Jessica De Los Rios
Three words that describe me are Nurturing, vibrant, & organic
My perfect meal is fresh caught salmon, bitter greens, avocado and quinua
Coffee or tea? Coffee.
Other than Asha, you might see me around Sacramento at The Coop, in my front yard on a mission to grow my own veggies or with a laboring mama at a local hospital/birth center (I’m a doula!).
I highly recommend living in another country
I am thankful for opportunities to be raw, real and vulnerable, with loved ones and perfect strangers.
I hope for lots of laugh lines.
I love books, wine, chocolate, travel, sun and my man—preferably all together.
I’m scared of car accidents
Yoga has taught me to breathe.
I am inspired by women, of all ages, those married and single, with big families or four-legged babies, who are following their hearts and spreading the love.
Three words to describe my teaching style are Empowering, Supportive, & Spirited
One of my favorite yoga books is “Heart Yoga: the sacred marriage of yoga & mysticism” by Andrew Harvey & Karuna Erickson
Music you might hear in my class world beats, Little Dragon, Sylvan Esso, Krishna Das, Jai Uttal, Trevor hall and anything soulful!
My yoga experience includes: Years of practice and “learning” yoga in its various asana forms (power, hatha, Anusara, Forrest, Jivamukti), but now it’s evolved to a practice of embodiment, on and off the mat. Formally trained in power yoga (200 hours) and spent my first years as a teacher in a great community of yogis in Lima, Peru. I specialize in prenatal yoga, with over 100 hours of training and a RPYT (registered prenatal yoga teacher) designation by the yoga alliance.