Vinyasa Flow | Nissa Gordon

Using breathing exercises and laughter to promote physiological and chemical changes for mind and body


$15.00 – $120.00 per person



About this experience

Vinyasa Yoga 

The hallmark of vinyasa is the organic flow of breath and moment. It literally means ‘to move in a special way’ and that special way is with awareness. Vinyasa involves moving quickly from one pose to the next in a flow. As you move through postures and sequences at a faster pace, you increase your heart rate.

While I am here to guide you, this is your vinyasa yoga practice, as such:

vinyasa yoga is accessible to all, however some modifications may be necessary, depending on the needs of the student. We practice barefoot, on yoga mats. Please wear comfortable clothing that allows movement.

 my training is trauma-informed. I encourage students to listen to the wisdom of their bodies and lean in to what feels good to them. I will provide students with visual and verbal cues to ensure proper alignment, etc. 

discomfort during practice is normal, however, pain is not normal! You are welcome to return to childs or corpse pose on your mat and focus on your breath at any time during practice. I am available to help you identify potential modifications to support your practice.

If you are pregnant, please listen to your body, do not engage in deep twisting poses. I am available to help you identify potential modifications to support your practice. 


  • $15-  Single Class 

  • $120- 10 Class Discoount Card (can be used on any movement classes priced at $15)

Where:  The Regenrus Wellness Center "A Haven for Holistic Living" 100 W. Oak Street #G110, Denton, TX, 76201 - Located in the TX Building Ground Floor on the Downtown Denton Square

Bring: Comfortable clothes, water, open heart to support your practice 


A portion of the cost of your experience is being donated to RegenrusCARES™ our 501(c)(3) on behalf of people, animals and our planet.

Your Host

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Hi friends! I’m Nissa. My first introduction into yoga was 1995 when I, along with a few college girlfriends scored a 28-day yoga practice at Recycled Books! This was long before the internet or yoga classes were highly accessible and so it wasn’t until I returned to UNT in 2007 that I started taking classes and practicing yoga regularly.
Despite becoming distracted and falling out of my practice within various seasons of my life, I have always returned to yoga. When COVID hit, I knew I was going to need more tools to manage my girls shift to distance learning, so I jumped headfirst into a 200 YTT program. Since then, I have completed 500 hours of yoga teacher training through Yoga Farms Ithaca, and laughter yoga training through Laughter Yoga International.
After toying with the idea of launching Om Sweet Dome Yoga for 1,825 days…. I am truly grateful to be in this moment and to share these practices with you! Sat Nam.