I started Massage Therapy training in 2009 at Florida College of Natural Health in Maitland, FL and finished in 2010. After a little bit more travel I landed back in my hometown of St. Louis, MO where I continue to build the majority of my client base. I finished my first 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training  in March of 2012 through West-East Yoga in St. Louis, MO. I also did a 300 hour Yoga Teacher Training in March of 2017 through Sampoorna Yoga in Goa, India.

I am currently studying to add Personal Training to my resume so I can offer more client specific programs to get you where you need to be within goals specific to your fitness journey.

Currently I work with individuals, or small to large scale businesses teaching Yoga and other classes. I live with my partner and 3 dogs in South St. Louis. 

If you are looking for a class in the local St. Louis or elsewhere check out the Class and Events Calendar. If you want to schedule a time for a single or small group class or meet, in person, online or just have questions related to Yoga Contact me. Thank you!

-Josh Lynn

Licensed Massage Therapist/ Meditation, Yoga, and Fitness Instructor

Class Descriptions

 Always all levels, with options to modify from start to finish.

Yin Yoga and Meditation

Very slow and mindful movements with long holds in postures. This class becomes a deep reflection as your body and mind work towards a release. At the end focusing on various points of attention in order to become more present and self-aware. This practice even for a few short minutes a day could reduce stress, promote relaxation, and enhance personal and spiritual growth.

Concept: Stillness, attention, relaxation.


This is a gentle introduction to a breath to movement (Vinyasa) class style with the option to do some longer holds in restorative postures to provide better alignment in the spine and other major joint groups. 

Concept: movement to breath, long holds for some seated postures.


Here you’ll find a nice balance of intensity with ease. If you feel a pace is ever too much you can always take a break (this should apply to any practice), but with this class generally there are plenty of warm-ups and modifications to keep you feeling comfortable.

Concept: Movement and breath connection, standing balance posture options, some inversion options.

Power Yoga

A class that provides strength building with the opportunity to modify if needed, but continues to provide a strong pace with lots of pulsing options. This is a heat building sequence followed by a short cool down and rest.

Challenge: Synchronize breath to movement with pulsation, faster movements, standing and arm balancing options, more heat (if in studio).

Cardio Flows

Experience both cardio and strength exercises followed by a gentle stretch or yoga flow.

Challenge: Cardio, Flexibility

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