Jacob Kyle

HOMETOWN
Port Orchard, Washington
PHILOSOPHY
Our greatest challenge: to align with what is. Jacob seeks to prescribe an embodied philosophy - philosophy not of the mere intellect, but an integrated, non-dualistic living wisdom. To this end, his classes are thoughtful in form and content, designed to move and expand you whilst sweating out the New York nonsense.

CLASSES AT PURE
Hot Power Yoga

EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONS
Conquering Lion Yoga with Kelly Morris (200 hours), Advanced Teacher Training in Kula Flow with Schuyler Grant (75 hours), Advanced Teacher Training in the Art of Assists with David Regelin (75 hours), 10 years of practice.

MENTORS
Nevine Michaan, Abbie Galvin, David Regelin, Schuyler Grant, Ruth Lauer-Manenti, and Genny Kapuler.

BEFORE YOGA
Jacob holds masters degrees in Political Theory and the History of Philosophy.



Jacob Kyle instructs the following:
  • Vinyasa (1/2)
  • Vinyasa is characterized by flowing poses and sequences that are linked to the breath. This class is diverse and sequencing will vary with instructor philosophy and in general is a vigorous, more athletic approach to yoga.

  • Yin Yoga (Open)
  • Yin yoga is characterized by poses supported by props (blanket, block, bolster).  To differentiate it from a restorative class, yin will get deep into the soft tissue of the body.  It's less restful, and geared more towards a functional release of deep muscle tissue.

  • Hot Power Yoga (2)
  • This is a power yoga class taught in a room heated to 100-105 degrees. The heat will provide for a detoxifying sweat while you flow through an athletic and dynamic sequence of postures.

  • Hot Vinyasa (2)
  • Taught in the heated room, this style works through poses and sequences linked to breath. Sequencing will vary with instructor philosophy in this vigorous and fluid approach to yoga.

  • Vinyasa (2)
  • Vinyasa is characterized by flowing poses and sequences that are linked to the breath. This class is diverse and sequencing will vary with instructor philosophy and in general is a vigorous, more athletic approach to yoga.

  • Vinyasa Basics (1/2)
  • Vinyasa Basics focuses on correct breathing, postural alignment and sequencing of asanas in a traditional order, to help students cultivate a safe and well supported practice.