RY Vinyasa Flow


This class is taught by:

Olivia Sylvestro

Originally from Connecticut, life took Olivia out West after graduating from undergrad in upstate New York. Olivia was a gymnast for 18 years, so exercising and leading a healthy lifestyle has always been a passion of hers. After retiring from gymnastics, she began searching for something to fill that void, and that is when she found yoga. Yoga started out for Olivia as something she did on occasion and then quickly turned into an activity she did everyday. She feels very honored to both deepen her practice everyday, as well as, teach what she has learned to her own students. For Olivia, yoga is so much more than what she practices on the mat, it's the mindfulness, the presence and the positivity of being surrounded by like-minded people that keeps Olivia always returning to her mat.

Jenni Cook

Jenni was first introduced to Yoga in 2011. With a background in competitive dance, Jenni was drawn to yoga for it's healing aspects, physical and mental but soon fell in love with its community as well! Yoga took her by surprise, Jenni began to grow and break down barriers in her life transforming it in ways that she could have never imagined, growing stronger inside and out. It was from this personal place of growth that Jenni decided that she wanted to become a yoga instructor! In 2013 Jenni completed her 200hr Vinyasa Flow Teacher Training followed by a 2014 Yoga Sculpt Teacher Training. To Jenni there is no greater gift then to share the gift of yoga with others. She aspires to guide yogis through their very own beautiful transformation, leading them into a place of strength, self acceptance, and overall happiness

Hailey Young

Hailey entered her first yoga class during college in hopes of discovering some sort of stress relief from her heavy class load. She was immediately hooked to everything yoga had to offer, and began to take classes regularly from that point on. With a background in Kinesiology, she became a yoga teacher in hopes of building a better knowledge of the anatomy of yoga and what it had to offer physically. After getting deeper into the spiritual and mental aspect, such as breath work and meditation, she knew right away that she wanted to share her experience with others. Hailey immediately developed a strong passion for teaching and watching her students grow, as well sharing her appreciation for yoga with others.

Shelley Dodgen

Shelley was born and raised in Orange County, CA and moved to San Diego in 2013 where her yoga journey began. Being an active person all her life, she searched for something different to add to her daily exercise routine. She began practicing seated meditation and thought that yoga might be a good physical addition to this practice. After her first class she was hooked. It was an incredible physical challenge for her body and brought a mental calm into her daily life, something she had never experienced before. She began practicing yoga daily, both in the studio and at home and there was no denying the passion that drove her yoga practice. This passion drove her to complete her RYT 200 certification in hopes to spread the benefits of yoga to those around her.

Meredith Hatton

Meredith is an east coast native who began her yoga journey almost five years ago. Originally drawn to class for the physical benefits, Meredith found a passion for the challenging postures. She was soon immersed in the many mental and emotional benefits of practice as well. After relocating to San Diego, she has adopted yoga as not only a hobby but a lifestyle as well. Meredith has a Bacholer's degree in Food Science and Nutrition and is 200 RYT certified. She hopes to share her passion and inspiration with all her students.

Jenn Farris

Jenn's yoga journey, like most things in life, has ebbed and flowed over the years. She really dove deep into her practice in 2010, going to Bikram and dedicating many hours to her mat. In 2015 Jenn traveled to Bali, and experienced a series of life changing events, one of which was a rekindling of her love of yoga. She always knew that this practice was special and that she was getting more than just a physical workout, but it wan't until this trip that Jenn started putting the pieces together. The commitment to self love, the clarity in her decision making, the softening of not only her body but her heart was undeniable. She began practicing on a more regular basis, committing to the discovery of the moment but still hadn't committed to teaching quite yet. Early in 2016, after another trip to Indonesia she decided it was time to put the energy and time into a teacher training. Jenn eventually signed up for her RYT-200 training here in San Diego. She hopes to one day deepen her education as well as learn to integrate yoga into her daily life. Jenn currently teaches both an athletic Vinyasa as well as a slow flow. Teaching brings so much joy to her life and being of service to others is truly an honor.

Martine Whisenhunt

Martine’s yoga journey began at the age of 18. Years of competitive sports led her to try something a little bit different. After her first class on the mat, she fell in love with both the physical and spiritual benefits of yoga. Martine moved to San Diego to obtain a degree in International Economics and now works as a full time yoga teacher for both adults and children. Martine has first hand experience in the healing powers of this yoga practice and wants to share her passion with her students. Her classes are grounding, empowering, and above all fun because you can never take yoga too seriously.

Alyssa Moeller

Alyssa stepped onto her mat in 2010 as a way to relieve anxiety, and quickly discovered that not only were her stress levels improving, but also her happiness, contentment, body and sense of self-worth. She loves to incorporate dynamic sequencing, a killer playlist, and focus on honoring what the body and soul need on any given day. Alyssa obtained her 200-hour certification in 2014 and is certified in Reiki. Her experience includes teaching corporate, studio and private yoga classes, leading workshops, and leading 200-hour yoga teacher trainings

Desiree Crossman

Desiree is a Lead Vinyasa Instructor and Teacher Training Lead Instructor with her E-RYT500/YACEP teacher currently studying for her C-IAYT 800 yoga therapist certification. Desiree is also trained in Reiki, certified primary group instructor through AFAA, certified JOGA teacher, certified Power Yoga and can be found on www.poweryoga.com. Desiree is also a certified Thai Massage teacher through ITM in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Desiree has traveled to over 40 countries, lived in 5 and has taught yoga for extended periods of time in Jamaica, Holland, The Philippines, and Thailand.
Join us for this amazing flow that will leave you inspired. All levels welcome. Enjoy the the true meaning of Vinyasa; tap into the breath/movement and find a new level of motivation. 

Upcoming classes:

  • Fri Sep 22 12:15 pm - 1:15 pm with Olivia Sylvestro
  • Sat Sep 23 9:00 am - 10:00 am with Jenni Cook
  • Sun Sep 24 9:00 am - 10:00 am with Hailey Young
  • Mon Sep 25 12:15 pm - 1:15 pm with Olivia Sylvestro
  • Tue Sep 26 11:00 am - 12:00 pm with Shelley Dodgen
  • Wed Sep 27 12:15 pm - 1:15 pm with Meredith Hatton
  • Thu Sep 28 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm with Jenn Farris
  • Fri Sep 29 12:15 pm - 1:15 pm with Martine Whisenhunt
  • Sat Sep 30 9:00 am - 10:00 am with Jenni Cook
  • Sun Oct 01 9:00 am - 10:00 am with Alyssa Moeller
  • Mon Oct 02 12:15 pm - 1:15 pm with Olivia Sylvestro
  • Tue Oct 03 11:00 am - 12:00 pm with Shelley Dodgen
  • Wed Oct 04 12:15 pm - 1:15 pm with Meredith Hatton
  • Thu Oct 05 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm with Jenn Farris
  • Fri Oct 06 12:15 pm - 1:15 pm with Martine Whisenhunt
  • Sat Oct 07 9:00 am - 10:00 am with Jenni Cook
  • Sun Oct 08 9:00 am - 10:00 am with Desiree Crossman
  • Mon Oct 09 12:15 pm - 1:15 pm with Olivia Sylvestro
  • Tue Oct 10 11:00 am - 12:00 pm with Shelley Dodgen
  • Wed Oct 11 12:15 pm - 1:15 pm with Meredith Hatton