Extended-side-angle-2Ruth Gatling – Yogini, Mentor, Visionary

Ruth loves teaching locally as well as internationally. Locally, she teaches at a number of gyms and universities and the Princeton Center for Yoga and Health. She loves working with those who are just starting to explore yoga, college sports teams and women like herself (no longer 20-something. In other words, mature … in body if not in spirit).

Recent trips include retreats in Costa Rica, Croatia and Nova Scotia as well as teaching classes in Switzerland and England. Her training includes 500+ hours in Hatha and Ashtanga Vinyasa and extensive education in meditation, pranayama, philosophy, and physiology.

Ruth considers life to be a yoga practice and incorporates meditation and breath work in her daily routine as well as kettlebell training and yoga asana. She’s currently working on creating a podcast focused on providing yoga education through stories and interviews with people successfully incorporating yoga into their everyday lives. Another pet project is her trigger point self-massage and yin-style stretch program; MasendAsana. She hopes to formally launch this program in the fall of 2017.

Ruth currently offers private and small group programs in Vinyasa Flow, Power Yoga, Gentle yoga, Yin yoga, Masendasana (trigger point self-treatment), TRX, TRX Yoga, Balance and Flexibility, Meditation, and Pranayama (breathing exercises).
You can also attend classes with Ruth regardless of your location on the globe by signing up for live online classes

Ruth considers true fitness to be a combination of a healthy mind as well as a healthy body and is accessible to everyone regardless of age, physical or mental challenges.

She believes that life is all about creating balance between strength and flexibility, effort and rest, and activity and stillness. And it should always be fun.