Cool Flow


This class is taught by:

Tess Costanzo

As someone who was always into solitary athletic pursuits, I began yoga classes on a whim and as a way to encourage a friend to exercise. I quickly fell in love with the practice and discovering the Plymouth Yoga Room in 2009 was life changing. My love of practice has been fueled by the transformation I have experienced physically, mentally and emotionally; and my love of teaching is fueled by what I witness everyday in the students who come to the studio. My background in social work and training in Neurolinguistic Programming and Hypnosis Therapy gives me an unusual perspective and respect for the power of mind that so completely compliments the practice yoga. I am honored and grateful for the opportunity to share in and contribute to the energy at PYR and strive to make my classes challenging, centering and healing.

Namaste
Tess

Lisa Sellinger

I found yoga at a time in my life when I was bouncing from one fitness routine to another, looking for the “one” that spoke to me! Just short of my 40th birthday, I realized that I needed something to feed not just my physical body but my emotional/mental body. I found a class and lovely teacher that at the time, was just what I needed. She spoke of turning inward; listening to our breath and trusting ourselves - expressions of self- guidance that were never mentioned by fitness instructors or on a soccer field. I was mesmerized and needed to delve deeper. I practiced regularly for a number of years, until I was interrupted by a serious health crisis, which sidelined me for a time. Fortunately, I had a basic understanding of the power of our breath to support and stabilize us through trying times and so I plugged into my “secret “ weapon! Getting back to my mat was of utmost importance and I resumed practicing as soon as possible. In 2015 I began a journey that continues and has brought me great peace, inner strength and compassion - I completed teacher training at Plymouth Yoga Room. The instruction that was given; the kindness that was shared; the vulnerability that was allowed - all this created for me a space that was safe and welcoming in the practice rooms at PYR. I am thrilled and grateful to be teaching here and hope that you find a safe, encouraging environment in my class, a place where you can deepen your understanding of you! Namaste.

Alice Ahearn

My yoga journey began when I was a fitness instructor many years ago and tried a few yoga classes. I noticed the physical benefits right away. However, I didn’t really connect with yoga at the time so I only practiced occasionally; just enough to keep injuries away. I became a running coach and later a high school Track and Cross Country coach and wanted to keep my athletes healthy. I decided I should investigate yoga further. In 2010 I came to PYR to check it out and bought an 8 class pack. I was all in right away. The space, atmosphere and teachers were all amazing. Immediately, I began practicing 4-5 times per week on a regular basis. The real hook for me was that PYR was the first place that emphasized the connection to the breath and that has always been a primary focus for all my fitness and coaching instruction. I finally went through the PYR Immersion Program last fall. One of the most emphasized parts of the program is to “teach from your practice” and I have taken that very seriously as I want my students to feel like I’m right on the mat next to them as they practice, feeling the same things, maybe thinking the same things. I am so honored to have the opportunity to serve my community through the practice of yoga.  namaste

Ronda Guimond

I started practicing yoga on a regular basis in 2009 when Plymouth Yoga Room first opened. The teachers immediately captured me. I also had an indescribable sense of vulnerability that I could not explain nor was something I particularly embraced at that time. I was focused primarily on the physical benefits of yoga and how it challenged by body. But after a severe humeral fracture resulting in hand surgery and restricted movements often taken for granted, I realized my physical body is not what makes me strong. It is finding patience and choosing how to react to challenges. Yoga elicits both of these personal disciplines. Completing PYR’s Immersion Program in 2015 deepened my practice and created in me a particularly fondness for meditation. Yoga has taught me to be more present, to be in this moment, and that each day is a choice. I am grateful to guide you in the beautiful practice of yoga and learn how it has influenced your journey. Namaste, Ronda
Our signature yoga flow class without the heat.

Upcoming classes:

  • Sat Dec 15 10:00 am - 11:00 am with Tess Costanzo
    at Plymouth Yoga Room
  • Sat Dec 22 10:00 am - 11:00 am with Lisa Sellinger
    at Plymouth Yoga Room
  • Sat Dec 29 10:00 am - 11:00 am with Lisa Sellinger
    at Plymouth Yoga Room
  • Sat Jan 05 10:00 am - 11:00 am with Tess Costanzo
    at Plymouth Yoga Room
  • Sat Jan 12 10:00 am - 11:00 am with Alice Ahearn
    at Plymouth Yoga Room
  • Sat Jan 19 10:00 am - 11:00 am with Tess Costanzo
    at Plymouth Yoga Room
  • Sat Jan 26 10:00 am - 11:00 am with Ronda Guimond
    at Plymouth Yoga Room
  • Sat Feb 02 10:00 am - 11:00 am with TBD .
    at Plymouth Yoga Room
  • Sat Feb 09 10:00 am - 11:00 am with Tess Costanzo
    at Plymouth Yoga Room
  • Sat Feb 16 10:00 am - 11:00 am with Tess Costanzo
    at Plymouth Yoga Room
  • Sat Feb 23 10:00 am - 11:00 am with TBD .
    at Plymouth Yoga Room
  • Sat Mar 02 10:00 am - 11:00 am with TBD .
    at Plymouth Yoga Room
  • Sat Mar 09 10:00 am - 11:00 am with TBD .
    at Plymouth Yoga Room
  • Sat Mar 16 10:00 am - 11:00 am with TBD .
    at Plymouth Yoga Room
  • Sat Mar 23 10:00 am - 11:00 am with TBD .
    at Plymouth Yoga Room
  • Sat Mar 30 10:00 am - 11:00 am with TBD .
    at Plymouth Yoga Room
  • Sat Apr 06 10:00 am - 11:00 am with TBD .
    at Plymouth Yoga Room