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Yoga Teacher at YogaWorks Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, and Laguna Beach.

I believe yoga can change your life...Growing up I was overweight, lacked self confidence and had an overall negative self image. I felt awkward and uncomfortable in my own skin, and my general disposition was removed and depressed.  Physically, I was in pain in my upper back neck and shoulders from the years of poor posture caused by my attitude toward life.  When I started exercising on my own, I didn’t understand what a full picture of health looked like and was still disconnected from my body.  I was in my first year of college, and had become addicted to drugs and alcohol in an attempt to deal with the overwhelming feelings I was struggling with.  

I desperately wanted to change it, but had no idea how.

I attended a lecture given by a true health enthusiast as a requirement for my Psychology class. You might not remember this ad campaign, but he was the guy from the Chiquita banana commercials that’s jumping hurdles.

He stressed the importance of stretching and going upside down on a daily basis,

something that wasn’t a part of my routine. The man was 80 years old and radiated health … he could still jump hurdles and run a 6-minute mile. He had students from the class come punch him in the abs while he was flexing to demonstrate how strong he was. Needless to say, it was entertaining yet also inspiring.

One morning on the way to class I saw a flyer for a yoga class. I figured if I went, they would make me stretch and go upside down. Plus, I was living a toxic lifestyle and rationalized that yoga could be a means to a healthier life. I’m not going to lie, I struggled with the shapes and was sweating profusely trying to keep up.  But something unusual happened at the end of the class.

My head got quiet. And I felt calm and peaceful.

It didn’t last long, but I got a little glimpse of what I was looking for.  I continued to stick with it, and pretty soon I started feeling more connected to my body. I noticed that when I participated in drinking or getting high, I didn’t feel the same connection and relief that I felt at the end of that first yoga class. Pretty soon I was practicing yoga every day, so there was no more time to eat junk or or stay out late drinking as I knew I wouldn’t like how I felt the next morning on the mat.  

Yoga slowly changed my life, one day at a time.  

I changed who I would hang out with, I started making healthier decisions, and built a community of like-minded friends who were supportive.

I knew from my experience on my mat, that a challenge was an opportunity for growth.

I could struggle with something in my yoga practice, but If I kept working on it, soon I would develop style and grace, or I would gain a whole new perspective.

I kinda fell into teaching yoga. I was in my third year at San Diego State University, living in Ocean Beach. Some friends encouraged me to start teaching yoga classes to pay my rent for the summer instead of returning home like I was planning. I taught my few guinea pig friends, and posted flyers all over town that a friend made that looked super legit.

A studio owner saw my flyers and asked me to come in for an audition. Soon, I was subbing classes and teaching a Saturday morning yoga class, which I really had no business doing. In fact, I remember one Saturday morning a student asked me how to do Half Moon Pose, and all I could say was, “just watch me.”  I knew deep down that I had to commit to change the way I was living and pursue studying with a master yoga teacher.

After graduating San Diego State University, I started training with Megan Bello from Orange County Yoga Studio.  Soon after, I began an apprenticeship with Anna Delury while regularly taking workshops with Manouso Manos.  The opportunity to study with such knowledgeable Iyengar teachers was priceless and eye-opening.  The Iyengar method made sense to me; it was concrete, focused and effective.

It wasn’t until I was introduced to Vinnie Marino’s class that I realized I could take ideas from my Iyengar foundation and blend my own style of Vinyasa Flow.  

I truly enjoy practicing at home, in fact it was one of the many reasons I started my YouTube channel.   But when I have the opportunity, my favorite teachers to study with are Paul Cabanis,Vinnie MarinoMegan BelloAnna Delury and Manouso Manos.

My YouTube channel, Movement With Tim, was important, because it gave me a way to share yoga and other important exercises with people for free, and give a variety of practices for all types of people.

 

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Full Body Stretch Yoga Class | Gentle Yoga Flow 30:00
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Full Body Stretch Yoga Class | Gentle Yoga Flow

Yoga With Tim

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Sep 16, 2022
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Full Body Stretch Yoga Class | Gentle Yoga Flow
Yoga Gentle All Levels
  • Sep 16, 2022
  • 17K Views
  • 0.9K Likes

A 30-minute full-body gentle yoga class. I hope you dig it!

 

 

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DISCLAIMER:

Please consult your doctor or health care professional before starting this workout. You should stop immediately if you experience pain or discomfort at any time during this workout. By performing these exercises, you do so at your own risk. By using this video, you understand and agree that Tim Senesi Yoga LLC. will not be held responsible or liable for any injury or loss you may suffer as a result of this workout video.

 

 

#easyyoga #gentleyoga #yogaforathletes

Yoga With Tim

Yoga Teacher at YogaWorks Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, and Laguna Beach.

I believe yoga can change your life...Growing up I was overweight, lacked self confidence and had an overall negative self image. I felt awkward and uncomfortable in my own skin, and my general disposition was removed and depressed.  Physically, I was in pain in my upper back neck and shoulders from the years of poor posture caused by my attitude toward life.  When I started exercising on my own, I didn’t understand what a full picture of health looked like and was still disconnected from my body.  I was in my first year of college, and had become addicted to drugs and alcohol in an attempt to deal with the overwhelming feelings I was struggling with.  

I desperately wanted to change it, but had no idea how.

I attended a lecture given by a true health enthusiast as a requirement for my Psychology class. You might not remember this ad campaign, but he was the guy from the Chiquita banana commercials that’s jumping hurdles.

He stressed the importance of stretching and going upside down on a daily basis,

something that wasn’t a part of my routine. The man was 80 years old and radiated health … he could still jump hurdles and run a 6-minute mile. He had students from the class come punch him in the abs while he was flexing to demonstrate how strong he was. Needless to say, it was entertaining yet also inspiring.

One morning on the way to class I saw a flyer for a yoga class. I figured if I went, they would make me stretch and go upside down. Plus, I was living a toxic lifestyle and rationalized that yoga could be a means to a healthier life. I’m not going to lie, I struggled with the shapes and was sweating profusely trying to keep up.  But something unusual happened at the end of the class.

My head got quiet. And I felt calm and peaceful.

It didn’t last long, but I got a little glimpse of what I was looking for.  I continued to stick with it, and pretty soon I started feeling more connected to my body. I noticed that when I participated in drinking or getting high, I didn’t feel the same connection and relief that I felt at the end of that first yoga class. Pretty soon I was practicing yoga every day, so there was no more time to eat junk or or stay out late drinking as I knew I wouldn’t like how I felt the next morning on the mat.  

Yoga slowly changed my life, one day at a time.  

I changed who I would hang out with, I started making healthier decisions, and built a community of like-minded friends who were supportive.

I knew from my experience on my mat, that a challenge was an opportunity for growth.

I could struggle with something in my yoga practice, but If I kept working on it, soon I would develop style and grace, or I would gain a whole new perspective.

I kinda fell into teaching yoga. I was in my third year at San Diego State University, living in Ocean Beach. Some friends encouraged me to start teaching yoga classes to pay my rent for the summer instead of returning home like I was planning. I taught my few guinea pig friends, and posted flyers all over town that a friend made that looked super legit.

A studio owner saw my flyers and asked me to come in for an audition. Soon, I was subbing classes and teaching a Saturday morning yoga class, which I really had no business doing. In fact, I remember one Saturday morning a student asked me how to do Half Moon Pose, and all I could say was, “just watch me.”  I knew deep down that I had to commit to change the way I was living and pursue studying with a master yoga teacher.

After graduating San Diego State University, I started training with Megan Bello from Orange County Yoga Studio.  Soon after, I began an apprenticeship with Anna Delury while regularly taking workshops with Manouso Manos.  The opportunity to study with such knowledgeable Iyengar teachers was priceless and eye-opening.  The Iyengar method made sense to me; it was concrete, focused and effective.

It wasn’t until I was introduced to Vinnie Marino’s class that I realized I could take ideas from my Iyengar foundation and blend my own style of Vinyasa Flow.  

I truly enjoy practicing at home, in fact it was one of the many reasons I started my YouTube channel.   But when I have the opportunity, my favorite teachers to study with are Paul Cabanis,Vinnie MarinoMegan BelloAnna Delury and Manouso Manos.

My YouTube channel, Movement With Tim, was important, because it gave me a way to share yoga and other important exercises with people for free, and give a variety of practices for all types of people.

 

MORNING YOGA WORKOUT | Every Day Practice for Strength & Flexibility 41:15
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MORNING YOGA WORKOUT | Every Day Practice for Strength & Flexibility

Yoga With Tim

23.4K Views
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Sep 05, 2022
All Levels
MORNING YOGA WORKOUT | Every Day Practice for Strength & Flexibility
Yoga Vinyasa All Levels
  • Sep 05, 2022
  • 23.4K Views
  • 1.2K Likes

A morning yoga workout to help you feel your best. An everyday yoga routine to help build amazing strength and flexibility.

 

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DISCLAIMER:

Please consult your doctor or health care professional before starting this workout. You should stop immediately if you experience pain or discomfort at any time during this workout. By performing these exercises, you do so at your own risk. By using this video, you understand and agree that Tim Senesi Yoga LLC. will not be held responsible or liable for any injury or loss you may suffer as a result of this workout video.

 

 

#morningyoga #yogawithtim #yogaworkout

Yoga With Tim

Yoga Teacher at YogaWorks Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, and Laguna Beach.

