PowerFlow | 75 Minutes with Music!

This class is taught by:

Krissi Green

I first walked through the doors of Salt Lake Power Yoga in November of 2012 with a desire to strengthen my yoga practice and foster my love for movement. I fell in love with the SLPY community and all that the studio offers. I remained faithful to my mat throughout all nine months of my pregnancy in that gloriously heated space and could not wait to return. I had the privilege of completing SLPY’s first teacher training program, graduating in November 2013, and now am enjoying leading others through their own journey of yoga. After all, we are all on our own journey and there is something about rolling out your mat, submitting to the process, and discovering what you have to work with in each class.

Kendall Banks

I discovered yoga during my sophomore year in high school – a particularly difficult time

for me. However, it was my yoga practice and community that helped me persevere and find my authentic way of being. My journey of self-discovery continued as I traveled to Bali and Thailand in the summer of 2012 to expand my understanding of the history and philosophy of yoga. Inspired and confident that yoga would be my way of life, I soon sought another opportunity to grow. At 18 and as the youngest of nearly 200 trainees from all over the world, I travelled to the Catskill Mountains in NY for an intensive week of Level 1 Baptiste yoga training. Within this powerful community, I cultivated friendships for a lifetime and developed a constant thirst for deepening my physical, educational, and spiritual practice of life.

In 2014, I completed my 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training at Sid Yoga in Towson, MD, Baptiste Art of Assisting in Lancaster, PA, and Baptiste Level 2 in Sedona, AZ. These trainings offered me an unprecedented opportunity for self-exploration and growth, and I was inspired to stand in my presence and power. As a teacher, I bring community and compassion into every class. I empower my students to let go of fear, and to act from a place of self-love and unconditional compassion for others.

I grew up in the D.C. area and studied Justice and Peace at Georgetown University. I served the greater D.C. community as a volunteer and intern for many non-profits and taught yoga to underserved children through the organization, YoKid. In May of 2016, I moved to Salt Lake City to pursue a job at the International Rescue Committee. Within the first month of living in SLC, I discovered Salt Lake Power Yoga and have been booked since. The SLPY Tribe has become my Utah family, and I am grateful every day to be able to experience and share what I love with this inspiring and welcoming community.

In addition to living and breathing yoga, I love to travel with my family and friends, hike and ski in the mountains, cook delicious vegan dishes, listen to live music, and dance!

I look forwarding to seeing you on your mat soon!

Karlee Justice

I came to my first Baptiste style yoga class in 2011 after growing tired of my regular exercise routine and with the strong encouragement from a close friend. Through the vigorous practice, I had found the physical challenge that I was looking for and became hooked immediately. Prior to yoga, my regular exercise background mainly consisted of an “in your face” CrossFit style daily workout along with a grueling and time-consuming high impact cardio regimen. I was essentially wearing myself out. With my yoga practice I have learned to listen to my body as much as my heart and my heart as much as my head, and to not take myself too seriously when I’m on (and off) my mat. I have found peace and quiet in my mind, a place away from all the chatter…something I had never been able to find before. I see all of the positive changes slowly taking place in my life and I just cannot stop myself from spreading the word and sharing it with everyone.

Approaching instruction with a deep spiritual reverence for the sacredness of yoga coupled with a joyous playful sense of humor, my classes offer a safe, nurturing and challenging environment for students to come and explore their mental and physical boundaries.

I completed my 200 hour teacher training with SLPY in November, 2013 and am so excited to be a part of the SLPY instructor staff. I feel extremely grateful to the entire SLPY team for giving a part of themselves in every class and for creating such a supportive and loving community at our studio.

Outside of yoga, I am a registered dental hygienist. Off my mat and when I’m not telling people to floss I try to spend as much time possible outdoors with my dogs. I am blessed with a large community of amazing friends and family who keep my cup full. I’m also a huge fan of live music and a sucker for small venues.

Keep doing yoga. Get out of your own way. Enjoy life. Smile.

Breathe. I’ll see you on your mat!

Nick Vought

I have been fitness oriented since I was little, whether it was playing sports, running, snowboarding, biking, I loved being active. Growing up in Park City, I played football and ran track in high school. I played football at Utah State University from 2009 to 2011. I have always enjoyed working out with the challenges and results it's brought me, and that's all I really knew.

