Yoga para Tango
Cassandra Joy Hume began as a ballet dancer studying at the Washington School of Ballet, before studying theater, acting and playwriting at the University of Pennsylvania (UPENN). She found her yoga practice in New York in 2001 and completed her
200-Hour Hatha Vinyasa certification at
Om Factory School of Yoga with Amanda Wentworth and Holly Coles. Her other training includes Aerial Yoga Teacher Training at Om Factory and 'Mother Mary' Aranas’s Restorative training (Level 1), and Yoga Tune-up® Roll Method training.
Photo credit: Karen Fuchs.
Cassandra currently teaches Aerial Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga, and Restorative Yoga, as well as classes & workshops for Tango dancers. With a passion for both restorative practices and the therapeutic benefits of yoga, her classes work to find balance, more awareness and ease in the body through proper alignment.
For current classes in Nashville, see the Yoga Muttz Movement Lounge Class Schedule.
Cassandra's 'Yoga para Tango' classes and workshops are inspired by the movement and music of Argentine tango. Some think of dance as a moving meditation, a chance to connect, let go, find balance and be present in the moment. Like yoga, dancing can be a chance to find balance in our bodies.
Classes combine therapeutic elements with traditional yoga movements, woven together with the movement of Argentine tango.
Photo credit: Sylvana Tapia