I believe yoga can change your life...Growing up I was overweight, lacked self confidence and had an overall negative self image. I felt awkward and uncomfortable in my own skin, and my general disposition was removed and depressed.  Physically, I was in pain in my upper back neck and shoulders from the years of poor posture caused by my attitude toward life.  When I started exercising on my own, I didn’t understand what a full picture of health looked like and was still disconnected from my body.  I was in my first year of college, and had become addicted to drugs and alcohol in an attempt to deal with the overwhelming feelings I was struggling with.  

I desperately wanted to change it, but had no idea how.

I attended a lecture given by a true health enthusiast as a requirement for my Psychology class. You might not remember this ad campaign, but he was the guy from the Chiquita banana commercials that’s jumping hurdles.

He stressed the importance of stretching and going upside down on a daily basis,

something that wasn’t a part of my routine. The man was 80 years old and radiated health … he could still jump hurdles and run a 6-minute mile. He had students from the class come punch him in the abs while he was flexing to demonstrate how strong he was. Needless to say, it was entertaining yet also inspiring.

One morning on the way to class I saw a flyer for a yoga class. I figured if I went, they would make me stretch and go upside down. Plus, I was living a toxic lifestyle and rationalized that yoga could be a means to a healthier life. I’m not going to lie, I struggled with the shapes and was sweating profusely trying to keep up.  But something unusual happened at the end of the class.

My head got quiet. And I felt calm and peaceful.

It didn’t last long, but I got a little glimpse of what I was looking for.  I continued to stick with it, and pretty soon I started feeling more connected to my body. I noticed that when I participated in drinking or getting high, I didn’t feel the same connection and relief that I felt at the end of that first yoga class. Pretty soon I was practicing yoga every day, so there was no more time to eat junk or or stay out late drinking as I knew I wouldn’t like how I felt the next morning on the mat.  

Yoga slowly changed my life, one day at a time.  

I changed who I would hang out with, I started making healthier decisions, and built a community of like-minded friends who were supportive.

I knew from my experience on my mat, that a challenge was an opportunity for growth.

I could struggle with something in my yoga practice, but If I kept working on it, soon I would develop style and grace, or I would gain a whole new perspective.

I kinda fell into teaching yoga. I was in my third year at San Diego State University, living in Ocean Beach. Some friends encouraged me to start teaching yoga classes to pay my rent for the summer instead of returning home like I was planning. I taught my few guinea pig friends, and posted flyers all over town that a friend made that looked super legit.

A studio owner saw my flyers and asked me to come in for an audition. Soon, I was subbing classes and teaching a Saturday morning yoga class, which I really had no business doing. In fact, I remember one Saturday morning a student asked me how to do Half Moon Pose, and all I could say was, “just watch me.”  I knew deep down that I had to commit to change the way I was living and pursue studying with a master yoga teacher.

After graduating San Diego State University, I started training with Megan Bello from Orange County Yoga Studio.  Soon after, I began an apprenticeship with Anna Delury while regularly taking workshops with Manouso Manos.  The opportunity to study with such knowledgeable Iyengar teachers was priceless and eye-opening.  The Iyengar method made sense to me; it was concrete, focused and effective.

It wasn’t until I was introduced to Vinnie Marino’s class that I realized I could take ideas from my Iyengar foundation and blend my own style of Vinyasa Flow.  

I truly enjoy practicing at home, in fact it was one of the many reasons I started my YouTube channel.   But when I have the opportunity, my favorite teachers to study with are Paul Cabanis,Vinnie MarinoMegan BelloAnna Delury and Manouso Manos.

My YouTube channel, Movement With Tim, was important, because it gave me a way to share yoga and other important exercises with people for free, and give a variety of practices for all types of people.

 

Vagus Nerve Stimulation | 3 Exercises to Stop Anxiety 12:06
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Vagus Nerve Stimulation | 3 Exercises to Stop Anxiety

Yoga With Tim

9.7K Views
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Sep 03, 2022
All Levels
Vagus Nerve Stimulation | 3 Exercises to Stop Anxiety
Yoga Restorative All Levels
  • Sep 03, 2022
  • 9.7K Views
  • 561 Likes

Do you feel overwhelmed by stress and anxiety? In this video, I show you three exercises to stimulate the vagus nerve to help rewire your brain from anxiety. If you get easily overwhelmed with worry or stuck in depression, these exercises will help to bring you into balance.

 

VIDEO CONTENTS

0:00 Intro to Vagus Nerve & The Polyvagal Theory

0:35 Our Understanding of the Nervous System is Outdated

3:44 First Technique Brahmiri Breathwork Pranayama Beginners Version (without Shanmukhi Mudra)

4:45 Second Technique From Stephen Porges 'The Polyvagal Theory'

7:18 Corny Joke

8:17 Third Technique Viloma Pranayama Breathing Meditation from Yoga

 

Disclaimer: This content is for informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice, or as a substitute for the medical advice of a physician.

 

#vagusnerve #vagaltone #polyvagaltheory

Yoga With Tim

Yoga Teacher at YogaWorks Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, and Laguna Beach.

I believe yoga can change your life...Growing up I was overweight, lacked self confidence and had an overall negative self image. I felt awkward and uncomfortable in my own skin, and my general disposition was removed and depressed.  Physically, I was in pain in my upper back neck and shoulders from the years of poor posture caused by my attitude toward life.  When I started exercising on my own, I didn’t understand what a full picture of health looked like and was still disconnected from my body.  I was in my first year of college, and had become addicted to drugs and alcohol in an attempt to deal with the overwhelming feelings I was struggling with.  

I desperately wanted to change it, but had no idea how.

I attended a lecture given by a true health enthusiast as a requirement for my Psychology class. You might not remember this ad campaign, but he was the guy from the Chiquita banana commercials that’s jumping hurdles.

He stressed the importance of stretching and going upside down on a daily basis,

something that wasn’t a part of my routine. The man was 80 years old and radiated health … he could still jump hurdles and run a 6-minute mile. He had students from the class come punch him in the abs while he was flexing to demonstrate how strong he was. Needless to say, it was entertaining yet also inspiring.

One morning on the way to class I saw a flyer for a yoga class. I figured if I went, they would make me stretch and go upside down. Plus, I was living a toxic lifestyle and rationalized that yoga could be a means to a healthier life. I’m not going to lie, I struggled with the shapes and was sweating profusely trying to keep up.  But something unusual happened at the end of the class.

My head got quiet. And I felt calm and peaceful.

It didn’t last long, but I got a little glimpse of what I was looking for.  I continued to stick with it, and pretty soon I started feeling more connected to my body. I noticed that when I participated in drinking or getting high, I didn’t feel the same connection and relief that I felt at the end of that first yoga class. Pretty soon I was practicing yoga every day, so there was no more time to eat junk or or stay out late drinking as I knew I wouldn’t like how I felt the next morning on the mat.  

Yoga slowly changed my life, one day at a time.  

I changed who I would hang out with, I started making healthier decisions, and built a community of like-minded friends who were supportive.

I knew from my experience on my mat, that a challenge was an opportunity for growth.

I could struggle with something in my yoga practice, but If I kept working on it, soon I would develop style and grace, or I would gain a whole new perspective.

I kinda fell into teaching yoga. I was in my third year at San Diego State University, living in Ocean Beach. Some friends encouraged me to start teaching yoga classes to pay my rent for the summer instead of returning home like I was planning. I taught my few guinea pig friends, and posted flyers all over town that a friend made that looked super legit.

A studio owner saw my flyers and asked me to come in for an audition. Soon, I was subbing classes and teaching a Saturday morning yoga class, which I really had no business doing. In fact, I remember one Saturday morning a student asked me how to do Half Moon Pose, and all I could say was, “just watch me.”  I knew deep down that I had to commit to change the way I was living and pursue studying with a master yoga teacher.

After graduating San Diego State University, I started training with Megan Bello from Orange County Yoga Studio.  Soon after, I began an apprenticeship with Anna Delury while regularly taking workshops with Manouso Manos.  The opportunity to study with such knowledgeable Iyengar teachers was priceless and eye-opening.  The Iyengar method made sense to me; it was concrete, focused and effective.

It wasn’t until I was introduced to Vinnie Marino’s class that I realized I could take ideas from my Iyengar foundation and blend my own style of Vinyasa Flow.  

I truly enjoy practicing at home, in fact it was one of the many reasons I started my YouTube channel.   But when I have the opportunity, my favorite teachers to study with are Paul Cabanis,Vinnie MarinoMegan BelloAnna Delury and Manouso Manos.

My YouTube channel, Movement With Tim, was important, because it gave me a way to share yoga and other important exercises with people for free, and give a variety of practices for all types of people.

 

YOGA WORKOUT | At-Home Full Body Strengthen & Stretch Yoga Flow 35:17
Workout

YOGA WORKOUT | At-Home Full Body Strengthen & Stretch Yoga Flow

Yoga With Tim

33.1K Views
·
Aug 22, 2022
All Levels
YOGA WORKOUT | At-Home Full Body Strengthen & Stretch Yoga Flow
Yoga Workout All Levels
  • Aug 22, 2022
  • 33.1K Views
  • 1.6K Likes

I hope you dig this new 30-Minute Yoga Workout Flow, for full body strength and flexibility.

#yogawithtim #fullbodyflow #yogaworkout

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DISCLAIMER:

Please consult your doctor or health care professional before starting this workout. If you experience pain or discomfort at any time during this workout, you should stop immediately. By performing these exercises, you do so at your own risk. By using this video, you understand and agree that Move With Nicole Pty Ltd will not be held responsible or liable for any injury or loss you may suffer as a result of this workout video.

