David Beretta III

David is an experienced registered yoga teacher who received his 200-hour certification from Eyes of the World Yoga in 2006. He is grateful to the many teachers who have shared their knowledge with him, and to the people in his life who have challenged him to learn and grow in the ways he needed most. These lessons have influenced David’s teaching, no matter what style of yoga. Whether he is teaching a restorative class or moderately vigorous vinyasa, his approach brings a compassionate, mindful, and meditative quality to the experience.
David encourages students to bring their practice off the mat and incorporate it into their daily lives. Trying to take his own advice, David practices moving with mindful awareness in his life as a husband, father, friend, and engineer (at least most of the time).


David Beretta III instructs the following:
  • Meditation
  • Meditating with others is great way to anchor your practice and effect change. Session may include simple guidance and/or breathwork. No experience necessary. This is a free community offering.

  • Yoga I/II
  • This is one of our Foundations classes.

     

    This Yoga I/II blended class includes key instruction for beginner yogis, while offering options for experienced yogis to deepen and further their practice. Teachers address various levels while adapting to students' needs.


  • Yin Yoga
  • This is one of our Focused classes.
     
    Yin Yoga poses are performed seated or lying down using props and slow transitional movements that massage and lubricate the body’s sheath of connective tissue as well as the mind’s power of observation. Sustaining each pose for a period of time pairs intentional stillness with steady compression to signal a “rest and restore” mode for the central nervous system thus promoting digestion, muscle repair and organ detoxification.

  • Immersion Flow

  • This is one of our Flow classes.
     
    In this Vinyasa-style class, students explore their personal and physical edge—as well as self-awareness and intention—by cultivating core stability through complex poses (such as inversions and balancing postures) in sequences that invite precision and mindfulness. Yogis stretch and strengthen muscles while energizing the body and stimulating the mind.