JEFF ROJAS | YOGA TEACHER | DJ
Silent Disco Yoga
7:45 pm Friday, May 19th
Kefi Yoga Studio
Get ready to flow and move to the beat with Silent Disco Yoga! Led by experienced yoga teacher Imari Meyer and brought to you by DJ Jeff, this unique class combines the tranquility of yoga with the energy of a music festival. DJ Jeff’s crafted music mixes will guide you through the practice, helping you find your breath and rhythm in each pose.
To fully immerse yourself in the experience, you’ll wear specially designed wireless glowing headphones, creating a serene and meditative environment for your yoga practice. The silent disco aspect of the class allows you to connect with your inner self and tune out external distractions, enhancing your mind-body connection.
This class is perfect for yogis of all levels who are looking for a new and exciting way to practice yoga. Whether you’re a seasoned yogi or a beginner, you’ll leave the class feeling relaxed, energized, and connected. Join us for Silent Disco Yoga and experience the magic of movement, music, and mindfulness!
My journey into Yoga began over a decade ago when my martial arts teacher suggested Yoga to improve my mental focus and core strength. I soon discovered that Yoga offered a spiritual balance that complemented my martial arts and fitness training. In 2008 I completed my first 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training under the renowned Yoga teacher Annie Carpenter. I began teaching Hatha Yoga shortly after that.
In 2011, I took my first class at a CorePower Yoga studio. I instantly fell in love with the intensity of a heated practice that combined Yoga, fitness, and music. Then, I furthered my training by becoming certified to teach CorePower’s signature Yoga Sculpt and Power Yoga classes. In 2019, I completed an advanced 300-hour Yoga Teacher Training program at YogaWorks under the mentorship of Gigi Snyder.
Besides teaching Yoga, I am also a Director of Project Management at a communications technology company in Southern California. I have an MBA from Cal State Monterey Bay, in case you are interested. As a technologist, I can see the value of Yoga as a technology. It is a technology that can empower and help us with the challenges we face in our lives.
My passion is to serve my community by empowering others through this ancient and magnificent technology of Yoga. Hence why sometimes I don’t say I teach power yoga but instead say “empowerment yoga.” Yoga can certainly make one’s body healthier, but the real value is how it can improve one’s character and sense of compassion.
And I personally think the world could use more compassion!