Welcome to Clementine Yoga!
At Clementine Yoga, we are all about inspiring people to be happier and healthier in daily life through a welcoming and accessible approach to yoga. The intention behind Clementine Yoga was to create a community where the pursuit of health and happiness is a normal part of daily life. Our skilled instructors bring a warm and welcoming vibe to anyone who walks through the doors.
We believe yoga doesn’t have to be something intimidating or complicated. The essence of yoga is the practice of being present in the moment. By observing the breath and practicing yoga poses, you can learn to pay attention to what’s going on right now.
This makes life more enjoyable both on and off the mat. Namaste!
Rachael is the founder of Clementine Yoga and is thrilled to welcome you to the studio. She began her practice nearly 20 years ago and started teaching yoga in 2017 after completing her 200 hour teacher training at Tapas Yoga Shala. "We all come to our mat with different challenges - I feel too inflexible, stressed, pressed for time, unfit - but here’s what I’ve found: yoga restores you, physically and mentally. It is my hope that when you come to my class, you will leave feeling nourished and hungry for more." Rachael enjoys sharing her passion for yoga with all people at all skill levels, and hopes that her students will experience increased flexibility, grace, and connection with their breath and strength both on and off the mat. She is eager to grow the yoga community in Dixon and share the joy and healing that come from a consistent yoga practice.
Heather started practicing yoga in college with fitness in mind, but quickly realized that a regular yoga practice offers benefits beyond the physical. Her practice transformed into an outlet for mindful exercise, stress relief, and refocusing the mind. Wanting to share the benefits of yoga with others, she completed her 200 hour yoga teacher training in January 2019.
“Deepening my yoga practice has helped me grow physically, mentally, and emotionally, and this is the gift I want to share with each student that comes to class. I like to teach students at all levels of their practice- I love teaching foundational alignment to new students as they initially explore their practice, or finding ways for seasoned students to incorporate new elements.”