Our mission at Humble Warrior Power Yoga is to provide all students the opportunity to find their inner warrior through the practice of yoga.
The team at Humble Warrior Power Yoga seek to offer a safe, yet powerful space, that ignites a strong sense of community and fuels incredible growth and transformation.
What We Offer
Infrared light rays heat you from the inside out as opposed to just the air around you. It is the ultimate detox and has so many health benefits which include; Reducing pain, Smooth skin, healthy heart, detox and calorie burn. Infrared heat is the ultimate heat for a hot classes, set to 95 with no humidity.
Classes for All Levels
Whether it’s your first time or experience practitioner we have a variety of classes for you. All classes have a well thought out playlist to help you groove through your classes. In addition all classes will end in aromatherapy savasana (cold clothes with an assortment of Dotera oils). Learn More
Here at humble we are committed to offering the best teachers who are extremely qualified in varieties of yoga for all levels. Learn More
The studio is new, clean and perfect to call home. We have showers, a top retail selection and coffee and kombucha to go!
Things to Know
Before You Come
- Stay hydrated
- Eat a small snack
- Sign up in advance so you have a spot
What to Bring
- Reusable water bottle
- Mat (rental also available)
- Towel (mat and shower)
- Comfy clothes that will absorb sweat easily
- Arrive 15 min early
- Late comers not permitted (sorry)
- Phone free studio (no exceptions)
- Practice room is a silent space
Fenway Friday $5 community class
- Pick any ten classes
- Never expires
- Begin your transformation with 50% off your first month
- Start showing up to your mat daily and see the shift begin
- 30 days of unlimited classes for half the price of our monthly membership
- No commitment, No stress, Good vibes only
- Limited to one per person
- Unlimited classes!
- Free Manduka mat and towel rental (no more laundry)
- 10% off all retail
- 20% off all workshops
- Free guest per month
- We also have drop-in classes, more class cards and memberships!
Owner and Instructor
Genevieve Hoellrich began practicing yoga over 13 years More...
Genevieve Hoellrich began practicing yoga over 13 years ago in Montreal Canada as a powerful method of healing on an emotional, mental and physical level. After several years of a consistent and needed yoga practice, she felt inspired to become a certified yoga instructor and share her love and belief in the benefits of a yoga practice.
Owner and Instructor
Talitha began her Yoga journey at the age of 13 when he More...
Talitha began her Yoga journey at the age of 13 when her sister brought her along to join her yoga class. She felt like her mat was a magical carpet...and the magic of her mat has been a constant in her life ever since.
Karen was born and raised in the Midwest and is a dedi More...
Karen was born and raised in the Midwest and is a dedicated student and teacher of the practice of Power Yoga. She has been a fitness enthusiast of all kinds since her days as a college student-athlete, yet more specifically dedicated to her yoga practice since the birth of her first child more than 10 years ago. During those hectic times of new motherhood, she stumbled across a yoga studio in Michigan as an attempt to find an outlet for the stressors of life, but discovered much more…an intense passion for the practice and it's life changing capabilities. She then decided to share that passion by attaining her 200 hour teacher training with Jonny Kest…master teacher of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga and meditation. She trained under Kest for three years before moving to Wisconsin where she had the privilege to teach in a variety of settings—including schools and universities. Her classes are challenging, yet accessible to all levels, and carefully built upon the Baptiste Power Yoga foundations. In addition to teaching yoga, Karen holds her personal trainer certification through the International Sports and Science Association (ISSA), and is also involved in the National Charity League of New Hampshire. Karen resides in Bedford NH with her husband and three children Bailey, Izzy, and Jack.
Coming from a background of competitive gymnastics, dis More...
