Jennifer BuergermeisterHouston, TX
About the Teacher
Jennifer Buergermeister is the owner of Jennyoga/Blue Tree Yoga: Live. Breathe. Do Yoga., and residing president and founder of One Yoga USA, the Texas Yoga Association and Texas Yoga Conference. One Yoga USA’s Project Seva 2012 is a 52 week project where each state represents one week of seva to raise awareness and promote a shift in global consciousness using yoga, music, sustainability and environmental awareness to “be the change.”
Jennifer is an established and experienced speaker and writer about the art of yoga to adults and children. She recently taught yoga to roughly 100 second graders at Robert’s Elementary School in Houston and has presented on ABC’s Great Day Houston several times, featured in the NY Times, and lectured or presented a workshop at various schools and conferences including Emery Weiner, The Jewish Women’s Federation, The Yoga Month Health Festival 2008 in Austin, Total Body Magazine (cover), Flavorpill’s Yoga at the Great Lawn in NYC and the Texas Yoga Conference. She also taught for three years at The Houstonian and The Good Space in Houston’s prestigious Tanglewood area, and instructed at Tomball College, Hadassah and Beth Israel.
Jen is the go-to person for all things yoga in Texas, and her studio is the place to go to for your daily asana kicking.
Workshops & Trainings
Advanced Yoga studies of archetypes and self-empowerment for leadership and change: Finding the warrior to be yoga
Yoga For Fertility: the Fertile Soul of Yoga
Intense Shakti Vinyasa, Yoga for the heart and soul – channeling grace to find the flow
Red Hot Yoga
Breathe The Cure
In addition to everything else that she is doing, Jen somehow found time to start the non-profit organization Breathe the cure (Breathecure®). Breathe the Cure is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to bringing educational awareness to the general public about the benefits of breathing techniques, meditation and yoga. These methods are used both as prevention and complementary treatment of cancer and other illnesses to cope with symptoms of dis-ease and to provide wellness techniques to the general public. We also educate kids and teens of all ages about the importance of a quality breath. In 2009, BTC collaborated with local artist Jeremy Robards and graphic designer Jessica Dunegan, Yoginos: Yoga for Youth and The Crow Collection of Asian Art Museum to create the educational pieces and activity booklets for Breathecure’s FUNdamentals of Breathing Program published and released in the summer of 2010.
For more information about Jennifer, go to www.inner-realms.com or www.Curayoga.com. If you are interested in having Jennifer speak at an event or to publish an article on yoga or the healing arts, email Jenny at firstname.lastname@example.org.