Yoga studio in the Seminole Heights neighborhood of Tampa

Take a few steps on the path to yoga
This unique home yoga studio in Old Seminole Heights in Tampa has been sharing yoga with the community since 2013. Read “Class Descriptions” to discover the best class for you. Click on “Yoga Class Schedule” to check the latest yoga class schedule. Pay for class when you arrive, or save time and pay online via PayPal. If you’ like to practice yoga with your family and friends for one low price > we are all ONE at Take Me To The River Yoga studio.

Regular Schedule:
Tuesday 10-11:00 am Mindful Hatha Yoga
Tuesday 7:00-8:00 pm Hatha Yoga – Kripalu Vinyasa Flow
Wednesday 10-11:00 am Chair Yoga
Wednesday 7:00-8:00 pm Hatha Yoga – Kripalu Vinyasa Flow
Saturday 9:30-10 am Yoga in the Garden at the Seminole Heights Community Garden

Tish Ganey is a KRYT-500 registered yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance and the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Stockbridge, MA. She has been practicing yoga for many moons, and teaching yoga since 2013. Most recently she’s become a candidate of the Certified Yoga Therapist program at Kripalu, accredited by the International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT). Tish teaches yoga in the traditional style, sharing practice and philosophy from the classic yoga paths. Think Hatha, Bhakti, Jnana, Karma, Tantra, Raja, Kriya and Kundalini. All classes are rooted in the Kripalu yoga style, combining classic asanas, pranayama, mudras, and mindfulness meditation. Contact Tish Ganey for more information about the studio, classes or to schedule private yoga sessions.

If you are new to yoga or just want a more personalized yoga experience, contact Tish Ganey to arrange a private or online yoga practice that fits your schedule and your specific need.

Cross the streams at the river: traditional yoga and high tech tracking.
The modern practice of high tech tracking with wrist bands, chest straps and smart clothing to measure movement, heart rate, HRV, respiration, calorie burn, etc. is encouraged.

HRV Yoga shows the real-time effect of your yoga practice.
Heart rate variability (HRV) is the measure of the variation between your heart beats. Having a strong pulse is only part of the picture . . . you need variability! Yoga can teach you to improve HRV by gaining better control over your autonomic nervous system. Tracking HRV provides biofeedback to your practice. Tish Ganey can show you how HRV Yoga can help you track, collect and analyze your yoga practice data with Big Data Yoga.

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