Remi began practicing yoga in 2006 in search of a way to help chronic pain and fatigue due to fibromyalgia. She jumped right in and started her yoga experience taking Hot Power Vinyasa classes several times a week. Several years later she discovered Yin and Restorative classes and it was like coming home, where she found her calling and a desire to share the practice and become a teacher.
Remi’s passions in yoga are diversity and inclusion—making the practice available to anybody regardless of size, shape, or ability. She focuses on teaching adaptive classes, offering many props and modifications to bring the practice to where you are in the moment. Her specialties include: Slow Flow, Yin, Restorative, Yoga Nidra, Adaptive, and Trauma Informed classes. She hopes that you leave her classes feeling rested, renewed, and most of all included. For more information, go to remiyoga.com.
This post was edited by Nina Zolotow, co-editor of the Accessible Yoga blog and Editor in Chief of Yoga for Healthy Aging.
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