Sinclaire started her relationship with yoga because of its power to calm a fidgety mind, create balance and make space for reflection. She practices both to keep in motion and to slow down.
After graduating from TCU, Sinclaire joined the desk job labor force to see first hand the epidemic of the sedentary lifestyle. This inspired her to ramp up her own movement practice and to pursue stirring it in others. She strives to help bring movement to the stagnant, stillness to the overactive and balance to all.
Sinclaire is a born and raised Texan but her only giveaway is her horse Pioneer, with whom she spends a lot of her off-the-mat recreation hours with. Like the mat, the saddle is a great place to get in touch with movement and let go of the noise.
Sinclaire instructs the following:
Embodied Vinyasa Flow
An asana/flow class centered around experiential anatomy & somatic principles which supports conscious, free, easeful movement. This movement meditation allows the student to observe habits, increase body awareness, enhance motor learning, sharpen mental focus & increase overall understanding of themselves & the world around them.