Alex Bauermeister
Founder of Intra Yoga Therapy
Certified E-RYT 200 / E-RYT 500

Certified IAYT Yoga Therapist
Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider

Alex Bauermeister is an ever-learning awareness junkie helping people find more connection, agency and meaning in their lives. With a focus on therapeutic and trauma-informed yoga, Alex helps clients find relief from the mind-body manifestations of anxiety, depression, stress, and trauma. Alex offers 1-on-1 yoga therapy in addition to teaching public yoga classes, workshops, and training programs around New England.

Alex has over 1000 hours of training as a Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapist, Kripalu yoga teacher, social change activist and group facilitator, complemented by life-long apprenticeships in body-based healing and psychology. Alex's background in social justice and anti-racism work brings an understanding of power and privilege to her teaching. She strives to hold safer space for people from many diverse backgrounds and experiences, and for those who don't necessarily have positive associations with yoga and/or therapy.

You can get in touch with Alex at alex@intrayogatherapy.com and www.intrayogatherapy.com.

Alex's Studio Teaching Experience
Massachusetts | JP Centre Yoga | Coolidge Yoga | Boston Sports Clubs | Akasha Studio
Connecticut | New York Sports Clubs | Sacred Movement
Vermont | Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy Center | Geezum Crow | Indy Yoga | Yoga Mountain Center | Village Nest

Teaching Specialties
Slow Flow, Gentle Flow, Flow & Restore, Restorative Yoga, Kripalu Yoga, Partner Yoga, Yoga Therapy

Assisting Experience
Center for Whole Communities, VT
Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, MA
Omega Institute, NY
Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy Center, VT
Prana Power Yoga, MA

Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy Certification IAYT & RYT 500 (2014)
Kripalu Yoga Teacher Training E-RYT 200 (2011)
Prana Power Yoga Hands-on Assistant Training (2009)
Brandeis University Master of Business Administration (2007)
University of Massachusetts Amherst Bachelor of Political Science and Sociology (2004)