Vinyasa Yoga in The Gateway Garden
Drexel students, faculty and staff are invited to a one-hour, all-levels vinyasa flow – a perfect mix of cardio, strength training, stretching and meditation. You will be taken through an active flow, synthesizing body mechanics and proper alignment with traditional yoga postures, using the breath as a tool to connect to your body in each pose.
For those who can join all five sessions, you will build strength while developing a personal understanding of your body and how it moves.
No prior yoga experience necessary, please bring a yoga mat and water bottle. Registration is strongly recommended for this event. This is a free event for Drexel students, faculty and professional staff with a valid DragonCard.
Register for the Oct. 3, 12:15 p.m. session.
First introduced to yoga in high school, Nicole participated in a Billy Blank's Tae Bo workout class followed by yoga and meditation. This proved to be the perfect balance of synchronized aerobics and stretching. She continued to practice yoga throughout her college years while enrolled at The Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City, and that practice became even more focused in the years that followed.
After nearly two decades of practice Nicole made the decision to enroll in a yoga teacher training program so she could share the physical, mental, and spiritual benefits of yoga with others. She initially completed and Integrative Yogic Lifestyle Training in 2020, followed by a program led by Marissa Nash of The Well Studio in Philadelphia, PA. Nicole went on to receive her Advanced Teacher Training certificate, and today has over 300 hours of educational yoga and wellness training under her belt, including principles of Yoga, Ayurveda, mantra, meditation & subtle body knowledge.