Our yoga classes are awesome!
Yoga is an excellent way to improve balance, flexibility, breath control, and core strength. This makes the practice not only beneficial to your overall well being, but may be the key to taking your climbing to the next level. Climb Tulsa is proud to host some of the best instructors that Tulsa has to offer. With a wide variety of class themes, we are sure to have a yoga class for you regardless of your experience level. Come see how yoga can help you meet your climbing goals!
Meet our instructors:
Juan A. Carreno is a 200 RYT certified yoga instructor from Everyone Yoga School in Tulsa. His practice primarily focuses creating yoga sequences to develop and futher understand the movement and functionality of the body on the mat. This ranges from basic foundations to powerful integrated movement. Juan hopes to get students to find their inner strength, discover how their body functions, and challenge them in their yogic practice by reaching these poses. Juan has been a climber for 9 years with experience of all styles of rock climbing, and has experience with private lessons for climbers and yoga students in developing their range of movement and technique on and off the wall and mat. His goal is to get climbers to be more aware and improve their ability to climb.
Hailey first started doing yoga in college for the physical benefits it offered, but it didn’t take long before she felt the change yoga was making in her heart and mind as well as the body. Yoga helped her deal with the stress of working her way through college in a positive way, and continues to do so in day to day life. She discovered a new sense of love for herself and others, which she had never felt before. Not only does yoga make Hailey feel strong and fluid, but it also invites her true authentic self to shine through, and allows her to feel more confident in everything she does. Hailey received her 200-hour teacher certification from Everyone Yoga School in May 2016. She teaches a vinyasa flow style class and enjoys teaching all types of classes ranging from soft, medium, to powerful.
In March of 2017, at 17 years old, Callyn received her RYT200 certification through EveryOne Yoga School in Tulsa. She began practicing yoga the previous summer when a friend invited her to take a class. Initially, she was drawn to yoga purely for the physical benefits that it offered, but it only took a short amount of time for her to notice the therapeutic effect that yoga had on her mental health. Yoga for her was the gateway to healing—mentally and physically—and her goal as an instructor is to share those same benefits with every one of her students.
Megan has been practicing yoga since 2005 and teaching professionally since early 2014. She holds an E-RYT 500 designation with Yoga Alliance. She received 200 hours training in Baptiste influenced Yoga training in 2014 and completed an additional 300 hours in synchronized, breath-based Vinyasa with Live Love Teach in January 2015. In addition to 500+ hours of training, Megan is also a Sundara Trauma-Informed Yoga Teacher (TIYT), a prenatal yoga teacher, and a Certified Education Provider (YACEP).
Megan teaches hatha and power yoga with an emphasis on combining creative and safe sequencing, breath awareness, and seasonal themes. Her professional education and direct experience with yogic practices are essential to her teaching practice; her offerings continue to broaden and diversify as she sprinkles in and integrates additional trainings. Her sincere mission above all is to support and encourage students to go inward (or be expressive!) and welcome all aspects of themselves. Using hatha yoga and meditation, students can discover their strength and ability to adapt to “all that is coming” or has happened in life.
Megan teaches alongside Mandy Eubanks, Melissa Smith, and Jeanne Doss, among others, in EveryOne Yoga School 200 hour program. Always a student, Megan is currently at OSU studying exercise science and is a Radiance Sutras Meditation Teacher trainee. She lives with her partner Jason, her cat named Edie, and two dogs, Bogart and Zoey. When she’s not teaching or studying, Megan may be grocery shopping, jamming out at a red light, or finding fun running routes in Tulsa.