Yoga With Tim

Yoga Teacher at YogaWorks Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, and Laguna Beach.

I believe yoga can change your life...Growing up I was overweight, lacked self confidence and had an overall negative self image. I felt awkward and uncomfortable in my own skin, and my general disposition was removed and depressed.  Physically, I was in pain in my upper back neck and shoulders from the years of poor posture caused by my attitude toward life.  When I started exercising on my own, I didn’t understand what a full picture of health looked like and was still disconnected from my body.  I was in my first year of college, and had become addicted to drugs and alcohol in an attempt to deal with the overwhelming feelings I was struggling with.  

I desperately wanted to change it, but had no idea how.

I attended a lecture given by a true health enthusiast as a requirement for my Psychology class. You might not remember this ad campaign, but he was the guy from the Chiquita banana commercials that’s jumping hurdles.

He stressed the importance of stretching and going upside down on a daily basis,

something that wasn’t a part of my routine. The man was 80 years old and radiated health … he could still jump hurdles and run a 6-minute mile. He had students from the class come punch him in the abs while he was flexing to demonstrate how strong he was. Needless to say, it was entertaining yet also inspiring.

One morning on the way to class I saw a flyer for a yoga class. I figured if I went, they would make me stretch and go upside down. Plus, I was living a toxic lifestyle and rationalized that yoga could be a means to a healthier life. I’m not going to lie, I struggled with the shapes and was sweating profusely trying to keep up.  But something unusual happened at the end of the class.

My head got quiet. And I felt calm and peaceful.

It didn’t last long, but I got a little glimpse of what I was looking for.  I continued to stick with it, and pretty soon I started feeling more connected to my body. I noticed that when I participated in drinking or getting high, I didn’t feel the same connection and relief that I felt at the end of that first yoga class. Pretty soon I was practicing yoga every day, so there was no more time to eat junk or or stay out late drinking as I knew I wouldn’t like how I felt the next morning on the mat.  

Yoga slowly changed my life, one day at a time.  

I changed who I would hang out with, I started making healthier decisions, and built a community of like-minded friends who were supportive.

I knew from my experience on my mat, that a challenge was an opportunity for growth.

I could struggle with something in my yoga practice, but If I kept working on it, soon I would develop style and grace, or I would gain a whole new perspective.

I kinda fell into teaching yoga. I was in my third year at San Diego State University, living in Ocean Beach. Some friends encouraged me to start teaching yoga classes to pay my rent for the summer instead of returning home like I was planning. I taught my few guinea pig friends, and posted flyers all over town that a friend made that looked super legit.

A studio owner saw my flyers and asked me to come in for an audition. Soon, I was subbing classes and teaching a Saturday morning yoga class, which I really had no business doing. In fact, I remember one Saturday morning a student asked me how to do Half Moon Pose, and all I could say was, “just watch me.”  I knew deep down that I had to commit to change the way I was living and pursue studying with a master yoga teacher.

After graduating San Diego State University, I started training with Megan Bello from Orange County Yoga Studio.  Soon after, I began an apprenticeship with Anna Delury while regularly taking workshops with Manouso Manos.  The opportunity to study with such knowledgeable Iyengar teachers was priceless and eye-opening.  The Iyengar method made sense to me; it was concrete, focused and effective.

It wasn’t until I was introduced to Vinnie Marino’s class that I realized I could take ideas from my Iyengar foundation and blend my own style of Vinyasa Flow.  

I truly enjoy practicing at home, in fact it was one of the many reasons I started my YouTube channel.   But when I have the opportunity, my favorite teachers to study with are Paul Cabanis,Vinnie MarinoMegan BelloAnna Delury and Manouso Manos.

My YouTube channel, Movement With Tim, was important, because it gave me a way to share yoga and other important exercises with people for free, and give a variety of practices for all types of people.

 

FULL BODY YOGA WORKOUT || Full Body Stretch & Strengthen 42:15
Workout

FULL BODY YOGA WORKOUT || Full Body Stretch & Strengthen

Yoga With Tim

32.6K Views
·
Aug 15, 2022
All Levels
FULL BODY YOGA WORKOUT || Full Body Stretch & Strengthen
Yoga Workout All Levels
  • Aug 15, 2022
  • 32.6K Views
  • 1.4K Likes

I hope you dig this new 40 Minute Full Body Yoga Workout, for full body strength and flexibility.

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DISCLAIMER:

Please consult your doctor or health care professional before starting this workout. If you experience pain or discomfort at any time during this workout, you should stop immediately. By performing these exercises, you do so at your own risk. By using this video, you understand and agree that Move With Nicole Pty Ltd will not be held responsible or liable for any injury or loss you may suffer as a result of this workout video.

 

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Yoga With Tim

Yoga Teacher at YogaWorks Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, and Laguna Beach.

I believe yoga can change your life...Growing up I was overweight, lacked self confidence and had an overall negative self image. I felt awkward and uncomfortable in my own skin, and my general disposition was removed and depressed.  Physically, I was in pain in my upper back neck and shoulders from the years of poor posture caused by my attitude toward life.  When I started exercising on my own, I didn’t understand what a full picture of health looked like and was still disconnected from my body.  I was in my first year of college, and had become addicted to drugs and alcohol in an attempt to deal with the overwhelming feelings I was struggling with.  

I desperately wanted to change it, but had no idea how.

I attended a lecture given by a true health enthusiast as a requirement for my Psychology class. You might not remember this ad campaign, but he was the guy from the Chiquita banana commercials that’s jumping hurdles.

He stressed the importance of stretching and going upside down on a daily basis,

something that wasn’t a part of my routine. The man was 80 years old and radiated health … he could still jump hurdles and run a 6-minute mile. He had students from the class come punch him in the abs while he was flexing to demonstrate how strong he was. Needless to say, it was entertaining yet also inspiring.

One morning on the way to class I saw a flyer for a yoga class. I figured if I went, they would make me stretch and go upside down. Plus, I was living a toxic lifestyle and rationalized that yoga could be a means to a healthier life. I’m not going to lie, I struggled with the shapes and was sweating profusely trying to keep up.  But something unusual happened at the end of the class.

My head got quiet. And I felt calm and peaceful.

It didn’t last long, but I got a little glimpse of what I was looking for.  I continued to stick with it, and pretty soon I started feeling more connected to my body. I noticed that when I participated in drinking or getting high, I didn’t feel the same connection and relief that I felt at the end of that first yoga class. Pretty soon I was practicing yoga every day, so there was no more time to eat junk or or stay out late drinking as I knew I wouldn’t like how I felt the next morning on the mat.  

Yoga slowly changed my life, one day at a time.  

I changed who I would hang out with, I started making healthier decisions, and built a community of like-minded friends who were supportive.

I knew from my experience on my mat, that a challenge was an opportunity for growth.

I could struggle with something in my yoga practice, but If I kept working on it, soon I would develop style and grace, or I would gain a whole new perspective.

I kinda fell into teaching yoga. I was in my third year at San Diego State University, living in Ocean Beach. Some friends encouraged me to start teaching yoga classes to pay my rent for the summer instead of returning home like I was planning. I taught my few guinea pig friends, and posted flyers all over town that a friend made that looked super legit.

A studio owner saw my flyers and asked me to come in for an audition. Soon, I was subbing classes and teaching a Saturday morning yoga class, which I really had no business doing. In fact, I remember one Saturday morning a student asked me how to do Half Moon Pose, and all I could say was, “just watch me.”  I knew deep down that I had to commit to change the way I was living and pursue studying with a master yoga teacher.

After graduating San Diego State University, I started training with Megan Bello from Orange County Yoga Studio.  Soon after, I began an apprenticeship with Anna Delury while regularly taking workshops with Manouso Manos.  The opportunity to study with such knowledgeable Iyengar teachers was priceless and eye-opening.  The Iyengar method made sense to me; it was concrete, focused and effective.

It wasn’t until I was introduced to Vinnie Marino’s class that I realized I could take ideas from my Iyengar foundation and blend my own style of Vinyasa Flow.  

I truly enjoy practicing at home, in fact it was one of the many reasons I started my YouTube channel.   But when I have the opportunity, my favorite teachers to study with are Paul Cabanis,Vinnie MarinoMegan BelloAnna Delury and Manouso Manos.

My YouTube channel, Movement With Tim, was important, because it gave me a way to share yoga and other important exercises with people for free, and give a variety of practices for all types of people.

 

Warm-Up You NEED before EVERY RUN 8:24
Workout

Warm-Up You NEED before EVERY RUN

Yoga With Tim

8.7K Views
·
Aug 08, 2022
All Levels
Warm-Up You NEED before EVERY RUN
Fitness Workout All Levels
  • Aug 08, 2022
  • 8.7K Views
  • 453 Likes

How to warm up before running. A 5-minute dynamic warm-up to get your body ready to ready to run and keep running pain-free. Studies show that a dynamic warm-up is an ideal way to prepare the muscles and joints for running. Try this simple routine before your next run and let me know how it goes.

 

#yogawithtim #yogaflow #morningyoga

Yoga With Tim

Yoga Teacher at YogaWorks Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, and Laguna Beach.

I believe yoga can change your life...Growing up I was overweight, lacked self confidence and had an overall negative self image. I felt awkward and uncomfortable in my own skin, and my general disposition was removed and depressed.  Physically, I was in pain in my upper back neck and shoulders from the years of poor posture caused by my attitude toward life.  When I started exercising on my own, I didn’t understand what a full picture of health looked like and was still disconnected from my body.  I was in my first year of college, and had become addicted to drugs and alcohol in an attempt to deal with the overwhelming feelings I was struggling with.  

