Jeannie Costabile

Jeannie began practicing yoga after her third child was born. It was a way to ease back into fitness. Little did she know, it would change her not only physically, but mentally as well. She continues to be an avid practitioner and has completed her 200 RYT certification through Hot Power Yoga Center.

She is an extreme believer that yoga is for every BODY! The only requirement during class is to breathe. Breath calms the mind, allowing the body to move deeper into poses, creating a more open being, bringing the yoga practice off the mat and into everyday life.

Jeannie prides herself on teaching each class to all levels and abilities. Whether you are just beginning your journey or have a strong practice, she will have something to offer you through compassion, love and kindness. Ultimately, leaving you feeling your absolute best and ready to take on the day!

Jeannie Costabile instructs the following:
  • Hot Power Vinyasa All Levels
  • The word Vinyasa means “linking breath to movement.” Vinyasa yoga classes are creative and teachers take students on a journey where the poses are found through breath. Vinyasa yoga is sometimes referred to as flow yoga since students flow from pose to pose in this style of class. In this vigorous flow students will be led through Sun Salutations, side bends, heart openers, backbends, hip openers, inversions, arm balances, standing poses, forward folds, core, twists and a floor sequence. These classes are for all levels.

  • "Aromaflow" Hot Power Vinyasa with Aromatherapy
  • This class was developed and created by Kristin Caforio-Marengo. She merged her two loves of oils and yoga and created this class. In this all levels heated vinyasa flow class, we diffuse 100% pure therapeutic grade essential oils throughout the practice.  The oils will change every class, to help students learn about the benefits of Young Living essential oils. Also, during Savasana (corpse pose) students will receive an essential oil infused mist with the featured oil of the day!
    Essential Oil aromas stimulate the part of the brain that affects emotion.  The shape of an essential oil molecule is like a key that opens lock-like structure in the olfactory nerve receptors in our nostrils.  The impression of the aroma is sent directly and immediately to the limbic system where memories are stored and pleasure and emotions are perceived.  When stimulated, the limbic system releases chemicals that affect the central nervous system.  Serotonin counteracts anxiety, and endorphins reduce pain.