Jennifer Lee

Jennifer took her first yoga class about 10 years ago. She liked the fact that she could actually slow down and still get a good workout. As a mother of 3, yoga was a really nice break and she did as much of it as she could. Jennifer’s hunger to learn more grew. So, she signed up for a yoga journal conference and took classes with Shiva Rea, Sean Corn, Cindy Lee, and other nationally known teachers. Shortly after she got back, Jennifer signed up for yoga teacher training through yogafit and started teaching in the year 2004 at Lifetime Fitness. Her desire to teach and learn has continued to grow. She has taken the 200 hour training at Corepower, completed trainings through Lifetime Fitness, and continues to take classes as much as possible.


Jennifer Lee instructs the following:
  • HEAT A
  • HEAT A is a set sequence of postures linking breath and movement (vinyasa), this class moves at moderate pace.  Classes begin with warm up movements (Sun Salutations) while cultivating awareness of breath control.  The series of postures improve flexibility, strength, posture, balance and mind-body awareness, while enjoying a deep sense of calm. The heat allows for a safe, deep loosening of the muscles and joints, mobilizes and strengthens the spine and stimulates and detoxifies the internal organs.  Emphasis on tight hamstrings, glutes and strengths back muscles.
    A student at ALL levels can create their own physical intensity by choosing offered modifications and variations every practice you attend. 
    Teachers add different themes and philosophy concepts throughout the class so you have a unique experience every practice.

  • Power Vinyasa Flow
  • Our Power Vinyasa Flow classes are vigorous yet accessible. They integrate a series of poses that will move you through the power of inhaling and exhaling. The smooth, continuous flow deepens breathing, increases endurance, and calms the mind while restoring and shaping the body. The room is heated at 98 degrees with 30% humidity and classes vary in length. INTERMEDIATE CLASS. Check the online class schedule.

  • Gentle Flow
  • This gentle flow style of yoga uses soothing and well supported poses to help restore and dissolve tension in the body.
    We will guide you through meditation, breathing, and movement that provide much needed relaxation while strengthening the muscles that support your body.  You have the option to use bolsters and props to give more of a gentle support while receiving hand and foot massages while ending your session.
    Non-heated class that anyone can participate, from prenatal women to an extreme athlete that needs rest and recovery.

  • Yoga Sculpt
  • This fun yet challenging class is a fusion of yoga and strength training. Though intense, this class is designed for all fitness levels and ages.
    Sculpt will tone and shape your body by targeting major muscle groups through anaerobic movements and compound training.
    You will need to bring your own set of 2-4 lbs. dumbbell weights and a mat to class. Be prepared to have fun, sweat and move your body!!

  • HEAT B
  • HEAT B is a set sequence of postures linking breath and movement (vinyasa), this class moves at moderate pace. Classes begin with warm up movements (Sun Salutations) while cultivating awarness of breath control. The series of postures improve flexibility, strength, posture, balance and mind-body awareness, while enjoying a deep sense of calm. The heat allows for a safe, deep loosening of the muscles and joints, mobilizes and strengthens the spine and stimulates and detoxifies the internal organs. Emphasis on balance and stregthening core, twists, chest muscles.  Vary comparable to HEAT A Classes.

    Appropriate for student at ALL levels can create their own physical intensity by choosing offered modifications and variations every practice you attend


  • HEAT C

  • HEAT C is a set sequence of postures linking breath and movement (vinyasa), this class moves at moderate pace. This class differs from our Heat A or Heat B by offering 4 different peak pose options. The set poses will change based on the peak pose chosen by your teacher. Classes begin with warm up movements (Sun Salutations) while cultivating awareness of breath control. The series of postures improve flexibility, strength, posture, balance and mind-body awareness, while enjoying a deep sense of calm. The heat allows for a safe, deep loosening of the muscles and joints, mobilizes and strengthens the spine and stimulates and detoxifies the internal organs. Emphasis on balance and strengthening core, twists, chest muscles.
    Peak pose may include arm balancing, inversions, and deep back bends with detailed cuing to help the newest yogi as well as a yogi veteran wanting to know another way to enhance their practice. This is a great option to lead you into more advanced classes like Intermediate, Power Vinyasa Flow or Rocket.