I desperately wanted to change it, but had no idea how.

I attended a lecture given by a true health enthusiast as a requirement for my Psychology class. You might not remember this ad campaign, but he was the guy from the Chiquita banana commercials that’s jumping hurdles.

He stressed the importance of stretching and going upside down on a daily basis,

something that wasn’t a part of my routine. The man was 80 years old and radiated health … he could still jump hurdles and run a 6-minute mile. He had students from the class come punch him in the abs while he was flexing to demonstrate how strong he was. Needless to say, it was entertaining yet also inspiring.

One morning on the way to class I saw a flyer for a yoga class. I figured if I went, they would make me stretch and go upside down. Plus, I was living a toxic lifestyle and rationalized that yoga could be a means to a healthier life. I’m not going to lie, I struggled with the shapes and was sweating profusely trying to keep up.  But something unusual happened at the end of the class.

My head got quiet. And I felt calm and peaceful.

It didn’t last long, but I got a little glimpse of what I was looking for.  I continued to stick with it, and pretty soon I started feeling more connected to my body. I noticed that when I participated in drinking or getting high, I didn’t feel the same connection and relief that I felt at the end of that first yoga class. Pretty soon I was practicing yoga every day, so there was no more time to eat junk or or stay out late drinking as I knew I wouldn’t like how I felt the next morning on the mat.  

Yoga slowly changed my life, one day at a time.  

I changed who I would hang out with, I started making healthier decisions, and built a community of like-minded friends who were supportive.

I knew from my experience on my mat, that a challenge was an opportunity for growth.

I could struggle with something in my yoga practice, but If I kept working on it, soon I would develop style and grace, or I would gain a whole new perspective.

I kinda fell into teaching yoga. I was in my third year at San Diego State University, living in Ocean Beach. Some friends encouraged me to start teaching yoga classes to pay my rent for the summer instead of returning home like I was planning. I taught my few guinea pig friends, and posted flyers all over town that a friend made that looked super legit.

A studio owner saw my flyers and asked me to come in for an audition. Soon, I was subbing classes and teaching a Saturday morning yoga class, which I really had no business doing. In fact, I remember one Saturday morning a student asked me how to do Half Moon Pose, and all I could say was, “just watch me.”  I knew deep down that I had to commit to change the way I was living and pursue studying with a master yoga teacher.

After graduating San Diego State University, I started training with Megan Bello from Orange County Yoga Studio.  Soon after, I began an apprenticeship with Anna Delury while regularly taking workshops with Manouso Manos.  The opportunity to study with such knowledgeable Iyengar teachers was priceless and eye-opening.  The Iyengar method made sense to me; it was concrete, focused and effective.

It wasn’t until I was introduced to Vinnie Marino’s class that I realized I could take ideas from my Iyengar foundation and blend my own style of Vinyasa Flow.  

I truly enjoy practicing at home, in fact it was one of the many reasons I started my YouTube channel.   But when I have the opportunity, my favorite teachers to study with are Paul Cabanis,Vinnie MarinoMegan BelloAnna Delury and Manouso Manos.

My YouTube channel, Movement With Tim, was important, because it gave me a way to share yoga and other important exercises with people for free, and give a variety of practices for all types of people.

 

Morning Yoga Energy Flow | Full Body Vinyasa Yoga Workout 32:13
Workout

Morning Yoga Energy Flow | Full Body Vinyasa Yoga Workout

Yoga With Tim

37.7K Views
·
Jul 25, 2022
All Levels
Morning Yoga Energy Flow | Full Body Vinyasa Yoga Workout
Yoga Vinyasa All Levels
  • Jul 25, 2022
  • 37.7K Views
  • 1.9K Likes

A 30 min full body flow for ENERGY. Life force energy or Prana can be channeled mindfully through the body by practicing with awareness and skill. In today's morning yoga flow class, I'll guide you through a full body sequence designed to help increase the flow of Prana in the body, while building strength and flexibility.

Yoga With Tim

Yoga Teacher at YogaWorks Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, and Laguna Beach.

I believe yoga can change your life...Growing up I was overweight, lacked self confidence and had an overall negative self image. I felt awkward and uncomfortable in my own skin, and my general disposition was removed and depressed.  Physically, I was in pain in my upper back neck and shoulders from the years of poor posture caused by my attitude toward life.  When I started exercising on my own, I didn’t understand what a full picture of health looked like and was still disconnected from my body.  I was in my first year of college, and had become addicted to drugs and alcohol in an attempt to deal with the overwhelming feelings I was struggling with.  

I desperately wanted to change it, but had no idea how.

I attended a lecture given by a true health enthusiast as a requirement for my Psychology class. You might not remember this ad campaign, but he was the guy from the Chiquita banana commercials that’s jumping hurdles.

He stressed the importance of stretching and going upside down on a daily basis,

something that wasn’t a part of my routine. The man was 80 years old and radiated health … he could still jump hurdles and run a 6-minute mile. He had students from the class come punch him in the abs while he was flexing to demonstrate how strong he was. Needless to say, it was entertaining yet also inspiring.

One morning on the way to class I saw a flyer for a yoga class. I figured if I went, they would make me stretch and go upside down. Plus, I was living a toxic lifestyle and rationalized that yoga could be a means to a healthier life. I’m not going to lie, I struggled with the shapes and was sweating profusely trying to keep up.  But something unusual happened at the end of the class.

My head got quiet. And I felt calm and peaceful.

It didn’t last long, but I got a little glimpse of what I was looking for.  I continued to stick with it, and pretty soon I started feeling more connected to my body. I noticed that when I participated in drinking or getting high, I didn’t feel the same connection and relief that I felt at the end of that first yoga class. Pretty soon I was practicing yoga every day, so there was no more time to eat junk or or stay out late drinking as I knew I wouldn’t like how I felt the next morning on the mat.  

Yoga slowly changed my life, one day at a time.  

I changed who I would hang out with, I started making healthier decisions, and built a community of like-minded friends who were supportive.

I knew from my experience on my mat, that a challenge was an opportunity for growth.

I could struggle with something in my yoga practice, but If I kept working on it, soon I would develop style and grace, or I would gain a whole new perspective.

I kinda fell into teaching yoga. I was in my third year at San Diego State University, living in Ocean Beach. Some friends encouraged me to start teaching yoga classes to pay my rent for the summer instead of returning home like I was planning. I taught my few guinea pig friends, and posted flyers all over town that a friend made that looked super legit.

A studio owner saw my flyers and asked me to come in for an audition. Soon, I was subbing classes and teaching a Saturday morning yoga class, which I really had no business doing. In fact, I remember one Saturday morning a student asked me how to do Half Moon Pose, and all I could say was, “just watch me.”  I knew deep down that I had to commit to change the way I was living and pursue studying with a master yoga teacher.

After graduating San Diego State University, I started training with Megan Bello from Orange County Yoga Studio.  Soon after, I began an apprenticeship with Anna Delury while regularly taking workshops with Manouso Manos.  The opportunity to study with such knowledgeable Iyengar teachers was priceless and eye-opening.  The Iyengar method made sense to me; it was concrete, focused and effective.

It wasn’t until I was introduced to Vinnie Marino’s class that I realized I could take ideas from my Iyengar foundation and blend my own style of Vinyasa Flow.  

I truly enjoy practicing at home, in fact it was one of the many reasons I started my YouTube channel.   But when I have the opportunity, my favorite teachers to study with are Paul Cabanis,Vinnie MarinoMegan BelloAnna Delury and Manouso Manos.

My YouTube channel, Movement With Tim, was important, because it gave me a way to share yoga and other important exercises with people for free, and give a variety of practices for all types of people.

 

Full Body Vinyasa Flow Yoga Workout Class 44:49
Workout

Full Body Vinyasa Flow Yoga Workout Class

Yoga With Tim

23.4K Views
·
Jul 10, 2022
All Levels
Full Body Vinyasa Flow Yoga Workout Class
Yoga Vinyasa All Levels
  • Jul 10, 2022
  • 23.4K Views
  • 1.4K Likes

This is a 40-minute Yoga With Tim well sweaty & strong vinyasa flow yoga workout class. This power yoga flow has a focus on core, balance, and upper body strength.

Yoga With Tim

Yoga Teacher at YogaWorks Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, and Laguna Beach.

I believe yoga can change your life...Growing up I was overweight, lacked self confidence and had an overall negative self image. I felt awkward and uncomfortable in my own skin, and my general disposition was removed and depressed.  Physically, I was in pain in my upper back neck and shoulders from the years of poor posture caused by my attitude toward life.  When I started exercising on my own, I didn’t understand what a full picture of health looked like and was still disconnected from my body.  I was in my first year of college, and had become addicted to drugs and alcohol in an attempt to deal with the overwhelming feelings I was struggling with.  

I desperately wanted to change it, but had no idea how.

I attended a lecture given by a true health enthusiast as a requirement for my Psychology class. You might not remember this ad campaign, but he was the guy from the Chiquita banana commercials that’s jumping hurdles.

He stressed the importance of stretching and going upside down on a daily basis,

something that wasn’t a part of my routine. The man was 80 years old and radiated health … he could still jump hurdles and run a 6-minute mile. He had students from the class come punch him in the abs while he was flexing to demonstrate how strong he was. Needless to say, it was entertaining yet also inspiring.

