Today waa my first of many classes at the studio. I waa greeted warmly by Ericka and given a tour of the studio. Let me say the zen feel is immediate as you enter the door. The studio itself is large and clean. Today was the community class so the moves were easy even for a beginner and as each was changed it was explained clearly. The essential oils given added to my experience. The class closed with a cool towel and I have to say the entire experience was wonderful. Hendersonville is lucky to have such a great place.
Unless otherwise noted Rommy's class temperature is 92 degrees Fahrenheit.
“I remember ‘doing’ yoga with my Mother as a young girl, and as an adult I puttered with it, but I never liked yoga until I tried hot yoga. I spent my teen years overweight and uncomfortable with myself, and then I battled depression and eating disorders as an adult, never feeling good about the skin I was in. Now, not only do I feel at home in my body and with myself, I am at peace knowing that I can maintain my health and vitality without consistent struggle and negative self criticism. Yoga is my complete fitness regimen and an intrinsic part of my lifestyle. I find that the philosophies of yoga have helped to expand and deepen my Christian faith. Teaching is what I am passionate about. Teaching yoga allows me to help others return to a sense of well-being that is often elusive in our culture.”
A published author, she holds a 200 Hour Certification from Barkan Method. She is a ERYT 200 - RYT 200 with Yoga Alliance and is a Holistic Health Coach through Institute of Integrative Nutrition.
Rommy has taken part in teacher trainings and intensives with Arun Deva, Rolf Gates, Ana Forrest, Stephanie Keach, Bryan Kest, Martin Kirk, Dahrma Mitra, Sadie Nardini, Simon Park, Leslie Kaminoff, Desiree Rumbough, Ashley Turner, and Amy Weintraub along with many wonderful Nashville teachers.