RY Vinyasa Flow


This class is taught by:

Toby Woods

Toby is a 200 hour certified yoga instructor with M.S. in Biomedical Sciences from Cornell University. Anatomy, medicine & holistic healing are his emphasis. His classes offer challenge, observation, and poise; self-discovery via breath-work, asana & meditation. He lives in La Jolla & enjoys surfing & rock climbing. "Yoga is my medicine. It is my core, it is my root. Adventure is my passion. Teaching is my everything."

Jenn Ludwig

Jenn was born and raised in the Midwest, but her heart and soul belongs to the ocean. So, she graduated college as early as possible and jetted off to Oahu, Hawaii. For three years, she immersed herself in surfing, SUPing, hiking, ocean swimming, scuba diving, and practiced healthy living through mindfulness and being open to new ways of living. It was also when she took her first yoga class. She was hooked and yoga has been a huge part of her life ever since. Jenn has been sharing and teaching her passions for the past 15 years. This year, the stars aligned and it was the perfect timing for Jenn to compete her 200 hour yoga teacher training so that she could start sharing her love of practicing yoga with others. When Jenn’s not teaching yoga classes, you can find her capturing candid moments at retreats around the world, and helping others build their brands and follow their dreams. 

Lanae Klabunde

Lanae took her first yoga class in 2012, and was immediately hooked. At first, her practice served only as a form of exercise, however it wasn't long before it became of a way of life. She was approached about teacher training in 2014 and completed her 50hr Sculpt certification. Not long after, she completed her 200hr Power Yoga training and completed a teaching internship at the same time. Not only does Lanae have a passion of teaching to adults, but children as well and has recently completed over 30hrs of kids yoga training as well. Teaching yoga came to her at a very important time in Lanae's life, and she will always be extremely grateful for this journey. Her wish is to continue sharing this gift and encourage others to do the same with their own practice.

Nicole Turner

Nicole's love for movement developed at the early age of 5 during ballet, which guided her to competitive gymnastics, cheerleading and performance dance throughout her teens, 20s and 30s. With these types of hobbies, she needed to stay limber, so she began practicing yoga at age 25. The practice began because of the need to stay flexible, but over the years, she's developed a love and passion for yoga that goes far beyond the poses. Nicole truly believes that it’s essential to embrace the physical, mental and emotional aspects of the practice for optimal health, happiness and well-being. She has been practicing yoga since 2005, is RYT 500 and has certifications in Vinyasa Flow, Tantric Hatha, SUP Yoga and Kids Yoga from Bali, Australia and the United States. Nicole brings a playful yet inspirational balance to her classes with essential oils, soulful music, yoga philosophy and meditation. She challenges students with core work, arm balances and inversions, and offers hands-on adjustments and assists. Her goal is that you leave class feeling blissed out... like your mind, body and soul took a holiday.

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

Anna Hinze

Anna grew up in Arizona where she did gymnastics, dance and tumbling. She took dance and barre classes in college and studied business until she was offered a job in San Diego, California. Two years after her move, she was in a car accident that caused a physical injury, which forced Anna to stop barre classes as she had a lot of pain. Anna was very discouraged because she loved creative workouts. However, she was introduced to yoga to add to her physical therapy. She fell in love with the creativity, wisdom and spiritual aspect of the practice. She knew she wanted to incorporate yoga into her life forever after discovering all of the health benefits. Her goal through teaching is to show other individuals that you are never “broken” even if you have an injury. She hopes to inspire students to heal through any physical or emotional setbacks and cultivate yoga into a creative, daily practice.

Laura Pushkar

Laura has been practicing yoga since 2010 and has a background in gymnastics. She was captivated from her first vinyasa class and knew it would be a constant staple in her life. Laura hopes to inspire others to ignite the same desire for their yoga practice as well through genuine positivity and encouragement.

Kristi Sobol

Born and raised in Southern California, Kristi has always been a water sports enthusiast, spending her time surfing, snorkeling, and scuba diving. Kristi originally became interested in yoga as a way to supplement these activities through increased flexibility, stronger core muscles, better breathing, and improved balance. Kristi fell in love with yoga because it allowed her body, mind, and spirit to tap into a natural flow and rhythm, much like the patterns of the ocean. Kristi enrolled in teacher training to deepen her yoga practice, but quickly found her voice as a teacher. Kristi hopes to teach her students the transformative qualities of yoga and how every lesson learned on the mat is applicable to daily life.

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.
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:

  • Tue Nov 13 10:30 am - 11:30 am with Toby Woods
  • Wed Nov 14 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm with Jenn Ludwig
  • Wed Nov 14 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm with Lanae Klabunde
  • Thu Nov 15 9:00 am - 10:00 am with Nicole Turner
  • Thu Nov 15 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm with Jenni Cook
  • Fri Nov 16 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm with Anna Hinze
  • Sat Nov 17 9:00 am - 10:00 am with Laura Pushkar
  • Sun Nov 18 9:00 am - 10:00 am with Kristi Sobol
  • Mon Nov 19 12:15 pm - 1:15 pm with Olivia Sylvestro
  • Tue Nov 20 10:30 am - 11:30 am with Toby Woods
  • Wed Nov 21 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm with Jenn Ludwig
  • Wed Nov 21 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm with Lanae Klabunde
  • Fri Nov 23 11:00 am - 12:00 pm with Kristi Sobol
  • Sat Nov 24 9:00 am - 10:00 am with Laura Pushkar
  • Sun Nov 25 9:00 am - 10:00 am with Kristi Sobol
  • Mon Nov 26 12:15 pm - 1:15 pm with Olivia Sylvestro