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Massage Therapy & Yoga Instruction | Brainerd, Baxter, Nisswa

Staff

Matthew J. Rohr, CMT/CYT
Massage Therapy (CMT) & Yoga Instruction (CYT)
218.232.5156
clharts@gmail.com

Matthew is the owner of CLHA, a certified 600 hour Aveda Institute Massage Therapist and certified 240 hour Aura Yoga Hatha Yoga Instructor. He began his massage practice in 2001 and began teaching yoga in 2006 which led to the opening of CLHA in 2008.  Through his years of experience in massage therapy and yoga instruction, Matthew has facilitated increased range of motion, improved balance, reduced pain and stiffness, and fostered whole body health in his clients and students.  He believes we must learn to love the practice of transformation and be pleased in its results.

“Yoga is a challenging and rewarding practice that connects us to a greater awareness of this present time and the constant change the body and mind are experiencing.” – Matthew Rohr

When Matthew gets time away from the studio, he enjoys spending time with his wife and four children.  He is an avid runner who is very passionate about the benefits of barefoot running and trains Jiu Jitsu for balance.

Matthew currently teaches Yoga I and II classes and offers deep tissue massage service by appointment. Day and evening appointments are available. He also provides private and group yoga instruction and in home bodywork services.


Amy Jendro, RYT 500
Yoga Instruction (RYT 500)
218.330.3975
clhayogafusion@gmail.com
http://theexperienceofselfdiscovery.blogspot.com/

Amy has been practicing yoga since 2006 and completed her 500 RYT training at Yoga North in Duluth in 2011. Amy brings to her teaching knowledge of somatics, therapeutic and classical yoga as well as an appreciation for the opportunity yoga gives you to learn and understand yourself. She is passionate about the biomechanical movements of the body and strives to encourage each student to understand the importance of listening to their own bodies in practice. Her philosophy on yoga practice is to move steady and easy, commit to a regular practice and let go of any attachment to the outcome. All you need to do is understand, trust and honor your body and let your yoga practice evolve without forcing it. This is the way to finding balance, vitality, radiance and grace in your practice and eventually daily life.

“My advice to any yoga student is to approach their practice with awareness and enthusiasm versus ambition and desire.  Experience yoga, do not just do yoga.  Eventually you come to trust the wisdom that grows out of that experience and your entire life will change.  You learn to trust yourself.” – Amy Jendro

Amy has been living in the Brainerd Lakes Area since 2001 and lives with her husband, Matt Jendro, and their two furry feline children, Kiko and Zeke. As a project leader at the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, she is an advocate of the environment and strives to leave the world a better place for our generations to come. She enjoys hiking in the woods, yoga philosophy and history, and performing random acts of kindness whenever possible.

Amy currently instructs Sunrise Yoga and Yoga I classes at CLHA. She is also available for private sessions, specialized workshops and group instruction for either yoga practice or yoga philosophy. You can also check out her blog at: http://theexperienceofselfdiscovery.blogspot.com/