Nuria Reed teaches from the heart. Her mission is to assist others in the realization of their true potential. Nuria was first introduced to yoga by her mother over fourteen years ago, and since those early senior stretch classes her practice has grown in both stillness and strength. Inspired by the creativity of Vinyasa Flow and the power of Ashtanga she combines grace, beauty and meditation with breath and heat to create a truly holistic practice.
In 2011 she made her first journey to India and has returned every year since to immerse herself in the source of the teachings of yoga. Nuria favors a non-dogmatic approach to asana — rather than getting caught up in the shape and form of the practice she continually guides her students with laughter and humility back to the truth of us all, the love and divinity that already exists within us. Her classes have been described as deeply transformative, challenging, creative, intimate and playful. Nuria has studied with many inspirational and senior teachers; among her influences are Heather Elton, Rachel Zinman, John Weddepohl, Emil Wendel and Robert P. Goldman.
Nuria continues to challenge herself and her students to explore their ideas of themselves through their breath and experiences with their bodies on the mat. Nuria is also an avid writer and when not writing or studying Advaita Vedanta, she can be found playing in the ocean.