About Me

To learn why I created this website, read the first Blog entry here.

My name is Jen Irwin. I am a proud parent, passionate Yoga Teacher and student. I received my Yoga Teaching certification at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. I am influenced by Iyengar, Anusara and Jivamukti teachings and a strong connection to Earth. My Yoga classes are supportive and inspiring because it lifts me to lift others. Classes generally focus on bringing out the joy we find as we go deeper and deeper in our Yoga practice even when that means working through some muck before we find the sweet pools of joy within.

After a series of traumatic events that left me shattered, picking up the pieces, a very special mentor suggested a weekend of rest and relaxation at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. At the end of my last day I was certain Yoga Teacher Training would be in my future. My last Yoga class before heading home was taught by Allison Gemmel. She led a beautiful flow of breath and movement concluding the practice with Yoga Nidra. With her confident and gentle voice, I finally understood a mystery that had stayed with me for years, I finally had the experience to understand “we are all whole and we are all one”. Thank you, Allison for leading me toward my own open door and to all my teachers at Kripalu and beyond. Now I am blessed and pleased to share all I have learned and continue to learn on my own path. I am and forever will be a student. My gurus are my children, truth, students, friends, and Earth.  Come learn with me, together we can brighten our hearts and share light and healing with the planet!

See my class schedule

Please contact me with questions about classes, yoga, or anything else on this site:

jen @ dewyoga . net  or use the contact form

2 Responses to “About Me”

  1. Jim Porter says:

    Hi Jen
    Like your website. It’s warm and inviting. Hope to see you Friday.

  2. Nicole Wise says:

    Jen, this is a beautiful description of who you are and what you are about as a yoga teacher! And I also love the February poem, what a long, strange month it has been!

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