One morning on the way to class I saw a flyer for a yoga class. I figured if I went, they would make me stretch and go upside down. Plus, I was living a toxic lifestyle and rationalized that yoga could be a means to a healthier life. I’m not going to lie, I struggled with the shapes and was sweating profusely trying to keep up.  But something unusual happened at the end of the class.

My head got quiet. And I felt calm and peaceful.

It didn’t last long, but I got a little glimpse of what I was looking for.  I continued to stick with it, and pretty soon I started feeling more connected to my body. I noticed that when I participated in drinking or getting high, I didn’t feel the same connection and relief that I felt at the end of that first yoga class. Pretty soon I was practicing yoga every day, so there was no more time to eat junk or or stay out late drinking as I knew I wouldn’t like how I felt the next morning on the mat.  

Yoga slowly changed my life, one day at a time.  

I changed who I would hang out with, I started making healthier decisions, and built a community of like-minded friends who were supportive.

I knew from my experience on my mat, that a challenge was an opportunity for growth.

I could struggle with something in my yoga practice, but If I kept working on it, soon I would develop style and grace, or I would gain a whole new perspective.

I kinda fell into teaching yoga. I was in my third year at San Diego State University, living in Ocean Beach. Some friends encouraged me to start teaching yoga classes to pay my rent for the summer instead of returning home like I was planning. I taught my few guinea pig friends, and posted flyers all over town that a friend made that looked super legit.

A studio owner saw my flyers and asked me to come in for an audition. Soon, I was subbing classes and teaching a Saturday morning yoga class, which I really had no business doing. In fact, I remember one Saturday morning a student asked me how to do Half Moon Pose, and all I could say was, “just watch me.”  I knew deep down that I had to commit to change the way I was living and pursue studying with a master yoga teacher.

After graduating San Diego State University, I started training with Megan Bello from Orange County Yoga Studio.  Soon after, I began an apprenticeship with Anna Delury while regularly taking workshops with Manouso Manos.  The opportunity to study with such knowledgeable Iyengar teachers was priceless and eye-opening.  The Iyengar method made sense to me; it was concrete, focused and effective.

It wasn’t until I was introduced to Vinnie Marino’s class that I realized I could take ideas from my Iyengar foundation and blend my own style of Vinyasa Flow.  

I truly enjoy practicing at home, in fact it was one of the many reasons I started my YouTube channel.   But when I have the opportunity, my favorite teachers to study with are Paul Cabanis,Vinnie MarinoMegan BelloAnna Delury and Manouso Manos.

My YouTube channel, Movement With Tim, was important, because it gave me a way to share yoga and other important exercises with people for free, and give a variety of practices for all types of people.

 

Well Rounded & Strong Vinyasa Yoga Flow 40:24
Workout

Well Rounded & Strong Vinyasa Yoga Flow

Yoga With Tim

30.1K Views
·
Jul 04, 2022
All Levels
Well Rounded & Strong Vinyasa Yoga Flow
Yoga Restorative All Levels
  • Jul 04, 2022
  • 30.1K Views
  • 2.4K Likes

This is a 40-minute Yoga With Tim well rounded & strong vinyasa yoga flow class to help you feel your best. This class has a balance of strengthening and energizing poses, along with deep breathing and stretches to help open the right muscles and calm and soothe the nervous system.

Yoga With Tim

Yoga Teacher at YogaWorks Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, and Laguna Beach.

I believe yoga can change your life...Growing up I was overweight, lacked self confidence and had an overall negative self image. I felt awkward and uncomfortable in my own skin, and my general disposition was removed and depressed.  Physically, I was in pain in my upper back neck and shoulders from the years of poor posture caused by my attitude toward life.  When I started exercising on my own, I didn’t understand what a full picture of health looked like and was still disconnected from my body.  I was in my first year of college, and had become addicted to drugs and alcohol in an attempt to deal with the overwhelming feelings I was struggling with.  

I desperately wanted to change it, but had no idea how.

I attended a lecture given by a true health enthusiast as a requirement for my Psychology class. You might not remember this ad campaign, but he was the guy from the Chiquita banana commercials that’s jumping hurdles.

He stressed the importance of stretching and going upside down on a daily basis,

something that wasn’t a part of my routine. The man was 80 years old and radiated health … he could still jump hurdles and run a 6-minute mile. He had students from the class come punch him in the abs while he was flexing to demonstrate how strong he was. Needless to say, it was entertaining yet also inspiring.

One morning on the way to class I saw a flyer for a yoga class. I figured if I went, they would make me stretch and go upside down. Plus, I was living a toxic lifestyle and rationalized that yoga could be a means to a healthier life. I’m not going to lie, I struggled with the shapes and was sweating profusely trying to keep up.  But something unusual happened at the end of the class.

My head got quiet. And I felt calm and peaceful.

It didn’t last long, but I got a little glimpse of what I was looking for.  I continued to stick with it, and pretty soon I started feeling more connected to my body. I noticed that when I participated in drinking or getting high, I didn’t feel the same connection and relief that I felt at the end of that first yoga class. Pretty soon I was practicing yoga every day, so there was no more time to eat junk or or stay out late drinking as I knew I wouldn’t like how I felt the next morning on the mat.  

Yoga slowly changed my life, one day at a time.  

I changed who I would hang out with, I started making healthier decisions, and built a community of like-minded friends who were supportive.

I knew from my experience on my mat, that a challenge was an opportunity for growth.

I could struggle with something in my yoga practice, but If I kept working on it, soon I would develop style and grace, or I would gain a whole new perspective.

I kinda fell into teaching yoga. I was in my third year at San Diego State University, living in Ocean Beach. Some friends encouraged me to start teaching yoga classes to pay my rent for the summer instead of returning home like I was planning. I taught my few guinea pig friends, and posted flyers all over town that a friend made that looked super legit.

A studio owner saw my flyers and asked me to come in for an audition. Soon, I was subbing classes and teaching a Saturday morning yoga class, which I really had no business doing. In fact, I remember one Saturday morning a student asked me how to do Half Moon Pose, and all I could say was, “just watch me.”  I knew deep down that I had to commit to change the way I was living and pursue studying with a master yoga teacher.

After graduating San Diego State University, I started training with Megan Bello from Orange County Yoga Studio.  Soon after, I began an apprenticeship with Anna Delury while regularly taking workshops with Manouso Manos.  The opportunity to study with such knowledgeable Iyengar teachers was priceless and eye-opening.  The Iyengar method made sense to me; it was concrete, focused and effective.

It wasn’t until I was introduced to Vinnie Marino’s class that I realized I could take ideas from my Iyengar foundation and blend my own style of Vinyasa Flow.  

I truly enjoy practicing at home, in fact it was one of the many reasons I started my YouTube channel.   But when I have the opportunity, my favorite teachers to study with are Paul Cabanis,Vinnie MarinoMegan BelloAnna Delury and Manouso Manos.

My YouTube channel, Movement With Tim, was important, because it gave me a way to share yoga and other important exercises with people for free, and give a variety of practices for all types of people.

 

Power Yoga for Strength & Flexibility Vinyasa Flow Class 37:55
Workout

Power Yoga for Strength & Flexibility Vinyasa Flow Class

Yoga With Tim

27.2K Views
·
Jun 27, 2022
Intermediate
Power Yoga for Strength & Flexibility Vinyasa Flow Class
Yoga Power Intermediate
  • Jun 27, 2022
  • 27.2K Views
  • 1.6K Likes

A creative, challenging, and sweaty power yoga flow that will help you build strength and flexibility. This 35 Minute morning yoga workout introduces strength and flexibility exercises unlike any you've seen in yoga. These movement patterns are foundational and will help to improve your strength and mobility.

Yoga With Tim

Yoga Teacher at YogaWorks Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, and Laguna Beach.

I believe yoga can change your life...Growing up I was overweight, lacked self confidence and had an overall negative self image. I felt awkward and uncomfortable in my own skin, and my general disposition was removed and depressed.  Physically, I was in pain in my upper back neck and shoulders from the years of poor posture caused by my attitude toward life.  When I started exercising on my own, I didn’t understand what a full picture of health looked like and was still disconnected from my body.  I was in my first year of college, and had become addicted to drugs and alcohol in an attempt to deal with the overwhelming feelings I was struggling with.  

I desperately wanted to change it, but had no idea how.

I attended a lecture given by a true health enthusiast as a requirement for my Psychology class. You might not remember this ad campaign, but he was the guy from the Chiquita banana commercials that’s jumping hurdles.

He stressed the importance of stretching and going upside down on a daily basis,

something that wasn’t a part of my routine. The man was 80 years old and radiated health … he could still jump hurdles and run a 6-minute mile. He had students from the class come punch him in the abs while he was flexing to demonstrate how strong he was. Needless to say, it was entertaining yet also inspiring.

One morning on the way to class I saw a flyer for a yoga class. I figured if I went, they would make me stretch and go upside down. Plus, I was living a toxic lifestyle and rationalized that yoga could be a means to a healthier life. I’m not going to lie, I struggled with the shapes and was sweating profusely trying to keep up.  But something unusual happened at the end of the class.

My head got quiet. And I felt calm and peaceful.

It didn’t last long, but I got a little glimpse of what I was looking for.  I continued to stick with it, and pretty soon I started feeling more connected to my body. I noticed that when I participated in drinking or getting high, I didn’t feel the same connection and relief that I felt at the end of that first yoga class. Pretty soon I was practicing yoga every day, so there was no more time to eat junk or or stay out late drinking as I knew I wouldn’t like how I felt the next morning on the mat.  

Yoga slowly changed my life, one day at a time.  

