Author: Alana Speed

My name is Alana Speed and I am a senior in the Mayborn School of Journalism program at UNT, majoring in public relations and double minoring in marketing and social science. I have been a vinyasa and yin-yoga teacher at the UNT REC for the past year and recently took a position teaching at Inspire Yoga! Although I feel like a baby in the yoga world, I am confident that I was put on this earth to love on people through teaching and practicing. I first started yoga for my anxiety, because it was MUCH cheaper than a therapist! I love my dog and tail-less cat, spending too much time and money at the grocery store, laughing at anything and going to new places. Connect with me!

Inspire Yoga’s Pose of the Month: Wild Thing

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Happy Monday, Inspire Yogis! I am excited to announce that we will be starting to do yoga poses of the month, featuring students and teachers at the Denton and Highland Village (& hopefully Grapevine) studios! In these blogs, my hopes for you is to explore the benefits of different asanas, find variations and warm-ups for […]

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Yoga at Home vs. Yoga in a Studio

posted by Alana Speed

Happy Monday, Yogis! Before I dive right into my experiences of an at-home and in-studio yoga practice, I wanted to introduce myself since it’s my first blog with Inspire! My name is Alana Speed, I am a senior (thank heavens) at the University of North Texas, majoring in public relations with a double minor in […]

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