Yoga for Cycling
Teaching Location: Lawn, Outside (30 min cycling & 30 min yoga)
Teaching Schedule: Saturday 10am-11am, 12pm-1pm, 2pm-3pm, 4pm-5pm, 6pm-7pm
Sunday 10am-11am, 12pm-1pm, 2pm-3pm, 4pm-5pm
Hugo Auler’s life is dedicated to family, business and sports. He is an avid athlete that started with soccer (as a good Brazilian). He then switched to swimming, marathons, and cycling. To combine the three, he became a triathlete – he has Olympic and Ironman distances under his belt. Hugo likes to motivate people, offer good advice and push them to their limits. He is a strong and powerful cycling instructor. If you want to improve your fitness level, endurance and strength, come to his class!
Żaneta Auler has three addictions in life: traveling, sports and chocolate. 🙂 She runs her Fun Travel Tourist Agency that takes her around the world, and works as an indoor cycling instructor, which gives her strength and joy. To balance these two, she needs some chocolate. 😉 She was a strong, highly motivated team handball player for many years, achieving many medals in her native country of Poland, and was a multiple winner in 100-meter races. She loves variety in life and in sports: she skis, snowboards, roller skates, cycles and scuba dives. After moving to California, Żaneta fell in love with yoga and is now dedicated to improve her practice to obtain all the benefits that yoga has to offer. Żaneta’s indoor cycling classes are tough and serious. She focuses on correct form and on taking fitness routines up to the next level. Whether you’re a beginner looking to get started or an advanced rider trying to reach a goal, come and check it out!
Richelle Mercure’s love for fitness started early in youth. She started her adventure as a competitive gymnast and later became a professional dancer. She has practiced yoga since 1998, earned her certification through Leeann Carey at Planet Yoga and continued her education at YogaWorks. She continues to love it because it keeps her body strong and healthy through movement and stretching. Richelle began indoor cycling in 2001 and was immediately drawn to the upbeat music and the intensity of the workout. Richelle is a believer of teaching “smart flow” sequences in both spinning and yoga that strengthen, tone and tighten the body. They also help focus the mind and allow the body to exercise in a safe and logical way. Richelle’s yoga classes are playful, fun and sweaty vinyasa flow sequences. Her spin classes are spunky and challenging. Her Power Hour combines the two harmoniously and helps relieve stress, create powerful core strength, improve your posture and create wellness in all of your being.
Greta Recinto began her yoga journey in 2010, delving into the practice by completing the 200-hour Pure Yoga Teacher Training of Los Angeles. Since, she has been practicing with inspiring teachers daily, focusing on alignment, strength and breath. Greta deepened her practice by completing a second 200-hour Yoga Mittra Teacher Training of Manhattan Beach, a Vinyasa Flow foundation. Greta’s love for yoga is inspired by her background in sports, fitness and love of art and nature. Her goal as a teacher is to connect movement with each breath through a unique power flow – to strengthen the body and awaken the inner spirit.