I changed who I would hang out with, I started making healthier decisions, and built a community of like-minded friends who were supportive.

I knew from my experience on my mat, that a challenge was an opportunity for growth.

I could struggle with something in my yoga practice, but If I kept working on it, soon I would develop style and grace, or I would gain a whole new perspective.

I kinda fell into teaching yoga. I was in my third year at San Diego State University, living in Ocean Beach. Some friends encouraged me to start teaching yoga classes to pay my rent for the summer instead of returning home like I was planning. I taught my few guinea pig friends, and posted flyers all over town that a friend made that looked super legit.

A studio owner saw my flyers and asked me to come in for an audition. Soon, I was subbing classes and teaching a Saturday morning yoga class, which I really had no business doing. In fact, I remember one Saturday morning a student asked me how to do Half Moon Pose, and all I could say was, “just watch me.”  I knew deep down that I had to commit to change the way I was living and pursue studying with a master yoga teacher.

After graduating San Diego State University, I started training with Megan Bello from Orange County Yoga Studio.  Soon after, I began an apprenticeship with Anna Delury while regularly taking workshops with Manouso Manos.  The opportunity to study with such knowledgeable Iyengar teachers was priceless and eye-opening.  The Iyengar method made sense to me; it was concrete, focused and effective.

It wasn’t until I was introduced to Vinnie Marino’s class that I realized I could take ideas from my Iyengar foundation and blend my own style of Vinyasa Flow.  

I truly enjoy practicing at home, in fact it was one of the many reasons I started my YouTube channel.   But when I have the opportunity, my favorite teachers to study with are Paul Cabanis,Vinnie MarinoMegan BelloAnna Delury and Manouso Manos.

My YouTube channel, Movement With Tim, was important, because it gave me a way to share yoga and other important exercises with people for free, and give a variety of practices for all types of people.

 

Pranayama Breathwork Meditation for Deep Calm, Relaxation, & Restoration 11:26
Workout

Pranayama Breathwork Meditation for Deep Calm, Relaxation, & Restoration

Yoga With Tim

9.2K Views
·
Jun 19, 2022
All Levels
Pranayama Breathwork Meditation for Deep Calm, Relaxation, & Restoration
Yoga Restorative All Levels
  • Jun 19, 2022
  • 9.2K Views
  • 602 Likes

Pranayama is thought to be a higher or more advanced and subtle form of yoga than just the physical postures. It requires a firm foundation in the asana practice and a keen student is interested in more than just the facade. I invite you to deepen your practice with me in this class,

Yoga With Tim

Yoga Teacher at YogaWorks Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, and Laguna Beach.

I believe yoga can change your life...Growing up I was overweight, lacked self confidence and had an overall negative self image. I felt awkward and uncomfortable in my own skin, and my general disposition was removed and depressed.  Physically, I was in pain in my upper back neck and shoulders from the years of poor posture caused by my attitude toward life.  When I started exercising on my own, I didn’t understand what a full picture of health looked like and was still disconnected from my body.  I was in my first year of college, and had become addicted to drugs and alcohol in an attempt to deal with the overwhelming feelings I was struggling with.  

I desperately wanted to change it, but had no idea how.

I attended a lecture given by a true health enthusiast as a requirement for my Psychology class. You might not remember this ad campaign, but he was the guy from the Chiquita banana commercials that’s jumping hurdles.

He stressed the importance of stretching and going upside down on a daily basis,

something that wasn’t a part of my routine. The man was 80 years old and radiated health … he could still jump hurdles and run a 6-minute mile. He had students from the class come punch him in the abs while he was flexing to demonstrate how strong he was. Needless to say, it was entertaining yet also inspiring.

One morning on the way to class I saw a flyer for a yoga class. I figured if I went, they would make me stretch and go upside down. Plus, I was living a toxic lifestyle and rationalized that yoga could be a means to a healthier life. I’m not going to lie, I struggled with the shapes and was sweating profusely trying to keep up.  But something unusual happened at the end of the class.

My head got quiet. And I felt calm and peaceful.

It didn’t last long, but I got a little glimpse of what I was looking for.  I continued to stick with it, and pretty soon I started feeling more connected to my body. I noticed that when I participated in drinking or getting high, I didn’t feel the same connection and relief that I felt at the end of that first yoga class. Pretty soon I was practicing yoga every day, so there was no more time to eat junk or or stay out late drinking as I knew I wouldn’t like how I felt the next morning on the mat.  

Yoga slowly changed my life, one day at a time.  

I changed who I would hang out with, I started making healthier decisions, and built a community of like-minded friends who were supportive.

I knew from my experience on my mat, that a challenge was an opportunity for growth.

I could struggle with something in my yoga practice, but If I kept working on it, soon I would develop style and grace, or I would gain a whole new perspective.

I kinda fell into teaching yoga. I was in my third year at San Diego State University, living in Ocean Beach. Some friends encouraged me to start teaching yoga classes to pay my rent for the summer instead of returning home like I was planning. I taught my few guinea pig friends, and posted flyers all over town that a friend made that looked super legit.

A studio owner saw my flyers and asked me to come in for an audition. Soon, I was subbing classes and teaching a Saturday morning yoga class, which I really had no business doing. In fact, I remember one Saturday morning a student asked me how to do Half Moon Pose, and all I could say was, “just watch me.”  I knew deep down that I had to commit to change the way I was living and pursue studying with a master yoga teacher.

After graduating San Diego State University, I started training with Megan Bello from Orange County Yoga Studio.  Soon after, I began an apprenticeship with Anna Delury while regularly taking workshops with Manouso Manos.  The opportunity to study with such knowledgeable Iyengar teachers was priceless and eye-opening.  The Iyengar method made sense to me; it was concrete, focused and effective.

It wasn’t until I was introduced to Vinnie Marino’s class that I realized I could take ideas from my Iyengar foundation and blend my own style of Vinyasa Flow.  

I truly enjoy practicing at home, in fact it was one of the many reasons I started my YouTube channel.   But when I have the opportunity, my favorite teachers to study with are Paul Cabanis,Vinnie MarinoMegan BelloAnna Delury and Manouso Manos.

My YouTube channel, Movement With Tim, was important, because it gave me a way to share yoga and other important exercises with people for free, and give a variety of practices for all types of people.

 

Full Body Stretch Routine For Flexibility, Mobility, & Relaxation 30:32
Workout

Full Body Stretch Routine For Flexibility, Mobility, & Relaxation

Yoga With Tim

31.5K Views
·
Jun 18, 2022
All Levels
Full Body Stretch Routine For Flexibility, Mobility, & Relaxation
Yoga Vinyasa All Levels
  • Jun 18, 2022
  • 31.5K Views
  • 1.6K Likes

A 30 Minute Full Body Stretch Routine. This class targets all the major body parts and areas of tension to help the body relax and progressively become more flexible.

 

Connect with me on

Instagram: @TimSenesiYoga

Facebook: Tim Senesi Yoga

 

#fullbodystretch #morningyoga #yogaforflexibility

Yoga With Tim

Yoga Teacher at YogaWorks Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, and Laguna Beach.

I believe yoga can change your life...Growing up I was overweight, lacked self confidence and had an overall negative self image. I felt awkward and uncomfortable in my own skin, and my general disposition was removed and depressed.  Physically, I was in pain in my upper back neck and shoulders from the years of poor posture caused by my attitude toward life.  When I started exercising on my own, I didn’t understand what a full picture of health looked like and was still disconnected from my body.  I was in my first year of college, and had become addicted to drugs and alcohol in an attempt to deal with the overwhelming feelings I was struggling with.  

I desperately wanted to change it, but had no idea how.

I attended a lecture given by a true health enthusiast as a requirement for my Psychology class. You might not remember this ad campaign, but he was the guy from the Chiquita banana commercials that’s jumping hurdles.

He stressed the importance of stretching and going upside down on a daily basis,

something that wasn’t a part of my routine. The man was 80 years old and radiated health … he could still jump hurdles and run a 6-minute mile. He had students from the class come punch him in the abs while he was flexing to demonstrate how strong he was. Needless to say, it was entertaining yet also inspiring.

One morning on the way to class I saw a flyer for a yoga class. I figured if I went, they would make me stretch and go upside down. Plus, I was living a toxic lifestyle and rationalized that yoga could be a means to a healthier life. I’m not going to lie, I struggled with the shapes and was sweating profusely trying to keep up.  But something unusual happened at the end of the class.

My head got quiet. And I felt calm and peaceful.

It didn’t last long, but I got a little glimpse of what I was looking for.  I continued to stick with it, and pretty soon I started feeling more connected to my body. I noticed that when I participated in drinking or getting high, I didn’t feel the same connection and relief that I felt at the end of that first yoga class. Pretty soon I was practicing yoga every day, so there was no more time to eat junk or or stay out late drinking as I knew I wouldn’t like how I felt the next morning on the mat.  

Yoga slowly changed my life, one day at a time.  

I changed who I would hang out with, I started making healthier decisions, and built a community of like-minded friends who were supportive.

I knew from my experience on my mat, that a challenge was an opportunity for growth.

I could struggle with something in my yoga practice, but If I kept working on it, soon I would develop style and grace, or I would gain a whole new perspective.

I kinda fell into teaching yoga. I was in my third year at San Diego State University, living in Ocean Beach. Some friends encouraged me to start teaching yoga classes to pay my rent for the summer instead of returning home like I was planning. I taught my few guinea pig friends, and posted flyers all over town that a friend made that looked super legit.

