It is always such an honor to teach at @bryantparknyc for the summer series by @yogajournal and this year was no different. I wanted to thank @ryoak628 @sarahflaherty.yoga @souledoutfitness @brittanybuddha @caroline_ames @mondragonballz and Marina all for their help in assisting with the event. in addition I wanted to thank everyone who showed up and was a part of this! What an amazing time ❤️ #bpyoga #nyc Sponsors: @kevitadrinks @gaiam
#YJINFLUENCER excited to join up with @yogajournal and bring you tips, tricks and techniques to make your yoga/life better. . join me and @benjamin.sears @robertsturman @erica_mather @travelingmats @livefullon @lauraburkhartyoga @lauren.taus @denellejarro @heatherlilleston @laureneckstrom @sofiahthom @hemalayaa and @twee.yoga over then next months as we kick things off. Link in bio 👆
Jeffrey Posner is definitely a “guys” guy, with a teaching style that gives his classes a slight testosterone boost. All of which isn’t really surprising considering that he was a bit of a jock in college, playing lacrosse and football, while also putting in time wrestling.
While his teaching style is very guy friendly, it’s his passion for teaching students how to make their dreams of doing inversions and arm balances a reality that make his classes and workshops popular with both men and women. You see Posner is a wee bit obsessed with showing students how to use their hands to make sure these poses are pain-free, much easier to do and fun.
YogaCity NYC’s Dar Dowling recently caught up with Jeffrey to find out more about how he found his way out of the locker-room and onto the mat.
Dar Dowling: What did yoga give you that those other sports didn’t? read more…