My name is Amy Mazeski, and I’ve been practicing yoga for 15 years. Over the years, I’ve discovered so many healing aspects of yoga, and continue to seek out ways within my own practice to discover new things about myself, get fresh perspectives on life, and discover ways to ground and detach myself from things I can’t control. I decided to get certified to teach yoga so that I can help guide others on their yoga journey, whatever their intentions might be.
I completed my 200-hour teaching certification with Sersano Wellness at iThrive Yoga in April 2013, with a focus on hatha yoga, vinyasa flow, and meditation. I have attended various Yoga Journal Conference workshops to expand my knowledge and I make it a priority to practice with different teachers at various studios when possible as a reminder that the possibilities for personal growth within my own practice are endless.
My teaching philosophy is to make yoga accessible for anyone who opens his or her mind and body to the experience. I believe there is always an opportunity to find new things in even the most basic postures, and I am continually amazed by the power of the mind-body connection that is achieved through breath control.
I teach a beginning Vinyasa Flow class at Trufit in Southlands (Aurora), and I sub beginning and advanced Vinyasa Flow classes at iThrive in Parker, CO. I also sub yoga classes at the YMCA at Southshore in Aurora Colorado.