Ale Kelley ERYT 200 (Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher) began practicing yoga in 1998, finding in yoga mental peace, calm and balance of body, mind and spirit. Ale began teaching in 2004, and in 2005 she founded Zentro Yoga; a yoga school in Ciudad Juarez where different styles of yoga instruction such as Ashtanga and Iyengar are practiced. A Yoga Teacher Certification Program with curriculum endorsed by Yoga Alliance is also offered.
Ale began her in-depth studies in yoga with Tias Little in Santa Fe, NM in 2004 and has completed 300 hours certification.
Her passion for the Ashtanga Yoga Mysore practice took her to study with Rolf and Marcy Naujokat in Goa, India, where she has practiced and studied three months a year every year since 2007. Marcy and Rolf have become her main inspiration for her practice and instruction. In the past five years he has completed hundreds of hours of instruction with an eclectic range of teachers known internationally, including Tias Little, Rolf and Marcy Naujokat, R. Sharath Jois, a Teacher’s Training with Maty Ezraty. She has had the privilege of taking classes at the Iyengar Institute in Pune, India with Sunita, Geeta and Prashant Iyengar and an Iyengar Teachers Trainig with Manous Manuso in San Francisco, CA and had the opportunity to meet Iyengar. She is currently obtaining a Certification in Centered Yoga with Dona Holleman in Soiano del Lago, Italy.
Ale is dedicated to the practice and development of a curriculum that integrates different traditions, where the concept of Ashtanga is taught with anatomical precision and care in every student. Zentro Yoga offers over 20 classes per week, serving more than 70 students. Ale has also taught workshops in several cities in northern Mexico and the United States.
Ale has an innovative, unique and holistic style acquired through in-depth practice of the Ashtanga and Iyengar schools. Combining the precision and alignment of the Iyengar tradition with Ashtanga vinyasa, her teachings have anatomical, philosophical, meditative, restorative and pranic fusions.