Jeremy Falk is an E-RYT 500 with over 12 years of experience in embodied arts. His mission is to connect our head, heart, and hands through the power of yoga to feel fully alive and be of service to the world. Jeremy’s classes combine intelligent sequencing, challenging alignment, and practical philosophy, creating an eclectic Bhakti vinyasa flow that is full of humor and heart. He encourages his students to stay connected to how the practice helps us show up in the world with more compassion, focus, resilience, humility, and patience.
His grounded and accessible style has also earned him the title of Ambassador for companies like Lululemon, Fitbit, and Yoga Journal, where he traveled the US + London for 6 months documenting yoga's impact in the West for the Live Be Yoga Tour. He has taught at Wanderlust Festival and offers meditations through MoveWith and his popular channel “Morning Meditations for Daily Magic” on Audible. He is grateful for his teachers Jason Crandell, Stephanie Snyder, Janet Stone, as well as the Association for Yoga and Meditation in Rishikesh, India.
Jeremy has developed a passion for men's work in the last few years, having studied with Shems Heartwell. He teaches breath, movement, and meditation as catalysts for embodiment and healing the feminine / masculine energies within us. He also loves working as a conscious M.C. for events, inviting people into deeper connection and present moment awareness. He is truly living an inspired life of service!
You can learn more about his unique events, workshops, and retreats at www.jeremyfalk.com or by connecting with him on Instagram.
6 + Years
Powerful alignment-based Bhakti Vinyasa flow
Peace, Resilience, Humility, and Compassion
As a personal trainer and casual yogi, I traveled Europe and Asia for a year to deepen my understanding of wellness. During my teacher training in Rishikesh, India, it was the first time I devoutly practiced asana, pranayama, meditation, and philosophy every day for 30 days and the effects were undeniable. I simultaneously felt lighter and more grounded, with a deep sense of calm and a profound connection to all life around me. I felt intimately the practice had the power to heal so much of our personal, political, economical, and environmental suffering that stems from the diseases of disassociation and disconnection to ourselves, each other, and our planet.
My parents undoubtedly provided me with the love, support, and wisdom that has shaped me into a strong and gentle man. I am in deep gratitude to my teachers Jason Crandell, Stephanie Snyder, Janet Stone, Shems Heartwell, and the Association for Yoga and Meditation in Rishikesh, India for informing the way that I teach. And I am in daily humility to the guru in everyone and everything, from the most benign moments to the most frustrating or ecstatically joyous ones.
My classes are a challenging alignment based Bhakti vinyasa that combines intelligent sequencing and practical philosophy with humor and heart. I encourage my students to stay connected to how the practice helps us show up in the world with more compassion, focus, resilience, humility, and patience. I love creating a safe space for people to test their edge or to simply let go of trying to do anything at all. I often remind my students that it's not the depth of the pose or the sum total of shapes you can make in an hour, it's the depth of breath and the attention of heart we can give to a moment
My mission is to help you feel fully alive, inspired, and in service to your heart's calling. I believe in the power of asana as a cathartic and somatic release from an overstimulating and frenetic world. At the same time, I am firmly grounded in the practice of meditation and the lost art of doing nothing to help us live from our balanced center. I aim to provide an experience that will allow you to cultivate peace, calm, and resilience so you can be fit for service late into your years with the privilege of taking care of others, instead of having to be taken care of.
I love teaching common poses like down dog, cobra, and warriors because there's so much detail often overlooked in the things we do most often and how we do anything is how we do everything. I also love teaching arm balances and backbends for the power and catharsis they offer us.
A favorite is definitely Urdhva Dhanurasana, it's like a kundalini awakening every time!
I'll always be a California boy in spirit! And, the 5 month's I spent living and studying yoga in India captured my soul and connected me to powerful past lives, as did Spain which captured my heart.