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This class is taught by:

Martha Shea

Martha has been practicing and teaching yoga since 2000 and received her first 300 hour yoga certification with The American Yoga Academy that same year. In 2001 Martha received her yoga certification from The Yoga and Healing Center in New Jersey with Wendy Grosse, who specializesin Soul Sweat Yoga. In 2003, Martha was certified in Prenatal Yoga with Janice Clarfield at Kripalu Yoga, and in 2008, her Yoga Ed Certification in Ontario.
 
Martha has been inspired by David Life and Sharon Gannon and has attended several intensive training and summer camps with them. This year, Martha completed her Baron Baptiste Level 2, and is currently working on her certification with him.
 
Martha’s mat is a vehicle for creativity and freedom in her life. She counts her blessings on her mat. It is a place of pure space where she connects to her center, her strength and her authenticity. Yoga has brought Martha through some very challenging times in her life. She believes in many ways that it has saved her. It reminds her constantly that she is always stronger than she thinks she is, and it reminds her to be present in her moment, her life, one breath at a time.
 
Martha’s favourite poses are arm balances. Arm balances combine freedom and strength. You need to draw on your core, your truth before you can find the courage to fly. They remind you that anything is possible – all you have to do is break the branch, trust and fly into endless possibilities !!!

Kerry Casarin

Kerry’s love affair with yoga began over 20 years ago, when she first tried a Rodney Yee VHS tape in her family’s living room. From that moment on she was hooked and has since completed numerous teacher trainings including her 200hr training at De la Sol Studios, as well as specialized trainings in prenatal/postnatal yoga, yoga for kids, yin/yang yoga, restorative, and more.
Kerry believes that yoga has the ability to bring joy and warmth to even the coldest of days, and her sunny side can be felt from within when she teaches. Her personal practice fluctuates from vigorous paced vinyasas to smooth, feel good all over ooey gooey flows.
When she isn’t on her mat, she’s a busy mom of two beautiful girls who help bring out her sunny side. She also daydreams of lazy days on the beach, eating tacos, and surfing like a pro someday.

Anthony Berlingeri

Anthony relates yoga to being in a relationship; it takes commitment, vulnerability, playfulness, faith, forgiveness, & compassion. Anthony’s love affair with yoga began about 8 years ago & like most relationships do, it started on the surface. My hamstrings were super tight and I wanted to loosen up while toning my body. Little did I know yoga would remain with me throughout some of the hardest times of my life. Yoga became a mirror for me to see myself in. Most of us start to practice for the simple reason of strengthening the mind and body, but ultimately we begin to re-discover our own truth. We get out of our heads and into our Selves, which is the very nature of love. As a teacher I believe the essence of yoga is also the art of living. Its about being present for our Self, and the world that we live in, so that we can express and celebrate the divinity that we all share. Yoga isn’t a religion, nor does it have anything to do with becoming a better person. Its simply about letting go of the past, as well as our fears of the future, so that the gift of the present can be received! Anthony is recognized in the community for his commitment to bring yoga and meditation into schools through his Yoga Affects Youth initiative. His intention is bring the gift of yoga and meditation to children so that they can begin the path of their own discovery from an early age. For more information check out yogaaffectsyouth.com.
 
Anthony's favourite yoga pose is Salamba Sirsasana (Headstand). It's not often he flips his world upside down, but when he does it gives him a completely different view and perspective. It also forces him to be present to avoid tumbling over.
Using the principles learned in an Intro, this class moves you through sequences at a faster pace and explores more challenging asanas such as backbends and arm balances. Flow classes contain elements found in Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Anusara and Iyengar practices.

Upcoming classes:

  • Fri Jan 18 6:15 am - 7:15 am with Martha Shea
    at De La Sol Yoga Hamilton
  • Fri Jan 18 9:30 am - 10:30 am with Kerry Casarin
    at De La Sol Yoga Hamilton
  • Sun Jan 20 10:15 am - 11:15 am with Martha Shea
    at De La Sol Yoga Hamilton
  • Wed Jan 23 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm with Anthony Berlingeri
    at De La Sol Yoga Hamilton
  • Fri Jan 25 6:15 am - 7:15 am with Martha Shea
    at De La Sol Yoga Hamilton
  • Fri Jan 25 9:30 am - 10:30 am with Kerry Casarin
    at De La Sol Yoga Hamilton
  • Sun Jan 27 10:15 am - 11:15 am with Martha Shea
    at De La Sol Yoga Hamilton
  • Wed Jan 30 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm with Kerry Casarin
    at De La Sol Yoga Hamilton
  • Fri Feb 01 6:15 am - 7:15 am with Martha Shea
    at De La Sol Yoga Hamilton
  • Fri Feb 01 9:30 am - 10:30 am with Kerry Casarin
    at De La Sol Yoga Hamilton
  • Sun Feb 03 10:15 am - 11:15 am with Martha Shea
    at De La Sol Yoga Hamilton
  • Wed Feb 06 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm with Anthony Berlingeri
    at De La Sol Yoga Hamilton
  • Fri Feb 08 6:15 am - 7:15 am with Martha Shea
    at De La Sol Yoga Hamilton
  • Fri Feb 08 9:30 am - 10:30 am with Kerry Casarin
    at De La Sol Yoga Hamilton
  • Sun Feb 10 10:15 am - 11:15 am with Martha Shea
    at De La Sol Yoga Hamilton
  • Wed Feb 13 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm with Anthony Berlingeri
    at De La Sol Yoga Hamilton
  • Fri Feb 15 6:15 am - 7:15 am with Martha Shea
    at De La Sol Yoga Hamilton
  • Fri Feb 15 9:30 am - 10:30 am with Kerry Casarin
    at De La Sol Yoga Hamilton
  • Sun Feb 17 10:15 am - 11:15 am with Martha Shea
    at De La Sol Yoga Hamilton
  • Wed Feb 20 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm with Anthony Berlingeri
    at De La Sol Yoga Hamilton