Yoga is an expressive practice that has the potential to unleash an individual’s inner creativity and voice. By providing a means to find inner stillness through physical movement, breathing, and a focused mind, yoga inspires greater awareness of one’s authentic nature.
A Certified Kripalu Yoga Teacher since 2013, Adriana Rambay Fernández offers gentle, beginner, and moderate classes that support the process of self discovery with attention on the breath and alignment. Through an open, receptive, and steady approach, she guides students to a place of inner balance, harmony, and union.
Adriana teaches regularly in Jersey City, New Jersey and the broader New York metropolitan area. She has experience working with diverse audiences and populations. As a bilingual teacher, she has guided classes in Spanish and both English and Spanish. She has worked with survivors of domestic violence and women recovering from substance abuse. Adriana also guides free meditation classes at the Women’s Project at Christ Hospital.
As a member of Jersey City Writers, Adriana leads Yoga & Writing classes and writers’ retreats.
To schedule a private one-on-one yoga or small group session customized to your interests, please feel free to contact Adriana: (201) 497-0710. Or email: AdrianaRambayFernandez (at) gmail.com. To find a class or a studio where she teaches, take a look at her schedule.
Background and Training:
Adriana first began studying yoga during the summer of 2001. Shortly after witnessing the attacks on September 11, she found solace in the small, intimate community of her fellow yoga practitioners who came together to heal in a sacred space. Since then Adriana has explored yoga at a number of schools throughout the Northeast with teachers from various disciplines.
In June 2013, she received her 200-hour yoga teacher certification from the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. In August 2015, she began her 300-hour advanced training at Kripalu. She is a member of the Kripalu Yoga and Ayurveda Association and a registered member of the Yoga Alliance. She has also been trained in anatomy trains, trauma-sensitive yoga, and the therapeutic benefits of yoga. She began studying meditation in 2006.