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Coming Up: Puerto Vallarta Retreat

Sept. 28-Oct 5

Create space for new possibility in your life with a week of inspired yoga practices, nourishing gourmet food, and optional excursions at a luxury beach resort in Puerto Vallarta. Through practices of hatha, yin and yoga nidra threaded with yoga philosophy and jungian psychology, you will learn how to listen deeply to yourself. We will begin and end with a sacred circle to set intention followed by a silent meditation under moonlight. This retreat is for people who need a pause from the busyness of everyday life to drop into the space within and connect to what is most meaningful. Return to your life with what you discover.

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Jen is so much more than a yoga teacher. She is a genuine human, with love and compassion for her clients and their pains, bringing heart and soul to her teachings and tailors to both the emotional and physical needs of her clients.During a transitional time, perpetuated by sadness, loss, and severe panic attacks, Jen’s teaching helped guide me to make many life changing decisions. With consistent practice and dedication, I have learned to breathe, to be with my feelings, to meditate 30 minutes daily, and most importantly to know my body. Through her guidance and teachings of yoga philosophy I have not only made positive life changes but I have found myself and a sense of inner peace, and purpose. Private yoga with Jen is a gift!
— Alessandra R.


Our company hired Jen Netherby in early 2014 for one company and then we extended it to our other company in early 2016.  I have seen amazing results!  Our employees are more focused and productive after each class.  I feel it is well worth it to offer these yoga classes and I would recommend it to any other company!  Namaste.

Alexandra Baehler


Jennifer creates an environment that’s comfortable, supportive and welcoming for students at all levels of their yoga practice, from beginners to those who have been taking classes for years. They ensure all their students move deeper into their practice while remaining aware and respectful of their individual limits. I left the class feeling both refreshed and invigorated.

— Daniel Taub


Jen Netherby guides students back to themselves through hatha, restorative and yoga nidra. Her 20-year yoga practice has been a study of moving beyond the stories of mind to reconnect to the sensations of the body for a richer experience of life

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