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Past Tense (Lamont)
3169 Mt Pleasant St. NW Entrance on Lamont (upstairs)
Washington, DC 20010

Level: This class is recommended for those with some yoga experience and a solid understanding of the basic poses and transitional movements. 

Class Description: This class is designed around a themed playlist to inspire movement to music you love. Students can expect themes focused on genre of music (pop music, Hip Hop), decades ('90s, oldies), music "rivals" (Prince vs. Madonna), and seasonal (holiday tunes). 

Jenna Grubman

Jenna has played multiple sports all her life, but it wasn’t until moving to DC from Indiana in 2009 that she realized yoga was the perfect balance for her active lifestyle. Beyond yoga, Jenna works for First Book, an education equity nonprofit, chases her two young kids around with her husband, and loves a good dinner party.

Nate Byer

While he didn't know it at the time, Nate first found yoga in middle school when his basketball coach led the team through pre-game breathing exercises. After decades of competitive sports, Nate began practicing yoga in earnest at Past Tense, falling for the powerful combination of physical effort, mental balance, and patience. He creates classes with a focus on breath and rigorous flows that help focus the mind.

Angel Gonzalez

Angel discovered yoga in college and was drawn to it because it provided a profound sense of clarity, guidance, and release during a difficult time. Angel teaches yoga because it can be a powerful avenue for self-exploration and discovery. He aims to bring awareness to sensations, thoughts, actions, and reactions to understand the habits and patterns we can cultivate to support clarity, compassion, friendship, inner peace, stability, and strength.

Emma Ford

Emma initially fell in love with yoga as a college student looking for stress relief. Since then, it's become a way for her to move, find a home in her body, understand emotions, and become a better human being. Emma completed her 200-hour training at Yoga District and has previous background teaching group fitness classes. She intends to create an inviting environment where students feel welcome to make their practice their own.  And she teaches playful classes designed to strike a balance between effort and ease.

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