Justin Randolph

An actor, singer, yoga teacher, and Reiki Master Practitioner and teacher; Justin's artistic and nurturing spirit not only helps him on the stage and in front of the camera, but also on the mat.   After years of practicing yoga, Justin wanted to find a way to give back and share the healing experience of yoga with others. Justin received his 200 hour Vinyasa training in NYC at Three Sisters Yoga, and is currently under scholarship for the 500 hour Vinyasa training with Three Sisters Yoga with a focus on "radical self care." Justin also is a certified Yin Yoga Teacher, has a 16 hour World Spine Care training in working with populations with chronic pain, spinal injuries, and immobility issues. Justin's passion is making yoga accessible to everyone, regardless of age and physical ability.   In Justin's class you will experience an alignment based practice, with a freedom to explore and make each posture your own. Passionate about service Justin has served as volunteer to incarcerated youth at Rikers Prison, and serves as yoga teacher yearly at Camp Erin; a bereavement camp for children and adults who have experienced a close loss.

Justin Randolph instructs the following:
  • Surya Hot Flow
  • Enjoy this Vinyasa  flow of breath and movement with attention to alignment. Variations offered for strong practitioners. Learn how to take your practice seriously, but yourself lightly.

  • Surya Hot Flow - Level 1
  • This class is a great introduction to Hot Vinyasa Flow. It's a great class for an introduction to Hot Yoga. Class includes basic forward and backward bending poses, twists, basic flows, lunges and basic inversions.


  • UNHEATED - Open Vinyasa Flow (60 mins)
  • Start or develop a safe and beneficial yoga practice. This traditional Vinyasa class explores basic to intermediate level yoga postures, alignment, and breathing techniques. No experience or flexibility requirement.

  • UNHEATED - Yin Flow
  • This is a slower approach to yoga, including 3-8 minute holds in poses supported by props. This is a grounding practice focusing on stretching the deeper connective tissues in the body to improve flexibility while also calming the central nervous system using long slow breaths. Yin yoga is recommended as a complement to any vinyasa practice or active lifestyle. Good for all levels,