In 2013 my mom started working for a company called Baptiste yoga. At the time I didn't really know anything about it. I thought yoga was this thing that people went to become more flexible. I had never taken a yoga class before in my life, and eventually my mom got me to go to my first class with her. It was a hot power flow class similar to SLPY and at the end of it I thought I was going to pass out from exhaustion. Before this class if you were to tell me that a yoga class could be as physically intense as the workouts I did in college I would have laughed at the idea.

After taking my first class I was hooked, I wanted to be like those yoga masters on Instagram who do the crazy inversions and advanced poses. I am a very competitive person by nature and in classes I was always competing with the person on the mat beside me. Starting my yoga journey I looked at yoga as this great work out that not only builded strength but flexibility at the same time. It wasn't until my first teacher training in 2014 that I came to realize yoga was so much more then that. That teacher training opened me up to this whole new muscle I had never payed attention to, which was literally right between my eyes. I began learning about the philosophy of yoga and what a yoga practice truly meant. Yoga became this vessel for me to not only stay healthy physically, but mentally as well. I never really saw myself teaching, but after my first training I craved it even more. With an open mind I went to my level 2 training the following year in 2015. I learned that these comfort zones we limit ourselves to can be stepped out of to do the things we have always wanted to, and that we've just been too afraid or not ready to do them before.

Yoga for me has now transformed into a time I can develop and work on finding my true north and becoming that person I've always wanted to be. My goal as a teacher is to try and give my students the same life changing experience I had with yoga, and help them discover the limitless potential yoga can bring to their day to day lives.

Greg Galloway

My yoga journey began over 6 years ago at the recommendation of my Physical Therapist due to on-going running injuries. My gym offered yoga and I found myself becoming a regular at some of the classes. With some a little bit of “peer pressure” I was persuaded to try another local studio where I found a greater appreciation for yoga. During this same time some friends who were out of state through Facebook posts realized we all had started practicing yoga. One of us made a suggestion to do 30 day yoga challenge, each time we practiced, we posted on Facebook that we had completed that day’s yoga practice holding each other accountable. I thought I was already hooked with a healthy addiction to yoga, but that 30 day challenge sparked my curiosity as I started to see shifts in my life. I began to find ways to learn more about yoga.

Fast forward a few years I found myself on my mat at Salt Lake Power Yoga. The flow and the heated practice felt amazing in my body. At SLPY I found what I was looking for: a practice that challenges me physically, emotionally, and spiritually to find my edge so that I can continue to grow and be more fully present in my life and for the people in my life.

With no real desire to teach, Jen Reuben kept suggesting I consider teaching. With some hesitation I started teaching and completed my Level 1 Baptiste Training in June 2013. My intention for each class is to create a powerful experience through an invigorating practice with movement and breath. My classes are rigorous and fun, working out both body and mind. I am lucky that I get to share my love of yoga and this life-changing practice as an instructor at SLPY. I am continually inspired by our commUNITY here at SLPY and learn from all of you. Hope to see you soon in the studio and on your mat getting your sweat on!

All levels 75 minute SLPY Flow® with Music!

Upcoming classes:

  • Tue Aug 14 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm with Krissi Green
  • Thu Aug 16 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm with Kendall Banks
  • Fri Aug 17 9:00 am - 10:15 am with Jessica Privett
  • Sun Aug 19 4:00 pm - 5:15 pm with Karlee Justice
  • Tue Aug 21 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm with Kendall Banks
  • Thu Aug 23 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm with Krissi Green
  • Fri Aug 24 9:00 am - 10:15 am with Jessica Privett
  • Sun Aug 26 4:00 pm - 5:15 pm with Karlee Justice
  • Tue Aug 28 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm with Nick Vought
  • Thu Aug 30 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm with Krissi Green
  • Fri Aug 31 9:00 am - 10:15 am with Jessica Privett
  • Sun Sep 02 4:00 pm - 5:15 pm with Karlee Justice
  • Tue Sep 04 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm with Greg Galloway
  • Thu Sep 06 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm with Krissi Green
  • Fri Sep 07 9:00 am - 10:15 am with Jessica Privett
  • Sun Sep 09 4:00 pm - 5:15 pm with Karlee Justice
  • Tue Sep 11 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm with Greg Galloway
  • Thu Sep 13 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm with Krissi Green
  • Fri Sep 14 9:00 am - 10:15 am with Jessica Privett
  • Sun Sep 16 4:00 pm - 5:15 pm with Karlee Justice