Meet Sarah, the Owner of Milwaukee Yoga Events. She started yoga almost 15 years ago. At first it was just a way to counteract her high school sports stuff but what started as a physical stretch session grew into a lifelong romance of learning, healing, and love of herself. "We all come to the mat for our own reasons and all of them are valid. I just want you to know that no matter what your relationship is to Yoga you are welcome here and I am so happy to have you as a part of our yoga community."
Inga is an Ultra-marathoner, dog lover, and professed foodie! She discovered early in her yoga journey the importance of strong breathing, bringing her deeper into the physical asana, leading to mental clarity.Her lifelong passion for understanding how things work is translated through her classes. Inga focuses on strengthening the breath, helping students leave class feeling both grounded, connected and refreshed. She helps students reach their goals on and off the mat. Join her in creating a better world one breath at a time at one of our upcoming events or at Healium Hot Yoga in Bay View!
Jenny’s classes are simultaneously nourishing and energizing for the body, mind, and spirit. Her classes explore the connection of breath and movement while encouraging introspection through strength, alignment, and awareness. Students can expect her thoughtful flows to be infused with creativity and informed by tradition. Her classes are open to all levels and offer space to move safely and cultivate acceptance.
Jenny has been practicing yoga for over 12 years and completed her 200-hour level training in 2018 at Healium Hot Yoga where you can also catch a class with her when you aren’t hanging out with us!
Katie Began practicing when she was 19 and fell in love with yoga very quickly. Being a dancer her entire childhood, she was amazed by the huge change in her flexibility as well as her mental health. It was apparent the path she wanted to take would be one that would bring others as much peace as yoga had brought her.
After 6 months of studying yoga she got her 200 hour certification through Wild Abundant Life in 2014 and has been teaching ever since. She lives a life of creativity through art, movement and loving relationships. Her classes bring peace and curiosity into students yoga practices while encouraging growth and steadiness.
Savannah found yoga when she was 16 and fell in love with the mental and physical discipline the practice cultivated in her. She knew she wanted to share that gift with others and in February of 2019, she receieved her 200 YTT certification to teach vinyasa from renowned yogis, @erinkellyart and @stephgongora. She loves to teach playful yet accessible classes that will make you enjoy your savasana!
When she is not doing yoga, you can find her at the gym, attending local events, reading, or snuggling her two kitties. She earned her Bachelors of Psychology in December of 2018 from Alverno college with plans to go back for her Ph.d. Savannah plans to use yoga throughout her career as a therapuetic tool to serve a variety of populations.
Meet Silvia, a California native loving life in the Midwest. Silvia stumbled upon yoga in 2006 and it changed her life forever. She learned how to focus on the breath when everything feels upside down and out of place. In search for more knowledge, she started yoga teacher training and found it enhanced her work in preventive health where she worked as a certified health and wellness coach, childbirth educator, maternal/child health educator, lactation educator, nutritionist and tobacco cessation counselor where she was able to inspire others to live their best life. Silvia feels honored to share yoga with others and loves to practice all different styles. You can expect her classes to be inclusive, dynamic and fun. During her free time, she loves to write, read, cook and visit local lakes with the family.
Meet Katie H, a Milwaukee native that is passionate about creating a safe space for students to be their authentic selves on and off their mat. In 2015, she received her 200 hour RYT through Yoga Six Milwaukee where you can also find her regularly scheduled classes! Yoga has been an outlet for Katie to heal inner demons, tap into her spirituality, and connect to her authenticity. She has been sharing her creative flows, connection and breath for three years within the Milwaukee Yoga Community. When not teaching yoga, you can find her whipping up vegan eats, dancing to live music, and hanging with her fur babies and human baby.
Michaela has been practicing yoga for about 5 years and recently completed her 200 hours of YTT through Yoga Six Milwaukee. In addition to teaching yoga, she teaches 8th grade math and coaches a dance team. A lot of her inspiration comes from her dance background. To Michaela yoga is a way to let go, relax, and be part of a great community. She aspires to have students leave class happy and connected.
Barry Paul Clark (BM 2009, Mannes College of Music - New School University,
NYC) - Classically trained bassist, composer, improviser and educator. Section
bassist in Festival City Symphony, Kenosha Symphony Orchestra, Wisconsin
Philharmonic and has been a featured artist with Florentine Opera. Private
lesson teacher at West End Conservatory, support staff for the Hartford Union
High School orchestra, and adjunct faculty at Cardinal Stritch University. Co-
curator of the monthly improvised music series Unrehearsed MKE. Member of
contemporary music string quartet Tontine Ensemble, improvised song trio
Argopelter, Americana inspired outfit Lady Cannon, experimental electronic
project adoptahighway, and folk rock band Field Report. Composer for "Seeking
Century City" (2017 short, directed by Wes Tank & Adam Carr) and "Plucked"
(2019 documentary, directed by Joel Van Haren)
Barry Paul Clark
Want to be a part of our music team? Reach out!
Andrew Trim is a guitarist and composer.
Based in the midwest, Trim resides in Milwaukee and splits his time with his former home, Chicago, performing and collaborating with some of the most talented and unique musicians in the region. He has released five records as a leader and has recorded and performed as a sideman with many others.
Hanami, his primary musical project, has released two albums to critical acclaim. The music from the second album "The Only Way to Float Free" on ears&eyes Records was premiered at the Chicago Jazz Festival and the release of the album was partially funded by a grant from the City of Chicago's Department of Cultural Affairs. The group has been praised for their "personable sound with all kinds of distinguishing marks" (Dave Sumner, Bird is the Worm), their "graceful and musical poise" (Paul Acquaro, Free Jazz Collective) and their "innate, organically-generated aesthetic" (Doug Simpson, Audiophile Audition).
In 2018, Trim began leading a new trio featuring Milwaukee bassist Barry Paul Clark and drummer Nick Lang performing his original material. They can be heard at their monthly residency at Vennture Brewing Company.
Trim has performed with musicians such as Charles Rumback, Jason Stein, Mai Sugimoto, Devin Drobka, Kurt Schweitz, Jeremy Cunningham, Dave Miller, Greg Ward, Matt Ulery, Quin Kirchner, Matt Gold, Nate Lepine, Russ Johnson, Jamie Breiwick, Jonathan Greenstein, John Christensen, Mark Davis, Chris Madsen, Matt Carroll, James Davis, Dan Thatcher, Danny Meyer, John Tate, Matt Fuller, Aakash Mittal, and many more.
Trim also regularly performs as a sideman. He plays or has played in ensembles such as The Aluminum Group, Rock Falls, Lady Cannon, Ted Sirota's Heavyweight Dub feat. The Scientist, Meatbute: Chicago's Preimer Meatloaf Tribute Band and many more.
When not performing, Trim is an active educator teaching guitar, jazz & improvisation, music theory, and composition lessons. He is currently available for lessons privately and through Milwaukee based organization Maestro Makers.
Andrew Trim holds his M.M. in Jazz Performance and Pedagogy from the University of Colorado, a B.A. in Music from Colorado Christian University, and a Certificate from New York University's Summer Jazz Guitar Intensive.