Bekah Pollard

Bekah Pollard

Bekah began her yoga journey in 2010, taking classes with her mom. Growing up as a dancer, Bekah enjoyed the way yoga extended her flexibility and challenged her strength. The last several years, her favorite aspect of yoga is the mental health benefits. She loves the feeling of calm and clear headedness yoga and breathwork provide, as well as the confidence building aspect of a regular practice. Bekah received her 200 hour certification in 2020 at Invoke, and it was certainly the highlight of the year. Bekah is also a visual artist and finds the same sense of presence and joy through her art practice that she does through yoga. Bekah especially enjoys mindfulness, breathwork, and making yoga inviting and non-intimidating for everyone.

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Bekah Pollard
  • Intro to Yoga #4 with Bekah Pollard (Level 1)

    Congratulations! You've completed your 3 Intro to Yoga session. Today we will combine all of the content learned in the first three workshop sessions and flow through a 60 minute level 1 class. You may need 2 blocks or something comparable at home. Take the practice at your own pace and have fun!

  • Birds of Paradise with Anthony (Level 2)

    Focus on binding in extended side angle working towards Bird of Paradise Pose!

  • Intro to Yoga #1 with Bekah Pollard (Level 1)

    Class 1 of 4

    This four-class series is designed for brand new yoga students, or those that would like to review the fundamentals of yoga.

    In this workshop series, we will introduce basic alignment and breathing techniques!

  • Intro to Yoga #3 with Bekah (Level 1)

    Class 3 of 4

    This four-class series is designed for brand new yoga students, or those that would like to review the fundamentals of yoga.

    In this workshop series, we will introduce basic alignment and breathing techniques!

  • Tarot Inspired Class - Temperance - with Bekah Pollard (Level 2)

    This class takes inspiration from the Temperance tarot card, focusing on balancing poses, and balance in the mind, reminding us in order to better serve others, we have to serve ourselves. You can’t pour from any empty cup.