Jessica has been teaching yoga in San Marcos and Austin since 2010. She is a 200 hour Registered Hatha Yoga Instructor, and has over 400 hours of yogic training from Yoga Yoga in Austin.  Her roots lie in Viniyoga, which is a style that is designed  to bring out the best in each practitioner. She is also certified to teach Vinyasa yoga and children's yoga. Her classes are breath centered, and crafted to allow the students to build strength and flexibility in a safe and nurturing environment. Jessica is a mom, a wife, and an actor and writer for theater and films. Yoga has deepened and enhanced her life as an artist tremendously.  She loves improv, playing video games with her son,  walking at Prospect Park, swimming in the river, and being a part of the amazing community of San Marcos. 

Jessica Brooks

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Jeni Bolton Swing

Jeni studied Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance at Texas State University. She received her 200 hour yoga teacher certification at Yoga Yoga in Austin and has studied Yin Yoga with Erinn Lewis at Sukha Yoga in Austin. For Jeni, yoga is a way to tap into what is real. Listening to yourself and what you need. She leads a well balanced flow that is appropriate for all levels of ability and allows the student to enter deeply into an experience of peace and well being. 

Jeni currently teaches for the City of San Marcos at the Cephas House on Monday mornings at 9:30.

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Sue Bradley

Sue is a natural born listener with skills developed through years of her own healing, study, and training. She brings to the table much wisdom gleaned from healed past trauma, deep spiritual study, and daily spiritual practice.

Among many other qualifications, Sue is a yoga teacher with 200 hours of training. She is apprenticing with HeatherAsh Amara and is a Level 1  Warrior Goddess Training facilitator.

Sue's healing journey has taken her into deep study of the four aspects of self: physical, mental, emotional, spiritual.  “It is fascinating and exciting to understand how these four aspects of self are intertwined and inform each other.  These are what create the life we live on Earth.”  Sue wants to live her best life.  Will you join her?  To learn more about Sue and her offerings visit www.suebradleycoaching.com

LeAnne Smith

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LeAnne Smith is a Professor of Dance at Texas State University where she has been a faculty member since 1983. Directing the program from 2003 until 2016, she retired in May 2022, and is delighted to now teach part-time while exploring other opportunities to be of service in her community.

She serves as the Artistic Director for Opening Door Dance Theatre, founded with Karen Earl, and Sandy Rodriquez in 1984. In 2002, LeAnne developed the Kinesiology for Dancers course, allowing TxState Dance Majors to focus on their specific needs in terms of body mechanics for teaching, performance, and choreography. Somatic Studies are a vital part of LeAnne’s ongoing
practical research, especially in the field of Body Mind Centering. ™

A recipient of the Texas State Presidential Award for Scholarly/Creative Activities. She served on the Academic Course Guide Manual Committee for the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.

LeAnne has danced the works of Erick Hawkins, Wendy Hambidge, Louis Kavouras, Michelle Nance, and Shay Ishii, among others. Her choreography has been presented throughout the United States, San Jose, Costa Rica; Edinburgh, Scotland; Giessen, Germany; Paris, France; and Athens, Greece. She continues to choreograph, and performs as a member of Shay Ishii Dance Company.

She is a member of the Advisory Board for the Southwest University of Naprapathic Medicine in Santa Fe, New Mexico and is proud to be affiliated with SUNM as it continues to research, teach, and
practice her grandfather’s brilliant work that focuses on connective tissue.