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Ashleigh Sergeant, E-RYT 500 Yoga teacher and cofounder of Alaya Yoga School

Growing up with a yoga teacher as her mother, Ashleigh Sergeant began her exploration of yoga at an early age, dedicating herself to the pursuit of healing a spine condition. Now, living a pain-free and spiritually empowered life, Ashleigh is dedicated to sharing that healing power of yoga with the world.

The cofounder of the Alaya Yoga School and a yoga teacher for nearly 20 years, Ashleigh brings thousands of hours of experience to her classes, including the knowledge of therapeutic asana gained from traveling with and assisting John Friend, the founder of Anusara Yoga.

Ashleigh's life is a true embodiment of the teachings of yoga. Her life, presence, and vibrant way of being in this world are shining examples of her dedicated practice. Steeped in a breadth of knowledge and depth of experience, she has the unique gift of being able to guide her students in a clear, effective, and inspiring way. Grounded in a solid foundation of the ancient teachings, Ashleigh continues to be on the leading edge of yoga's evolution. Her revolutionary approach to the practices breathes new life into the tradition, helping her students thrive in today's ever-changing world.

Ashleigh's present passion is the deep exploration of the mystical and energetic side of yoga practices. For this, her primary teacher and longtime inspiration is the great Sally Kempton.

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Upcoming Program

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Health & Wellness
Total Nervous System Reset
March 29 - April 3, 2020
Join renowned global yoga experts Ashleigh Sergeant and Meg McCraken to experience the powerful practices you need to truly unwind, deeply relax, and find lasting relief—whenever or wherever you need. True rest is a fundamental necessity for lifelong well-being and happiness. Through contemplative movement, meditation, yoga, and breathwork, renew your innermost spaciousness, focus your attention, expand your joy, and cultivate calm in the eye of any day-to-day storm.
 

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