About Debbie Krejci & Yoga Maya
After several significant injuries, Debbie turned to Yoga & Pilates for rehabilitation after all else had failed & found that they offered what was needed to heal and strengthen her body and mind. Gaining her ERYT-200 and Advanced RYT-500 signifies Debbie's commitment to yoga. She is also a Yoga Alliance CE provider also.
Her teachers are many and she has learned from, to name a few: Bryan Kest, Baron Baptiste, Ellen De Jonge, Sri Dharma Mittra, & Yogi Hari. Debbie's experience, light-hearted approach & clear instruction enable students of all levels to find ease & joy in their practice of yoga. Debbie also holds certifications in Pilates, Personal Training, & Thai Foot Massage. She specializes in a Gentle-ish Vinyasa & Yin. Make no mistake, her Power Classes are a force to be reckoned with! Believing that yoga can and should be fun; her classes leave you feeling oh so happy you came.
As a former firefighter/paramedic & marathon runner, Debbie will challenge you to see limitations as simply plateaus in disguise. All the while understanding that the subtle differences happening in your body during and after your yoga practice are key to change. What a gift that awareness of body is.
For Stacey, yoga is about connection— to our own body, our breath, and to the world around us.
Stacey offers yin yoga and hatha/vinyasa style flows with a strong focus on deepening and connecting with the breath, allowing the mind, body, and breath to work together as one. Practicing with this focus and awareness allows the chance to listen and respond to the body’s needs in each moment.
Since beginning in 2011, Stacey’s own practice has been continuously evolving. Her intention as a teacher is to help you explore the evolution of your own practice in a relaxed, safe, and supportive environment. Whether you are new to yoga or advanced, her classes will help you improve strength, flexibility, and the ability to connect by allowing you to discover and focus on your individual needs, even in a group setting.
An Oklahoma native, Willis has made cities such as New York and Las Vegas his home, performing as a dancer at the Metropolitan Opera and Cirque du Soleil. Through the stressful and sometimes painful life as a dancer, Willis found yoga to be the most beneficial compliment, both mentally and physically, to dance. His relationship with yoga has since deepened throughout his years of practice. Willis believes whole heartedly in yoga’s transformative nature, and respects the power that yoga possesses to keep one grounded, focused, accountable, and aware of even the smallest moments on and off the mat. He has been practicing for 10 years.
Willis believes that you can learn a lot about yourself and others by regularly coming to your mat. His teaching style is fun and creative with great focus on the movement/breath connection. Transitions can be just as important as the postures, so prepare to feel the beauty in the “in betweens”—for life is about the journey and not the destination. Come flow, feel, and go deeper into your own yoga practice in a supportive environment with some rockin’ jams and an inspirational vibe. hootie-hoo!
Born & raised in Puerto Vallarta, Alicia has almost 8 years practicing Yoga and every day she discovers a new possibility in practice, it is why it is called practice; it is endless. Every day we work different levels in the body, mind and soul.
Yoga can help you connect with yourself on a physical, mental and spiritual level by listening to your body; feeling the flow of the prana you can discover the rhythm within you, I love to make the classes fun and dynamic for all levels.
By being present in the Now, the rest of the world disappears and you become one with yourself. This practice reminds us that we are part of something much greater that ourselves.