Alex Bauermeister is an ever-learning awareness junkie, who loves helping people find more authenticity, connection, courage, and meaning in their lives. With a focus on therapeutic and trauma-informed yoga, Alex helps clients find relief from tension, stress, anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress symptoms to create their own healing and happiness.
Alex has accumulated over one thousand hours of training as a Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapist, Kripalu and Vinyasa yoga teacher, social change activist, and group facilitator. This is complemented by lifelong apprenticeships in body-based healing and psychology. Alex's background in social justice and anti-racism work bring an understanding of power and privilege to her teaching. She strives to hold a safe space for people from many diverse backgrounds and experiences, including those who don't necessarily have a positive association with yoga and/or therapy.
In addition to teaching public yoga classes, personal growth workshops, and Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy training programs around New England, Alex also provides students with one-on-one yoga therapy. You can get in touch with Alex at email@example.com and www.intrayogatherapy.com.
Amanda Nurse recently transitioned from social work to the yoga and fitness world. Amanda loved working with her patients because of her passion for empowering others, but she also wanted to have an impact on Boston's health and fitness community.
Yoga has always been an important part of Amanda's healthy lifestyle. She is an avid proponent of practicing yoga to enhance running performance through strength, stability, flexibility and, most-importantly, mindfulness and breathing. In 2016, Amanda completed the New School of Yogic Arts' 200-hour teacher training, studying under Tatyana Souza, Goldie Graham, Andrew Tanner, and Laura Ahrens. Amanda teaches yoga to the men's and women's water polo teams at Harvard University, and recently taught Yoga for Runners classes at the Runner's World Pop-Up Store during Boston Marathon weekend. Her teaching style is informed by her knowledge of the body and how it needs to be optimized to perform at its top level in a sport. Her thoughtful sequencing includes a mix of vinyasa and restorative yoga, with a strong emphasis on stretching and finding breath through movement.