Alexandria Hall, 200-hour RYT, Is an Inspirational Yoga Teacher who received her training in our nation’s capital at Flow Yoga Center. Shetook her first Yoga class as an elective in college and found it to be very grounding. She is at heart somewhat of a gypsy, flowing through lots of change. Yoga helped her find grounding and peace through out her journey. After years of practicing and working in Miami, NYC and Boston in the corporate world she left everything in 2013 to follow her passion of teaching yoga in hopes to inspire her students to live courageously.
With each practice, Alexandria wants her students to feel calm and grounded, to give them a practice that creates space for them to heal within, and to connect to their divine self. She uses her voice in hopes of soothing some souls through centering, allowing each student to begin practice more present then when first entering. She stays true to her Vinyassa roots by creating sequences with soulful sounds that range from Otis Redding to Krishna Das. Allowing each student to find a moment of peace and clarity. She encourages her students to flow at their own pace reminding them that this time is for them.
The most important aspect of yoga that Alexandria wants to share with her students is the concept that "The time spent on the mat is about you, not me as a teacher or your beautiful yogi partner next to you, it's about leaving everything outside and trusting something greater brought you to the mat and allowing yourself space to discover that. I hope to share a piece of my soul with my students, soften their hearts a little bit, to give them the space to feel non-judged, allowing them to be their authentic self. Inspiring them to build confidence in trusting that they have everything they need within themselves already"-Alexandria Hall
Sandra Sanchez has been working professionally within the health/fitness industry for the past 20 years as a personal trainer, movement specialist, soft tissue therapist and now Acupuncturist. She went to Hofstra University for Exercise Physiology and continued her passion for learning about the human body through out her career. She travelled to California to learn directly from Lenny Parracino, one of the top presenters in the health and fitness industry. She continued her journey and studied under world-renowned Physical Therapist Gary Gray and Dr. Dave Tiberio, PHDand became a Gray Institute Fellow of Applied Functional Science. She continues to take her education and experience to new boundaries that will change the way practitioners treat and view human bodies as a whole. She is a Licensed Massage Therapist, Active Release Technique Practioner and has her Master’s in Acupuncture. Then continue her studies at McMaster University for Contemporary Medical Acupuncture and also the Advance Neurofunctional Sport Performance Program.
Sandra has integrates all that she has learned into a comprehensive Functional Movement, multi-dimensionalrehabilitative and restorative treatment that is individualize for the clients specific task/goal. Combining soft tissue treatments with acupuncture will create a whole new approach treating movement dysfunctions, injuries and performance enhancement for individuals and Athletes of all levels.