Yoga | Redding Gym

Yoga | Redding Gym

Meet our Newest Yoga Teacher

Tasha Price

Tasha has been in the health and fitness industry for 10 years, which has allowed her to see both the positive and negative impacts it can have on others. There are some secrets to success Tasha has learned on her personal journey as well as professional working with hundreds of clients, which she desires to share with others so they can finally feel empowered to change.

She loves to see others practicing the methods of exercise and nutrition that leave them thriving instead of burnout, confused, and frustrated. She uses her knowledge gained through formal education, research, and personal experience to equip others to discover the movements and foods that make their bodies feel alive.

Tasha has a Bachelor’s in Public Health and is an A.C.E. certified personal trainer, Fitness Nutritionist, and Mind/Body Specialist giving her a whole person approach when it comes to training.

You can expect variety, energy, and an emphasis on self-acceptance during a personal training session or group workout with Tasha, which will leave you feeling grounded and confident.

Tasha is passionate about what she does and is eager to work with clients of all backgrounds and fitness levels, so don’t hesitate set up an appointment that will lead to lasting results.

Join Tasha for her new program: Cross Flow Transformation Challenge, beginning May 16th

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especially for you from our yoga teachers…..

Mind and Body


Jamie ButtonJamie-“I believe yoga can show us what our bodies are capable of and what we can do to take care of our bodies. Yoga is a practice that allows for individual differences while building a community of acceptance and caring. This workout is all about breathing, moving, stretching, and smiling. Yoga Flow provides accessible yoga sequences while building strength and mindfulness. In class we share a practice that can help you care for your own body and its unique needs.”

Brooke PadillaBrooke – “Balance. Not as in balance poses, but balance for my life and fitness regimen. I am a very happily busy person with two jobs and two children. My other job and classes I teach are high energy. Yoga balances everything out. After a long busy day of thinking and doing, it is wonderful to end it just being. Being in a quiet, warm room with people who love yoga as much as I do. Practicing yoga completely balances my mind and body. When I practice yoga, I think of yoga. Not bills or what the next day holds, just being in that moment. The health benefit at that point is just as important as the benefit for my mind, but secondary. It’s my time to exhale.”

Tasha – “Our culture puts this pressure on us to be more, do more, and have more to finally arrive, which never happens.  While I love having vision and working my ass off to get there, I also don’t want to miss out on the beauty that is present now. Yoga has become a daily retreat for me to practice fully embracing and enjoying my body, movement, emotions, and current situation.  Yoga is my time to just be….and that is always enough.”


We want to share our love of yoga with you!

Check out our Group Fitness Schedule for all of our latest Yoga workouts!
Look for Specialty Yoga to enhance your practice in the “The Studio” at Sun Oaks…..



  1. Lee | April 17, 2015 at 10:39 am

    Thank you to each and every one of you girls! You have taught me all that you know about the healing powers of yoga and because of that I am blessed in being able to “Let IT Go” and “Just Being”.
    If it were not for Sun Oaks & the staff I would not have come thru the fire as calm as I am 🙂

  2. Carolyn Borg | August 28, 2016 at 5:45 pm

    I see the 3 yoga teachers, is there a description of the 3 yoga classes?

    • sunoaks | August 29, 2016 at 10:47 am

      Hi Carolyn! You can check out our Group Fitness Schedule to see the descriptions and times of our yoga classes.

  3. Cheryl | September 9, 2016 at 11:07 am

    Can you tell me the difference between yoga flow, bliss and fire.
    Thank you.

    • sunoaks | September 11, 2016 at 9:47 am

      Hello Cheryl! You can check out our Group Fitness Schedule to see the differences between the classes.


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