yoga Since 2014 Being a part of someone’s journey to become the best version of themselves has been one of my greatest accomplishment and reward...

I guide my students through Yoga practice to help them learn how to connect with their bodies with their breath with their own higher consciousness... Teaching yoga also makes me a better student... Yoga changes lives. It can make you both emotionally and physically healthier, stronger, and more balanced. Yoga can light the way to be more compassionate, more human. Yoga is not just an exercise, it's a way of life.

My personal goal is to grow in all ways possible , mental, physical, spiritual… Continue my education, learn as much as I can, reach my highest potential so I can continue helping others on their journey… Goal for my students is to build strength and balance both physically and mentally on and off the mat…

Believe you can and you will!!

Favorite pose


To find ease and a feeling of freedom in the pose, it might help to think about the myths behind Garudasana's name. Garuda, though often translated from the Sanskrit word meaning “eagle,” is actually a mythical bird in the Hindu and Buddhist traditions. As the vehicle of the God Vishnu, Garuda is said to be the king of birds, is eager to help humanity fight against demons.

The eagle’s superior vision relates to the third eye chakra. The gift of clear sight relates directly to the concentration we develop in yoga. Clear vision exists when the mind is focused and calm. When we practice balancing poses like Eagle Pose, concentration is aided by fix­ing the eyes on one point.

The challenge of the Eagle Pose is twisting while balancing on one leg. This can be extremely difficult at first, but gradually we become more flexible and stronger. As we settle into the pose, our purpose becomes clearer. The third eye chakra (the seat of sight and intuition) opens, im­proving vision. Eagle Pose helps us to see what is important in life. Unfolding from the pose, our metaphorical wings spread, conveying a sense of lightness and a freedom from hindrances..

"Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will." ~ Gandhi

Natalie White

Natalie White found yoga to be a natural progression after retiring from a 12 year career as a dancer in various shows on the Las Vegas strip. In her words “I needed to continue to move in some way and yoga seemed to fit that need, but I had no idea that the benefits would be much more than physical”. After practicing regularly on her own for many years, she began to notice that not only did it help her flexibility, core strength, and arm strength … it also seemed to help calm her mind in the midst of any chaos going on in her life. After having kids and a few big life changes, she started suffering from frequent panic attacks. The only “medicine” that ever helped cure that, was yoga, and she happily reports to rarely have them anymore. After seeing the many benefits yoga has to offer and how it helped her life, she took the plunge in 2012 to be certified to teach with a 200-hour course from It’s Yoga Training Center specializing in Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga. She believes in constantly learning and continues expanding knowledge by attending various workshops and taking classes from all styles of teachers throughout the year. She expanded her teaching variety to also include teaching power flow, vinyasa flow as well as ashtanga type classes and also teaches Mixxedfit (a cardio dance inspired exercise class) at local gyms and studios. When not on the mat, she likes to spend time with her family and also has a portrait photography business.
Vinyasa Yoga is a dynamic flowing yoga practice. Vinyasa literally translates to breath-synchronized movement and it is cardiovascular by nature. You will be guided to move and flow connecting the postures together with the breath to create a dance-like sequence or as some have called it, a “moving meditation.”
Bring a yoga mat and water (if desired).

Upcoming classes:

  • Fri Jun 23 9:15 am - 10:15 am with Celine Go
  • Fri Jun 23 4:15 pm - 5:15 pm with Eric Jeffers
  • Fri Jun 23 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm with Antoinette Vita
  • Sat Jun 24 9:30 am - 10:45 am with Michelle O'Hala
  • Sat Jun 24 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm with Juliet Forsgren
  • Sun Jun 25 10:00 am - 11:00 am with Celine Go
  • Mon Jun 26 6:15 pm - 7:15 pm with Mara Austria
  • Tue Jun 27 9:15 am - 10:15 am with Celine Go
  • Tue Jun 27 6:15 pm - 7:15 pm with Brigitta Baka
  • Wed Jun 28 9:15 am - 10:15 am with Renee Powell
  • Wed Jun 28 6:15 pm - 7:15 pm with Celine Go
  • Thu Jun 29 9:15 am - 10:15 am with Juliet Forsgren
  • Thu Jun 29 6:15 pm - 7:15 pm with Natalie White
  • Fri Jun 30 9:15 am - 10:15 am with Celine Go
  • Fri Jun 30 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm with Brigitta Baka
  • Fri Jun 30 4:15 pm - 5:15 pm with Eric Jeffers
  • Fri Jun 30 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm with Antoinette Vita



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