E-RYT 200, RYT 500
Beatriz Adriana Gutierrez believes yoga is a practical tool to heal our bodies, find our breath and enliven our spirits. She steps onto her mat each day as both a student and a teacher. She completed her 500 Vinyasa Krama TT with Ruslan Kleytman, Hathavidya Level II 500 TT with Will Duprey and 200 TT with Mariano Ardissone at Ayama. She traveled to India to study at the Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram and Himalayan Yoga Academy. She has also studied with Andrey Lappa, Surinder JI, and Ashish Sharma. Her curiosity and love for different cultures has made her a global adventurer. These journeys were the source and foundation for her passions of yoga, art and spirituality. Adriana studied in Florence, Italy at the Angel Academy where she mastered oil painting in classic realism. Her yoga techniques are art in motion. She share yoga as the tool for enhancing human potential to keep the body and mind in harmony. Beatriz Adriana holds a degree in Fashion Design from The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. She always makes herself available to her students that are a combination of all ages and abilities. There is a very special one on one feeling of attention that she shares with students that work with her.
"Teach... what is inside you, not as it applies to you, but as it applies to the other..." T. Krishnamacharya.
Adriana Gutierrez instructs the following:
Slow Flow Yoga
A slower-paced, feel-good Vinyasa Yoga class, where poses are held for a longer duration, with greater emphasis on form and alignment.
Gentle Candlelight Yoga
Whether you are new to yoga, working with an injury, or looking to explore yoga’s therapeutic side, this gentle class will refresh, relax and center you. Each class includes asana (postures) using props to support, pranayama (breath exercises) and meditation practiced in a loving environment with individualized instruction tailored to your needs. Increase vitality and reduce stress with this restorative class.
Slow Flow Yoga
A slower-paced, feel-good flowing Yoga class, where poses are held for a longer duration, with greater emphasis on form and alignment.