with Yoshi Kardell and Amanda Denning
Saturday, July 20th (2:30-4:00pm)
at Sellwood Yoga

$25 register online/$30 at the door

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Join us for a class designed to explore yoga together. We will focus on partner stretching, connecting through breath, balancing, communicating, and learning the basic preparations for acro yoga such as hand grips and common terminology.

Sign up with a friend, your significant other, or just yourself! All levels welcome.


Instructor — Amanda Denning

Amanda Denning

Amanda Denning started practicing yoga in 2008, shortly before moving to Portland, and quickly realized the transformational power it has to offer. She has maintained a consistent personal practice ever since, and began teaching in March of 2016 in order to more fully share the benefits witnessed in her own life both on and off the mat.

She approaches her personal practice with youthful curiosity, creative sequencing, and an emphasis on mind-body-breath connection, which are exhibited in her teaching style. She highlights structure and safety, while also instilling accessibility via choice, exploration, and a sense of humor.

An advocate of body positivity, mindful movement, and meditation, she believes that our mat work is the training ground for a deeper connection to our subtle selves, empowering us to approach all other aspects of our everyday lives with more peace, compassion, and balance.

Instructor — Yoshi Kardell

Yoshi Kardell enjoys guiding people to connect with a sense of peace, balance, and acceptance through their yoga practice that can have lasting benefits. She enjoys studying and teaching a range of styles of yoga including Restorative and Vinyasa with a focus on dynamic movement and fluid transitions. Inspired by her experience with pregnancy and the birth of her son, she is passionate about supporting women and families around childbirth and the transition to parenthood. Also, due to her work with the disability community over the past 18 years, she has a strong commitment to making yoga accessible to people of all abilities. 

In addition to completing the 200-hour teacher training program and prenatal teacher training, Yoshi has a Master’s Degree in Social Work and is a CAPPA trained postpartum doula. 

For more information, please visit yoshikokardell.com 


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