Community Classes

We offer many yoga and wellness classes in our SuperCharge! Sanctuary.  Browse the instructor bios and their class offerings below, to find one that fits.


Instructor Bios


Anthony Schmitt

class times:  Monday eves 6 - 7 p.m.

Anthony Schmitt

nonfinite@gmail.com

I have been a practitioner of yoga since 2014, when I attended a weekly class taught at Pinnacle Health and fitness in downtown Madison, WI. Since then I have frequented classes throughout the Madison area, moving from Dragonfly to Inner Fire to The Studio depending on my home location at the time. Eventually I began to attend intensives, and this was when my passion for teaching yoga truly developed. After a session in Minneapolis with the accomplished instructor Max Strom, I signed up for an online 200 hour teacher training course through the Aura Wellness Center out of Attleboro, MA.

 

My training is equal parts practical and theoretical. As an instructor, I am focused on guiding students through a practice of self-healing. I do this by bringing focus to the breath (pranayama) and then uniting that breath with movement (asana).

 

My musical selections may be different from what you are accustomed to hearing in a yoga class from time to time. When it comes to yoga, I’m a fan of spiritual/uplifting/prayer songs, electronic music, and occasionally, I like to experiment with binaural tones, ambient soundscapes, and other audio that can induce a trancelike state in the listener. I am also very fond of the sound of a classroom full of students practicing Ujjayi breathing, so no music is also something I choose frequently.

 

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Nikki Burke 

class times:  Wednesdays mornings:  6 - 7 a.m. & Thursdays eves:  6 - 7 p.m.

Nikki Burke

nikkiburke0508@gmail.com

My discovery of meditation and yoga practices began four years ago.  Theses practices came into my life at a time when I needed them the most and for that I am truly grateful.  I began to practice meditation and yoga on my own, then joined a local studio to grow my yoga practice.

By chance, or perhaps fate I had the opportunity do my 200 RYT through Breathe for Change. As an educator I jumped at the chance to bring these practices into a job I truly love.

 

After my training I began offering weekly yoga classes for my staff as well as my students.  From there my teaching practice grew and I am now offering classes in Madison as well as at summer music festivals.

 

My passion is teaching flow yoga classes that offer a safe space to let go and focus on self. I invite my students to free themselves from the hustle and bustle of life for an hour and to focus on themselves.  It gives me great joy to see the peace that comes to my students after our time together.  I have much to be grateful for in this life and teaching yoga is without a doubt something I am truly grateful for. I look forward to practicing with you