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FREE – YOGA AT THE FLEA will occur once a month at location of The Youngstown Flea. Yoga class time: 10A to 10:45A. Yoga class Location: Green lawn space in front of The Youngstown Flea. 110 Freeman Alley (next to the Covelli Center)

Yoga at the Flea is a Community Class. It is DONATION based! We welcome every experience level (including no experience at all)! Bring family, friends, spouses, children and pets! No mat? No problem! Yoga mats will be available to borrow. What should I wear/bring?
Wear comfortable clothes that are easy to move around in (jeans are not recommended). A yoga mat (if you have one) and some water. After Yoga at the Flea, stick around and enjoy everything The Youngstown Flea has to offer! Antiques. Artisans. Farmers. Food Trucks. Vintage and so much more!


Melissa Kimpel

Melissa Kimpel, a registered yoga instructor through Yoga Alliance has been happily teaching out of Columbiana, OH for several months. She fell in love with yoga right away; hooked from the first time she tried it. Not only does yoga increase strength and flexibility in the body, it teaches to be calm, peaceful and in the present moment.

“REGARDLESS OF RACE, RELIGION, BODY TYPE OR BACKGROUND, EVERY HUMAN BEING DESERVES TO EXPERIENCE YOGA.” Students are always surprised by the amazing things their bodies can do when they just let go of insecurities and give it a try!


Jenna Forte

Beginning yoga in 2010, Jenna Forte started as a fresh yogi without a single ounce of knowledge regarding this transformational lifestyle. During her years of practice, she began to understand the importance of breathing and immersed herself in the flow of movement and grounding of poses. Jenna completed “For the Love of Yoga” 200 hour yoga certification training under Erin Kouvas in Spring of 2015. She teaches hot power yoga and power yoga basics at a number of local studios. Through her journey, Jenna endeavors to help others live lightly through a deep connection between the mind, body, emotions, and spirit. Her purpose is to inspire and to make a difference. She encourages her students to get out of their comfort zones, to be brave, fearless, and to feel alive. Jenna strives to help her students truly discover who they are by living authentically without fear, doubt, or judgment. She teaches her students how to move through the heart with love, intention, and energy, and how to love themselves for who they are. Jenna’s passion for teaching comes from within as she guides from her own experiences of overcoming obstacles through all aspects of yoga.


Harley Carroll

I finished my 200-hour teacher training three years ago this summer and have been teaching as much as possible ever since. Currently, I teach at few classes each week at Studio Oxygen and Branch Street Coffee Roasters. I have been practicing yoga for as long as I can remember in one way or another, whether it be working with my breath or practicing poses. I love yoga because it gives you the space to slow down, breathe, and see what’s going on inside your mind and body. It doesn’t judge or try and make you be anything other than exactly who you are at any moment. I love teaching yoga because I get to share some of the joy it brings me to my students- I love seeing a smile on their faces during difficult poses and reminding them that they are capable of anything! I will be teaching an all levels vinyasa class at the flea, so everyone can join!


Lindsey Hect

Lindsay Hecht is the owner of The Yoga Yard and head yoga coach at The Train Station Fitness in Boardman, OH. She received her certification in the fall of 2015 in Canfield Ohio. In her spare time she works part time dental hygiene and enjoys spending time with friends, boyfriend, and dog.