A studio owner saw my flyers and asked me to come in for an audition. Soon, I was subbing classes and teaching a Saturday morning yoga class, which I really had no business doing. In fact, I remember one Saturday morning a student asked me how to do Half Moon Pose, and all I could say was, “just watch me.”  I knew deep down that I had to commit to change the way I was living and pursue studying with a master yoga teacher.

After graduating San Diego State University, I started training with Megan Bello from Orange County Yoga Studio.  Soon after, I began an apprenticeship with Anna Delury while regularly taking workshops with Manouso Manos.  The opportunity to study with such knowledgeable Iyengar teachers was priceless and eye-opening.  The Iyengar method made sense to me; it was concrete, focused and effective.

It wasn’t until I was introduced to Vinnie Marino’s class that I realized I could take ideas from my Iyengar foundation and blend my own style of Vinyasa Flow.  

I truly enjoy practicing at home, in fact it was one of the many reasons I started my YouTube channel.   But when I have the opportunity, my favorite teachers to study with are Paul Cabanis,Vinnie MarinoMegan BelloAnna Delury and Manouso Manos.

My YouTube channel, Movement With Tim, was important, because it gave me a way to share yoga and other important exercises with people for free, and give a variety of practices for all types of people.

 

Power Yoga for Strength and Flexibility Vinyasa Flow Class 44:46
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Power Yoga for Strength and Flexibility Vinyasa Flow Class

Yoga With Tim

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Nov 01, 2021
Intermediate
Power Yoga for Strength and Flexibility Vinyasa Flow Class
Yoga Power Intermediate
  • Nov 01, 2021
  • 218.9K Views
  • 4.1K Likes

This is an intermediate to advanced power yoga flow class. This full body vinyasa yoga sequence is designed to help you build strength and flexibility though your yoga practice. By using detailed instruction to help produce a well aligned flow, the class has a meditative quality that will help to keep you injury free and help you to understand if you are doing the yoga poses well to get the maximum benefit.

The Flow is based on a blend of the Ashtanga and Iyengar yoga schools, along with principles form power yoga, and Vinyasa.

This class was filmed at Luna De Sol , a Yoga studio in Northern Baja with a small class of local students: https://lunadesolbaja.com

 

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Yoga With Tim

Yoga Teacher at YogaWorks Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, and Laguna Beach.

I believe yoga can change your life...Growing up I was overweight, lacked self confidence and had an overall negative self image. I felt awkward and uncomfortable in my own skin, and my general disposition was removed and depressed.  Physically, I was in pain in my upper back neck and shoulders from the years of poor posture caused by my attitude toward life.  When I started exercising on my own, I didn’t understand what a full picture of health looked like and was still disconnected from my body.  I was in my first year of college, and had become addicted to drugs and alcohol in an attempt to deal with the overwhelming feelings I was struggling with.  

I desperately wanted to change it, but had no idea how.

I attended a lecture given by a true health enthusiast as a requirement for my Psychology class. You might not remember this ad campaign, but he was the guy from the Chiquita banana commercials that’s jumping hurdles.

He stressed the importance of stretching and going upside down on a daily basis,

something that wasn’t a part of my routine. The man was 80 years old and radiated health … he could still jump hurdles and run a 6-minute mile. He had students from the class come punch him in the abs while he was flexing to demonstrate how strong he was. Needless to say, it was entertaining yet also inspiring.

One morning on the way to class I saw a flyer for a yoga class. I figured if I went, they would make me stretch and go upside down. Plus, I was living a toxic lifestyle and rationalized that yoga could be a means to a healthier life. I’m not going to lie, I struggled with the shapes and was sweating profusely trying to keep up.  But something unusual happened at the end of the class.

My head got quiet. And I felt calm and peaceful.

It didn’t last long, but I got a little glimpse of what I was looking for.  I continued to stick with it, and pretty soon I started feeling more connected to my body. I noticed that when I participated in drinking or getting high, I didn’t feel the same connection and relief that I felt at the end of that first yoga class. Pretty soon I was practicing yoga every day, so there was no more time to eat junk or or stay out late drinking as I knew I wouldn’t like how I felt the next morning on the mat.  

Yoga slowly changed my life, one day at a time.  

I changed who I would hang out with, I started making healthier decisions, and built a community of like-minded friends who were supportive.

I knew from my experience on my mat, that a challenge was an opportunity for growth.

I could struggle with something in my yoga practice, but If I kept working on it, soon I would develop style and grace, or I would gain a whole new perspective.

I kinda fell into teaching yoga. I was in my third year at San Diego State University, living in Ocean Beach. Some friends encouraged me to start teaching yoga classes to pay my rent for the summer instead of returning home like I was planning. I taught my few guinea pig friends, and posted flyers all over town that a friend made that looked super legit.

A studio owner saw my flyers and asked me to come in for an audition. Soon, I was subbing classes and teaching a Saturday morning yoga class, which I really had no business doing. In fact, I remember one Saturday morning a student asked me how to do Half Moon Pose, and all I could say was, “just watch me.”  I knew deep down that I had to commit to change the way I was living and pursue studying with a master yoga teacher.

After graduating San Diego State University, I started training with Megan Bello from Orange County Yoga Studio.  Soon after, I began an apprenticeship with Anna Delury while regularly taking workshops with Manouso Manos.  The opportunity to study with such knowledgeable Iyengar teachers was priceless and eye-opening.  The Iyengar method made sense to me; it was concrete, focused and effective.

It wasn’t until I was introduced to Vinnie Marino’s class that I realized I could take ideas from my Iyengar foundation and blend my own style of Vinyasa Flow.  

I truly enjoy practicing at home, in fact it was one of the many reasons I started my YouTube channel.   But when I have the opportunity, my favorite teachers to study with are Paul Cabanis,Vinnie MarinoMegan BelloAnna Delury and Manouso Manos.

My YouTube channel, Movement With Tim, was important, because it gave me a way to share yoga and other important exercises with people for free, and give a variety of practices for all types of people.

 

Total Body Power Yoga Quarantine Challenge Day 1 42:46
Workout

Total Body Power Yoga Quarantine Challenge Day 1

Yoga With Tim

344.1K Views
·
Mar 28, 2020
All Levels
Total Body Power Yoga Quarantine Challenge Day 1
Yoga Workout All Levels
  • Mar 28, 2020
  • 344.1K Views
  • 14.4K Likes

Total Body Power Yoga Quarantine Challenge Day 1. This series offers a strong full-body sequence designed to give you a great workout. We start with a dynamic flow to warm up the body, followed by a balanced mix of strengthening and lengthening, with a focus on developing core strength.

Yoga With Tim

Yoga Teacher at YogaWorks Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, and Laguna Beach.

I believe yoga can change your life...Growing up I was overweight, lacked self confidence and had an overall negative self image. I felt awkward and uncomfortable in my own skin, and my general disposition was removed and depressed.  Physically, I was in pain in my upper back neck and shoulders from the years of poor posture caused by my attitude toward life.  When I started exercising on my own, I didn’t understand what a full picture of health looked like and was still disconnected from my body.  I was in my first year of college, and had become addicted to drugs and alcohol in an attempt to deal with the overwhelming feelings I was struggling with.  

I desperately wanted to change it, but had no idea how.

I attended a lecture given by a true health enthusiast as a requirement for my Psychology class. You might not remember this ad campaign, but he was the guy from the Chiquita banana commercials that’s jumping hurdles.

He stressed the importance of stretching and going upside down on a daily basis,

something that wasn’t a part of my routine. The man was 80 years old and radiated health … he could still jump hurdles and run a 6-minute mile. He had students from the class come punch him in the abs while he was flexing to demonstrate how strong he was. Needless to say, it was entertaining yet also inspiring.

One morning on the way to class I saw a flyer for a yoga class. I figured if I went, they would make me stretch and go upside down. Plus, I was living a toxic lifestyle and rationalized that yoga could be a means to a healthier life. I’m not going to lie, I struggled with the shapes and was sweating profusely trying to keep up.  But something unusual happened at the end of the class.

My head got quiet. And I felt calm and peaceful.

It didn’t last long, but I got a little glimpse of what I was looking for.  I continued to stick with it, and pretty soon I started feeling more connected to my body. I noticed that when I participated in drinking or getting high, I didn’t feel the same connection and relief that I felt at the end of that first yoga class. Pretty soon I was practicing yoga every day, so there was no more time to eat junk or or stay out late drinking as I knew I wouldn’t like how I felt the next morning on the mat.  

Yoga slowly changed my life, one day at a time.  

I changed who I would hang out with, I started making healthier decisions, and built a community of like-minded friends who were supportive.

I knew from my experience on my mat, that a challenge was an opportunity for growth.

I could struggle with something in my yoga practice, but If I kept working on it, soon I would develop style and grace, or I would gain a whole new perspective.

I kinda fell into teaching yoga. I was in my third year at San Diego State University, living in Ocean Beach. Some friends encouraged me to start teaching yoga classes to pay my rent for the summer instead of returning home like I was planning. I taught my few guinea pig friends, and posted flyers all over town that a friend made that looked super legit.

A studio owner saw my flyers and asked me to come in for an audition. Soon, I was subbing classes and teaching a Saturday morning yoga class, which I really had no business doing. In fact, I remember one Saturday morning a student asked me how to do Half Moon Pose, and all I could say was, “just watch me.”  I knew deep down that I had to commit to change the way I was living and pursue studying with a master yoga teacher.

