Zef Kambouris

QUOTE: When you can't sing.. Dance!- my mama


FIRST CLASS: My first class was at a local gym with my best friend. We giggled the whole time! I think the teachers name was Gabriella, she was really laid back and inspiring.


WHAT/WHO INSPIRES? Family, nature, traveling, music and art.


WHAT I LOVE ABOUT YOGA: The community that surrounds it. Especially at Metrowest. The people here are so beautiful inside and out. The trust and forgiveness that it has taught me. Mainly with myself. The deep connection between mind and body. I love the playfulness and exploration that comes with each practice. Yoga is true medicine.


WHAT I CANT LIVE WITHOUT? My tribe(family). Sunshine and pizza.


WHAT YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT ME: I'm originally from a tiny greek island.


BEST ADVICE: You're exactly where you are suppose to be. I love that little reminder.


FAVORITE BOOK:There are too many good ones. BUT! Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark! The illustrations are brilliantly creepy and I love them.


FAVORITE WORD: Laugh


LOCAL ESCAPE: Central rock gym and Ashland state park.


Favorite things to do: create art, people being my main canvas. I love to travel. Laughing until my abs hurt. Hearing my husband sing. Seeing live music. Being outside.


Zef Kambouris instructs the following:
  • Slow Flow (Mild Heat)
  • MYoga Slow Flow incorporates the same principles as MYoga Flow, with less postures than a regular Flow Yoga class — more emphasis on alignment, breath and the foundational tools of a yoga practice. We recommend 3 -6 classes before attending a regular Flow Yoga class. (Mild Heat)

  • MYoga Hot Hatha (Hot Heat)
  • This invigorating and mindful series that Shawn developed incorporates strengthening postures as well as emphasizing stillness and focus. Postures are held longer than our flow classes. The practice allows for students to work with their breath while developing strength and flexibility. Be prepared to transform your practice. Open to all levels. It will challenge the experienced student, but moves slow enough for a newer student.  (Hot Heat)