Based in Richmond, Virginia, Raydiant Heat Yoga is the only one of its kind in its hometown. It is designed for every level of practiioner, across all ages groups and experience. Raydiant Heat Yoga uses a unique physical framework to give rise to personal enrichment. We proudly utilize the Baptiste Methodology and typically follow the Journey Into Power sequencing for our classes.
Whether you’re brand new to yoga or have been practicing for years, Jennie’s classes will be both physically and spiritually rewarding. Novices are encouraged through every sequence and those with more advanced practices will also find enhancement. The spirit of Jennie’s classes can be found in the physicality but also the “take it off the mat” challenges. in 60, 75 or 90 minutes you will likely meet your personal edge in several areas of growth.
“Jennie Ray is known for her authentic, non-judgemental teaching style and compassion-centered philosophy. She offers thought provoking meditations through her classes. She has encouraged my growth physically and spiritually” -Terrie L., Richmond, VA
“I’ve been an athlete my entire life. I’ve done dozens of different types of “workouts.” But I didn’t come to discover the gift that is yoga until Jennie shared it with me when I was 55 years old. Nothing has resonated with me in body, in mind, in spirit the way yoga does. Specifically, Baptiste Power Yoga. Why? because it’s not a “workout”; it’s a journey each and every time I step on my mat. Jennie is a master at the Baptiste sequence, but even more than that, she uses the practice to spur me into deeper, more meaningful inquiry of myself. Because of her instruction, I’ve gone from “Oh I’ll never be able to do that pose,” to being able to get up into wheel; but what she has taught me is that I get up into wheel now, not because of the development of my body, but because of the development of an open heart and an open mind that pushes beyond self-imposed limitations. As Jennie’s student, i feel guided by her instruction, but she also inspires me to be in my own power.” -Matt P., Richmond, VA