Power Vinyasa All Levels

This is a challenging, energizing and balanced flow class that Incorporates cardio, strength, stability and flexibility.
Students of all levels of yoga experience are welcome, several variations will be offered to help modify and intensify the postures. You will be challenged but leave feeling invigorated and inspired!
Temperature: Warm
All Levels

Class Timetable

  Open Time Close Time Trainer Address
Monday Private: Devohnne Ellis
Monday Damian Groark
Thursday Private: Devohnne Ellis, Damian Groark
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- - Damian Groark - at
- - Private: Devohnne Ellis - at

My first yoga class was taken in 2016 and I went because a friend had asked if it was something I would be interested in trying, I agreed to go as I enjoy working out and finding new means of fitness. I was amazed how some of the other students could bind, support their weight through their hands in arm balances, and invert themselves in such challenging poses. I was unable to do all the above when I started my yoga journey, even the attempt at a bind was often comical to me as I would wrestle with myself trying to achieve such poses. I was a dancer for 10 years throughout childhood and my teens and I was determined to get back the flexibility I had lost throughout my early 20’s. I practiced yoga roughly 2 days a week for about four years and gained flexibility and strength I never thought would be possible again. In 2020 when COVID hit I began practicing some online with YouTube but kind of fell away from the practice overall as two of the studios in Ohio I attended closed after COVID. Fast forward to 2021 life and love brought me to the Florida Keys. I lived here for roughly a year before reaching out to Kathy at Key Largo Yoga, I was enjoying CrossFit and the strength I was gaining, but often passed the yoga studio in Key Largo and began to miss my yoga practice. I started to attend classes occasionally at Key Largo Yoga when I had time outside of work and realized just how much I missed this practice and the way it made me feel during and after class. I have worked as a Physical Therapist Assistant for 10 years and often tossed around the idea of becoming a yoga teacher to compliment the work I already do and after speaking with Kathy I found out that Key Largo Yoga offers a YTT program! Throughout my YTT I gained a newfound respect for yoga, I had always enjoyed yoga for the workout and the way it made me feel, but after learning about what these poses do for our bodies and how over hundreds of years yogis have developed poses to literally make us feel better both physically and mentally, it made me realize the reason why I felt better after yoga was not just coincidental! 

I was born and raised in the suburbs of Philadelphia.  I grew up playing organized sports from 5 years old all the way through college.  I attended Widener University and graduated with a BS in Hospitality Management.  After college I worked my way up the ranks running the premium service departments at the arena that hosted Philadelphia's professional basketball and hockey teams.  In October of 2003 I was given an opportunity to work and live in the keys and enjoy the "island" lifestyle, saying good bye to the cold, grey, rainy Philly winters, and have not looked back since.  I was first introduced to yoga around 2011 when I attended several Ashtanga classes at the Pattabhi Jois studio in Islamorada.  I officially got the yoga bug in May of 2013 when Kathy opened Key Largo Yoga.  I initially enjoyed the physical practice of yoga, building strength and flexibility and losing weight, however this quickly evolved into seeking out the mental and spiritual aspects of yoga.  After four years of consistent daily practice and several workshops I finally decided to take the next step in my journey and signed up for 200 hour yoga teacher training in October of 2016 and graduated in April of 2017.