Classes by Cam Lee

Classes by Cam Lee

Cam is an established yoga teacher and multidisciplinary trainer. She found her love of yoga after a rock climbing accident that forced her to shift her perspective on movement and health. Her curiosity and passion for teaching movement has led her to study a wide variety of practices, including rock-climbing, yoga, pilates, gymnastics, circus performance, cross-fit, boxing, and high-intensity-interval-training. Cam is known for being able to balance on her hands almost as well as her feet. When teaching, she loves finding creative ways to help students push their boundaries and loosen those tight, hard to reach areas of the body. Cam is a well-rounded trainer who likes to find new challenges for herself and sees no end to how movement can be incorporated into one’s life.

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Classes by Cam Lee
  • Breath Foundations Class with Cam (4 Mins)

    Breathing is one of the most important things we do. Breathing correctly is an effective technique to reduce stress and increase our ability to move through life with a calm confidence. You can also practice these exercises in your car, on the bus, or while you are at work.

  • Reclined Hamstring

    Reclined Hamstring is a hamstring stretch supported by the ground. It’s a gentle stretch and great for opening the hips and reducing lower back pain.

  • Upward Facing Dog

    Upward Facing Dog is a pose that stretches the chest and spine while strengthening the wrists, arms and shoulders. It improves posture, energizes the body, and provides relief from fatigue.

  • Downward Facing Dog

    Downward Facing Dog is a common yoga pose. You’ll encounter it in Namaste Yoga as well as most yoga classes that you attend. The pose stretches the chest and shoulders, and strengthens the upper body, arms, shoulders, chest and legs. In other words, it strengthens and energizes the whole body.

  • Sun Salutation

    Sun Salutation sequences together some of the poses we’ve just learned: Plank pose, Forward Fold, Downward Facing Dog and Upward Facing Dog. The breath is key. Every movement in the sequence has a choreographed inhale or exhale.

  • PROGRAM GUIDE | Yoga Foundations

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    The Yoga Foundations program guide is designed to give you a visual reference of each pose, along with the variations of each, through high-quality photographs and descriptions, and also includes a customized 14-day training plan to get you started. It’s perfect if you are on the go and want some...