Coming from a background of competitive gymnastics, distance running, and intense strength training, Rachel never thought Yoga would be for her and she says, she couldn’t have been more wrong! Rachel took her first Baptiste Power Yoga class during a transitional time in her life; it was life changing for her. She thought running miles and miles would help her clear her head and create a better relationship with herself. Running didn’t provide that, Yoga did. It quieted her mind, taught her how to slow down and breathe, to trust herself, and helped her gain back self confidence. After that very first class, she says she was hooked. After attending many classes with Baptiste Master teacher Alice Riccardi, Rachel knew she had to “pay it forward”, share what Baptiste yoga had done for her, and become a teacher. Rachel attended both Level 1 and Level 2 teacher training with Baron Baptiste and started her teaching career at Portland Power Yoga in Portland Maine. Rachel continued training with teachers form all over New England - Roberto Lim, Gregor Singleton, Coeli Marsh, Elizabeth Huntsman. Rachel is also a fitness trainer in the Greater Manchester area. Rachel encourages all of her clients to have a well-rounded program that includes Yoga at least once a week. Rachel says Baptiste Yoga opened Rachel up for what’s possible in her life and to stop trying to “control” everything. While Rachel's classes are known to be physically challenging, they are also a safe place to Be Free, to Be Vulnerable, and to Be Yourself. Rachel currently resides in Pembroke with her husband Matt and their two St. Bernard’s - Sheldon and Sydney. Besides fitness and yoga, Rachel enjoys riding her Harley, golfing, snowmobiling, or being at the lake with friends and family.
I started yoga mainly to stretch my body. I have always More...
I started yoga mainly to stretch my body. I have always been athletic, and after stopping gymnastics in high school I felt the need to maintain my flexibility. After years of practicing (and maturing) the true practice of yoga found me. After about 6 years of practice, in 2014, I decided I wanted to learn more so I enrolled in a local teaching training with one of my favorite teachers, Daniel Abbott (founder of Kala Pravinya Yoga). This training was unique because the instructor was the creator, and his style of yoga was uniquely his own. Because of this training, my teaching style speaks directly to the mind/body connection with an encouragement for liberation and freedom. While focusing on safe and proper alignment through my classes, I encourage my students to look within and do what feels best for them. Given this foundation; my classes are both inviting to beginners, yet challenging for the “advanced” yogi as I tend to use the body as a pathway to the mind through powerful flows and challenging poses. “You are so much stronger than you think!”
Yoga has been a steady part of my life since I took my More...
Yoga has been a steady part of my life since I took my first Bikram yoga class in February of 2000. The room was hot and humid, the teacher was confident and inspiring... I loved it. Being a runner and a poor sleeper, I found the yoga help me tremendously physically and mentally. I never imagined I could move my body in that way. I was never one to be able to sit still and meditate, but the moving meditation I practiced in a yoga class was exactly what I needed.After practicing regularly for 5 years, I went to Bikram yoga teacher training in 2005 in Los Angeles. I loved being immersed in the yoga bubble and being exposed to so many fantastic and inspirational teachers and students. I opened my own Bikram yoga studio in Concord, NH in 2008, soon after my first son was born. I loved the community in Concord and felt blessed to have my dream job. After 7 years ownership and 3 busy boys, I couldn’t find my work/family life balance and decided to sell the studio. I always loved the structure and consistency of Bikram yoga, but I found as my kids got a little older, I craved more creativity and variety in my yoga practice and teaching. I completed a 200 hour teacher training certification in May 2019 to teach other types of yoga. The training has opened so many doors into a world of yoga beyond just the postures. I love watching the students gain confidence and peace in class and I am energized every class I teach. In addition to yoga, I volunteer for CASA and love being in the outdoors, summer or winter (although, summer preferred!) I am working on summiting the 48 4,000 footer mountains in NH with my boys and find a lot of peace in the mountains!
Shana has a passion for wellbeing, and hopes that by sh More...
Shana has a passion for wellbeing, and hopes that by sharing her passion through her love of yoga and mindful movement, that she can inspire others to discover their own unique path to ultimate health: body, mind and soul. Shana practiced yoga for several years as one of her favorite ways to move. During a time in her life when she was under medical restriction to be physically active, she turned to yoga’s embrace through meditation and restorative yoga which she credits to getting her through. She later received her 200hr RYT from Sapna Young of Strength & Soul Yoga School. Shana is also a Reiki Practitioner, ACE Group Fitness Instructor and Barre Instructor. She enjoys creative yet effective class sequencing with attention to mindful movement and encourages her students to honor and respect where they are at in their individual practice, while having FUN!Shana resides in Bedford with her husband, Justin and Boston Terrier, Mia. She enjoys hiking, the summer, relaxing by the water with a good book and glass of wine!
