Nicole Brar is a yoga instructor who provides instruction in all branches of yoga, including hatha, bhakti, jana and hot yoga. Nicole also teaches basic yoga routines which she choreographs herself with a fitness training focus.
Nicole Brar has been practicing yoga on a daily basis for more than 15 years. She initially approached the discipline from a physical health and fitness training perspective. Utilizing yoga as a way to stretch and warm up her body, Nicole’s personal fitness regimen regularly starts with a 10 minute basic yoga routine. In this routine, she performs basic energy boosting poses, such as the mountain, tree, cat, plank and standing backbend poses.
Having studied the discipline and practice at length, Nicole Brar understands that yoga is so much more than a physical fitness program. It is a full mind and body discipline that has the power to Even when approached as a fitness routine, Nicole finds that yoga practice inspires a sense of calm, relaxation and consciousness. This helps inspire a sense of clarity that pumps this fitness trainer up for her workouts — and she finds that her clients feel the same! In her fitness training programs, Nicole regularly replaces general stretches with yoga poses, as a warmup. Clients appreciate how this heightens their focus in the workout that follows, which often yields much more productive results. This comes as no surprise to this longtime instructor, as that’s exactly what yoga is all about: both mind and body, in unison.
Nicole is also looking forward to offering more advanced yoga courses that focus on the branches of hatha, bhakti and jana.
Nicole Brar is currently in the process of developing a touring hot yoga class. As of right now, all of her health and fitness, nutrition and yoga instruction programs are available exclusively in virtual reality, by appointment only. However, she has big plans for in-person classes in the future! She is particularly interested in creating a hot yoga class because she has been amazed by the results she has experienced. More than just your average yoga routine, hot yoga pumps up the intensity, heart rate and muscle-building potential just as much as it pumps up the heat. And at temperatures of up to 105 degrees fahrenheit, that is quite hot!