Power Yoga


This class is taught by:

Alex Wilson (Crosbie)

Before I ever even knew what yoga was, it called to me. Before I ever even wanted a practice in my life, yoga was there, waiting for me. When I began my slow and inconsistent journey, yoga was patient. When I felt that I was never going to get anything from it, yoga came through for me with exactly what I needed. When I became confident and boastful about my practice, yoga challenged me in new ways and helped me feel humble. Whenever I need something, with faith, practice, and dedication, yoga delivers. As a teacher, my goal is simply to share the gift of yoga with everyone who wants it (and maybe even the people who don’t want it), and my wish is that yoga serves you in whatever way you need it to.

Forrest Campbell

I'm a firm believer that the human body and mind is capable of great things through focus and awareness. I have a passion for helping individuals transcend and grow physically and mentally.
I am currently a trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine and a Registered Yoga Teacher. I have worked with individuals from youth and beginners, to high-level professional athletes. I am well rounded and knowledgeable in all areas of athletic performance and yoga.

April Roseberry

I began my journey of yoga at Yoga Bird studio and right away I knew that I wanted to go deeper into my own practice and guide others in their practice of yoga. My background is in personal training and the medical field. I focus on alignment, anatomy and physiology and the navel center in my practice. I believe in a safe practice that starts with stability and strength building. I always try to create an accepting space where students can have fun and deepen their practice through trying new things and retrying poses and postures in different ways to cultivate more understanding and accessibility.

Chip Withrow

I have been a teacher for 23 years – almost half my life – of everything from driver education to middle school reading to golf to guitar to high school journalism to homeschooling an amazing 12-year-old daughter – and in November 2014 I became a certified yoga instructor.Yoga can be a powerful tool for clearing our path through this world – for being a non-judgmental observer, an active and joyous participant, and a shining light for others. I want to demonstrate that yoga can be practical and accessible, that it can ground you and elevate your senses of wonder and gratitude. My wish is that those who come to my classes feel that they can take their yoga off the mats and into their daily lives. And oh, yeah – let’s have fun in those classes, too! Because yoga has been such an incredible gift for my family, and I am delighted that I get to share that gift.

Power Yoga at the Bird is an accessible, yet challenging asana practice for body and mind to help you build strength and endurance and cultivate a clear mind. Learn to work with more challenging sequences and poses in a way that allows you to build inner support so that your practice is invigorating, safe, and sustainable. Students are encouraged to modify and rest as appropriate. It will be helpful to be familiar with some common poses and modifications from Yoga 1.

Upcoming classes:

  • Sat Aug 19 9:30 am - 10:30 am with Alex Wilson (Crosbie)
  • Sun Aug 20 9:15 am - 10:15 am with Forrest Campbell
  • Sat Aug 26 9:30 am - 10:30 am with Alex Wilson (Crosbie)
  • Sun Aug 27 9:15 am - 10:15 am with April Roseberry
  • Sat Sep 02 9:30 am - 10:30 am with Alex Wilson (Crosbie)
  • Sun Sep 03 9:15 am - 10:15 am with Chip Withrow
  • Sat Sep 09 9:30 am - 10:30 am with Alex Wilson (Crosbie)
  • Sun Sep 10 9:15 am - 10:15 am with Chip Withrow