Shauna originally turned to yoga purely for physical re More...
Shauna originally turned to yoga purely for physical reasons, however she learned quickly that there was a lot more to it than an increase in flexibility and strength. While those were obvious results from practicing yoga, the peace of mind and fresh perspective kept her coming back. After six years of practicing, in 2014 she enrolled in Boston Yoga Schools 200-Hour RYT program to learn more about the mind body connection and the clear benefit of that relationship. Under the tutelage of Ame Wren, Brenna Matthews and Joanna Benevides, Shauna learned the intricacies of thoughtful sequencing, alignment based asana and methods to increase both strength and flexibility. Shauna’s teaching style is challenging but accessible, it’s a special blend of creative physicality and mindful movement with a clear focus on alignment. She welcomes all levels and encourages a non-judgment atmosphere, both towards others and yourself.Shauna lives in Bedford with her husband Seth, son Conor and frenchie Reggie.
Ashley began practicing yoga casually, in her living ro More...
Ashley began practicing yoga casually, in her living room, about 10 years ago. It wasn’t until 2013, after a cross-country move, that she sought out her first studio class. Like many, what started as a way to exercise quickly became much more. Through movement and meditation she discovered herself. Needless to say, she was immediately hooked and dove deep into her personal practice on and off the mat. Less than a year after her first official class she started her 200 hour yoga teacher training. Yoga opened up a whole new world for Ashley. It connected her to a community; to life long friends. It reignited a new spiritual path; one that had gone dim for many years. It’s safe to say, yoga taught her to breathe... For Ashley, a life without yoga would be a life without breathing.
I come from a big family, from whom I learned to be pas More...
I come from a big family, from whom I learned to be passionate about all that life has to offer! I love to challenge my strength mentally, psychically, emotionally and spiritually. I started my yoga journey back in 2012 where I originally wanted to learn the physical benefits that can be gained from the focused breathing and controlled movements and eventually fell in love with the practice. I quickly realized that yoga was so much more than a way to workout. It taught me to focus on the flow of the breath, how to slow down, take time for myself, and enjoy being present.Yoga helped me connect my mind with my body and it became one of the most rewarding feelings in the world. So much so that I became a certified yoga instructor 200-HR in September of 2015. I want people to feel what it’s like to connect with themselves, be present, and teach the importance of taking time for themselves. For so long I thought in order to be happy i needed to look a certain way, workout a certain way, live a certain way.... Little did i know, those thought patterns completely clouded my judgement. i was spending tireless hours at the gym striving for a superficial acceptance of myself. And the worst part...i felt awful. it wasn’t until I started practicing yoga, when i truly started to understand it’s not about what i look like or what others think of me, it’s about how I FEEL. Yoga taught me how to breathe, how to slow down, and how to connect with myself. It has and continues to guide me on my journey to live my best life and be the best version of ME. My style is very diversified as I loves to cater to my students and have fun! I focus on a vinyasa flow style of yoga that includes power yoga, gentle yoga, and even pre-natal yoga. In the busy lives that we all live, it is crucial that we take time for ourselves and realize that we deserve to focus on our individual needs as well as those around us. Love is consciousness becoming aware of itselfNamaste
I am a woman in long term recovery from alcohol and dru More...
I am a woman in long term recovery from alcohol and drugs. Yoga was introduced to me at my first treatment center and I fell in love. For so long I was disconnected to my body and everyone else. Yoga not only gave me my connection with self, but taught me how we are all connected. I’m a firm believer the opposite of addiction is connection. I did my first yoga training in 2017 and received my Y12SR certification. Yoga and the 12 steps align so perfectly to me. Mind,body, and spirit is what full recovery looks like. I have since done two 200 hour yoga teacher trainings ( I love to learn) and,I have taken my Buti and Buti advance yoga certification. I continue to take workshops to grow my knowledge in every area of the yoga philosophy. My newest journey is sound bowl meditation I can not wait to share space with you my goal is to be at every class with an open heart and free spirit to connect to each and every person. Namaste