Audrey Telfer

I began doing yoga as young kid, using a VHS tape my mom bought me and wobbling in and out of tree pose. Several years later, I took my first class at PYR and was instantly hooked on the dynamic and powerful movements we explore in every class. The mental and emotional aspects of yoga were slower to take hold, but eventually I found that the deep breathing we practice at PYR creates the critical link between the physical and psychological elements of yoga. My yoga practice is now a serious part of my life and has been since I started college. After I graduated, I went through the PYR teacher training program and began teaching the classes I love to take. As a teacher, I look to help my students cultivate a deep awareness of their breath through physically challenging postures and flows that demand a strong reliance on one’s inhales and exhales. I believe the most important part of being a yoga teacher is remaining a yoga student, so I’ll see you in class!


Audrey Telfer instructs the following:
  • Yoga Flow
  • Vinyasa for those wanting to experience a physically slower paced class. Yoga Flow will focus on working at a methodical pace. We will be holding postures, focusing on our breath, and at the same time creating a supple and toned body. Great place for beginners

  • Thanksgiving Flow
  • Join the awesome energy and people of the Plymouth Yoga Room community to kick off the holiday season! Enjoy a pre-meal detox through a fun, balanced flow. We will lead you through cleansing twists and dynamic openings, and create a powerful breath to carry with you into the day as you gather with family and friends.

  • Yin Flow
  • A fluid movement from posture to posture challenging you to connect your mind and body though your breath then use this to sooth tightness and release tension in longer holding "yin" postures. Creating an energized yet relaxed and refreshed body, mind and spirit.

  • Vinyasa
  • A dynamic series of sequenced postures that flow together designed to build great internal heat in order to purify the body with physically demanding postures done at the measure of your own breath.