After graduating San Diego State University, I started training with Megan Bello from Orange County Yoga Studio.  Soon after, I began an apprenticeship with Anna Delury while regularly taking workshops with Manouso Manos.  The opportunity to study with such knowledgeable Iyengar teachers was priceless and eye-opening.  The Iyengar method made sense to me; it was concrete, focused and effective.

It wasn’t until I was introduced to Vinnie Marino’s class that I realized I could take ideas from my Iyengar foundation and blend my own style of Vinyasa Flow.  

I truly enjoy practicing at home, in fact it was one of the many reasons I started my YouTube channel.   But when I have the opportunity, my favorite teachers to study with are Paul Cabanis,Vinnie MarinoMegan BelloAnna Delury and Manouso Manos.

My YouTube channel, Movement With Tim, was important, because it gave me a way to share yoga and other important exercises with people for free, and give a variety of practices for all types of people.

 

The Total Body Yoga Workout Challenge Day 1 29:38
Workout

The Total Body Yoga Workout Challenge Day 1

Yoga With Tim

735K Views
·
Jan 01, 2020
All Levels
The Total Body Yoga Workout Challenge Day 1
Yoga Vinyasa All Levels
  • Jan 01, 2020
  • 735K Views
  • 16.8K Likes

The Total Body Yoga Workout Challenge Day 1

Yoga With Tim

Yoga Teacher at YogaWorks Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, and Laguna Beach.

I believe yoga can change your life...Growing up I was overweight, lacked self confidence and had an overall negative self image. I felt awkward and uncomfortable in my own skin, and my general disposition was removed and depressed.  Physically, I was in pain in my upper back neck and shoulders from the years of poor posture caused by my attitude toward life.  When I started exercising on my own, I didn’t understand what a full picture of health looked like and was still disconnected from my body.  I was in my first year of college, and had become addicted to drugs and alcohol in an attempt to deal with the overwhelming feelings I was struggling with.  

I desperately wanted to change it, but had no idea how.

I attended a lecture given by a true health enthusiast as a requirement for my Psychology class. You might not remember this ad campaign, but he was the guy from the Chiquita banana commercials that’s jumping hurdles.

He stressed the importance of stretching and going upside down on a daily basis,

something that wasn’t a part of my routine. The man was 80 years old and radiated health … he could still jump hurdles and run a 6-minute mile. He had students from the class come punch him in the abs while he was flexing to demonstrate how strong he was. Needless to say, it was entertaining yet also inspiring.

One morning on the way to class I saw a flyer for a yoga class. I figured if I went, they would make me stretch and go upside down. Plus, I was living a toxic lifestyle and rationalized that yoga could be a means to a healthier life. I’m not going to lie, I struggled with the shapes and was sweating profusely trying to keep up.  But something unusual happened at the end of the class.

My head got quiet. And I felt calm and peaceful.

It didn’t last long, but I got a little glimpse of what I was looking for.  I continued to stick with it, and pretty soon I started feeling more connected to my body. I noticed that when I participated in drinking or getting high, I didn’t feel the same connection and relief that I felt at the end of that first yoga class. Pretty soon I was practicing yoga every day, so there was no more time to eat junk or or stay out late drinking as I knew I wouldn’t like how I felt the next morning on the mat.  

Yoga slowly changed my life, one day at a time.  

I changed who I would hang out with, I started making healthier decisions, and built a community of like-minded friends who were supportive.

I knew from my experience on my mat, that a challenge was an opportunity for growth.

I could struggle with something in my yoga practice, but If I kept working on it, soon I would develop style and grace, or I would gain a whole new perspective.

I kinda fell into teaching yoga. I was in my third year at San Diego State University, living in Ocean Beach. Some friends encouraged me to start teaching yoga classes to pay my rent for the summer instead of returning home like I was planning. I taught my few guinea pig friends, and posted flyers all over town that a friend made that looked super legit.

A studio owner saw my flyers and asked me to come in for an audition. Soon, I was subbing classes and teaching a Saturday morning yoga class, which I really had no business doing. In fact, I remember one Saturday morning a student asked me how to do Half Moon Pose, and all I could say was, “just watch me.”  I knew deep down that I had to commit to change the way I was living and pursue studying with a master yoga teacher.

After graduating San Diego State University, I started training with Megan Bello from Orange County Yoga Studio.  Soon after, I began an apprenticeship with Anna Delury while regularly taking workshops with Manouso Manos.  The opportunity to study with such knowledgeable Iyengar teachers was priceless and eye-opening.  The Iyengar method made sense to me; it was concrete, focused and effective.

It wasn’t until I was introduced to Vinnie Marino’s class that I realized I could take ideas from my Iyengar foundation and blend my own style of Vinyasa Flow.  

I truly enjoy practicing at home, in fact it was one of the many reasons I started my YouTube channel.   But when I have the opportunity, my favorite teachers to study with are Paul Cabanis,Vinnie MarinoMegan BelloAnna Delury and Manouso Manos.

My YouTube channel, Movement With Tim, was important, because it gave me a way to share yoga and other important exercises with people for free, and give a variety of practices for all types of people.

 

Total Body Yoga Workout Flow Strengthen & Stretch 35:52
Workout

Total Body Yoga Workout Flow Strengthen & Stretch

Yoga With Tim

234.8K Views
·
Jan 01, 2019
All Levels
Total Body Yoga Workout Flow Strengthen & Stretch
Yoga Workout All Levels
  • Jan 01, 2019
  • 234.8K Views
  • 7.6K Likes

This is a 30 minute yoga workout class is aimed to strengthen, tone, and to stretch your body. This is a perfect routine to start the day, or to practice at anytime.

This is a workout you can do to start your day right with a combination of exercises to help pump blood though the body, to move fluid, and warm up the joints along with strengthening exercises for the core, arms, hips, glutes, legs, chest, upper back, and shoulders.

Focus your mind, restore health and balance to your body and spirit.

Yoga With Tim

Yoga Teacher at YogaWorks Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, and Laguna Beach.

I believe yoga can change your life...Growing up I was overweight, lacked self confidence and had an overall negative self image. I felt awkward and uncomfortable in my own skin, and my general disposition was removed and depressed.  Physically, I was in pain in my upper back neck and shoulders from the years of poor posture caused by my attitude toward life.  When I started exercising on my own, I didn’t understand what a full picture of health looked like and was still disconnected from my body.  I was in my first year of college, and had become addicted to drugs and alcohol in an attempt to deal with the overwhelming feelings I was struggling with.  

I desperately wanted to change it, but had no idea how.

I attended a lecture given by a true health enthusiast as a requirement for my Psychology class. You might not remember this ad campaign, but he was the guy from the Chiquita banana commercials that’s jumping hurdles.

He stressed the importance of stretching and going upside down on a daily basis,

something that wasn’t a part of my routine. The man was 80 years old and radiated health … he could still jump hurdles and run a 6-minute mile. He had students from the class come punch him in the abs while he was flexing to demonstrate how strong he was. Needless to say, it was entertaining yet also inspiring.

One morning on the way to class I saw a flyer for a yoga class. I figured if I went, they would make me stretch and go upside down. Plus, I was living a toxic lifestyle and rationalized that yoga could be a means to a healthier life. I’m not going to lie, I struggled with the shapes and was sweating profusely trying to keep up.  But something unusual happened at the end of the class.

My head got quiet. And I felt calm and peaceful.

It didn’t last long, but I got a little glimpse of what I was looking for.  I continued to stick with it, and pretty soon I started feeling more connected to my body. I noticed that when I participated in drinking or getting high, I didn’t feel the same connection and relief that I felt at the end of that first yoga class. Pretty soon I was practicing yoga every day, so there was no more time to eat junk or or stay out late drinking as I knew I wouldn’t like how I felt the next morning on the mat.  

Yoga slowly changed my life, one day at a time.  

I changed who I would hang out with, I started making healthier decisions, and built a community of like-minded friends who were supportive.

I knew from my experience on my mat, that a challenge was an opportunity for growth.

I could struggle with something in my yoga practice, but If I kept working on it, soon I would develop style and grace, or I would gain a whole new perspective.

I kinda fell into teaching yoga. I was in my third year at San Diego State University, living in Ocean Beach. Some friends encouraged me to start teaching yoga classes to pay my rent for the summer instead of returning home like I was planning. I taught my few guinea pig friends, and posted flyers all over town that a friend made that looked super legit.

A studio owner saw my flyers and asked me to come in for an audition. Soon, I was subbing classes and teaching a Saturday morning yoga class, which I really had no business doing. In fact, I remember one Saturday morning a student asked me how to do Half Moon Pose, and all I could say was, “just watch me.”  I knew deep down that I had to commit to change the way I was living and pursue studying with a master yoga teacher.

After graduating San Diego State University, I started training with Megan Bello from Orange County Yoga Studio.  Soon after, I began an apprenticeship with Anna Delury while regularly taking workshops with Manouso Manos.  The opportunity to study with such knowledgeable Iyengar teachers was priceless and eye-opening.  The Iyengar method made sense to me; it was concrete, focused and effective.

It wasn’t until I was introduced to Vinnie Marino’s class that I realized I could take ideas from my Iyengar foundation and blend my own style of Vinyasa Flow.  

I truly enjoy practicing at home, in fact it was one of the many reasons I started my YouTube channel.   But when I have the opportunity, my favorite teachers to study with are Paul Cabanis,Vinnie MarinoMegan BelloAnna Delury and Manouso Manos.

My YouTube channel, Movement With Tim, was important, because it gave me a way to share yoga and other important exercises with people for free, and give a variety of practices for all types of people.