Jenay Martin E-RYT 20
Jenay first experienced yoga at the age of 17 when her dad took her to a class taught by Jill Minye. When she moved to the east coast for college, yoga became her grounding force, her home. Through yoga she found the people who spoke her language. At twenty-one, she was certified thru Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Center in the Bahamas and in that month, her life direction changed. Jenay opened Anjenaya Yoga Studio in Occidental, Ca where she teaches multi-level vinyasa flow classes. She is also the Founder and Director of The Lotus Feed Farm and Retreat Center. Jenay is constantly transformed by the wisdom of her teacher, Shiva Rea and is extremely grateful for all that she ignites inside the hearts of her students.
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Jenay Martin opened Anjenaya Yoga Studio in Occidental, CA in 2008.
We are a quaint, down to earth yoga space used to gather, flow, breathe and practice.
Anjenaya Yoga Studio offers a variety of affordable yoga classes and our schedule is always evolving. Our studio comfortably fits 24 students. Be sure to check our Facebook page (Anjenaya Yoga Studio) for the most up to date changes.
Anjenaya Yoga Studio works in conjunction with The Lotus Feed Farm and Retreat Center to provide unparalleled retreat opportunities in Coastal Sonoma County
Jenay Martin: Jenay opened Anjenaya Yoga Studio in 2008 and has worked hard to create a yoga community in Occidental. She took her first yoga class from Jill Minye when she was 18 and continued her passion for yoga through college.
She received her first 200hr TT certificate from Sivananda Yoga School in classical hatha yoga. She feel in love with vinyasa flow and found her teacher Shiva Rea shortly after. Jenay spent time traveling with Shiva as a video/photogrpaher and many of her photos are published in Shiva's book, Tending the Heart Fire.
In 2011 she opened her dream yoga retreat center, The Lotus Feed Farm and Retreat Center on her family's farm . She is currently running local and international yoga retreats with The Lotus Feed Team that specialize in farm to table cuisine, health and wellness.
Abbey Cimel draws on over 10 years of practice and 2 years of teaching to bring you restorative, and feel-good yoga. Through her experiences teaching college groups, teen yoga camps, yoga for elders, and all ages in between, she makes yoga fun and accessible for every body.
Abbey first started practicing as a child, tagging along to her mom’s Hatha classes and attending camp “Yogaville” and has maintained a regular practice ever since. She completed her RYT-200 in 2018/2019 at Franklin Street Yoga in Chapel Hill, NC in Vinyasa. From her varied experiences, Abbey offers slow flow classes that allow you to safely stretch, strengthen, and heal.
She just moved to California from North Carolina to work at The Occidental Arts and Ecology Center and is excited to be part of this community!
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