JoEllen Hockenbrough

JoEllen is the owner of Providence Power Yoga and RYT 500 yoga teacher. Her very first yoga class was a Baptiste Power Vinyasa class. The feeling she had after class was a mix of joy, relief and a little anxiety. But she had found her home. JoEllen’s background is in Baptiste Yoga, having completed over 200 hours at Baptiste Level I and Level II, and The Art of Assisting. In 2014, she completed Theresa Murphy’s 500 hour Advanced Teacher Training which emphasized the subtle body and therapeutic yoga. JoEllen has attended numerous workshops and continuing education series including a seven week Yinyasa series led by Theresa Murphy. JoEllen’s classes could be described as alignment based vinyasa, and her teaching style is skillful, encouraging and supportive.


JoEllen Hockenbrough instructs the following:
  • FREE! Yoga in the Park at India Point Park
  • Summer is a beautiful time to practice outdoors.  Join us at India Point Park for Sunrise Yoga.  We will meet at the dock by the sailing center.  Class is FREE.  First class begins June 9th and runs until August 14th. PLEASE BRING  YOUR OWN MAT.  We will post cancellations on our Providence Power Yoga Facebook Page any weather cancellations.

  • FREE! Yoga in the Park Rose Larisa
  • Our very popular yoga in the park class comes to East Providence to the Rose Larisa Park.  Please bring a yoga mat, towel, sunscreen & water.  This class is suitable for all levels.  

  • Yoga in the Park
  • Beginning our 3rd year of FREE Yoga in the Park at India Point Park in Providence and our second year as participants in the Providence Fitness in the Parks Program.
     
    YOU WILL NEED:  A mat - water - towel
     
    SATURDAY MORNINGS 8:00 AM
    Meeting on the dock near the community sailing center
     
    WEDNESDAY MORNING 6:30 AM
    Meeting on the dock in the center of the park bottom of the pedestrian walkway stairs.

  • $8 @ 8:00 - All Levels Heated Vinyasa (PPY)
  • $8 at 8:00 am!  All Levels Vinyasa taught by our PPY Teachers.  Some classes might be taught by newer teachers because...we all have to start somewhere and at one point in our lives we were all a beginner at something! Class is heated to 90 degrees.